Saturday 24th March in the Gairloch Community Hall

  • UPDATE S1 Pupils have decided that 50% of the money made at this sale will go to Comic Relief.

Gairloch High School first year pupils present:

  • Stalls and competitions
  • Guess the weight of the Cloutie Dumpling
  • Face Painting
  • Pancakes

As usual our parents and supporters have been incredibly generous and we have wonderful Raffle Prizes including:

  • Gordon Harrison photograph-framed
  • Complimentary Ticket to Landmark for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Dinner and drinks up to the value of £100 at the Steading Restaurant
  • Free days guiding or introductory rock climbing for two with Jim Sutherland
  • Driving Lesson Voucher-courtesy of K.Tallach
  • Rangers souvenir pack
  • Belgian Chocolates/Easter egg-courtesy of Strath Stores
  • Punnet of squat lobsters-courtesy of Ian McWhinney
  • Dinner for 2 at Poolewe Hotel
  • Dinner for 2 at Aultbea Hotel
  • Dinner for 2 at Kinlochewe Hotel
  • Peat- courtesy of Allan Kirk
  • Myrtle Bank-£25 voucher + bottle of wine
  • Steve Carter-Landscape photograph.
  • Family Wildlife Cruise courtesy of Sam & Ian French.
  • 2 complimentary tickets for the Screen Machine Take 2-courtesy of Highland & Islands Arts
  • Meal for 2- courtesy of the Drumchork Lodge Hotel.
  • Dinner for 2 at the Claymore restaurant, Dundonnel Hotel
  • Meal for 2 at the Broomberg Bar, Dundonnel Hotel
  • 2 complimentary tickets for the Screen Machine
  • Pony Trekking voucher, courtesy of Danielle
  • Bottle of House of Commons Whisky- Charles Kennedy
  • Two Course meal at the Millcroft Hotel
  • Gift box from Aromasciences
  • Landscape photo by Steve Carter
  • Family wildlife cruise courtesy of Gairloch Marine Life Centre
  • Voucher for 2 adults and 2 children for Landmark
  • Lunch for 4 at Gairloch Golf Club
  • Dinner for 2 at Kinlochewe Hotel
  • D.V.D. player from Chemistore
  • Dinner for 2 + wine at the Melvaig Inn

And MORE on the day!

Doors open 10 am sharp so no need for overnight queuing!

We would welcome any or all of the following donations: baking, books, CDs etc, bric-a-brac, plants, electrical items in good working order, toys, clothes in good condition, jewellery, bottles and raffle prizes. We can auction anything within reason (antiques a speciality!)

Items for the sale can be:

  • handed to any member of the school
  • delivered direct to the community hall on Friday 23rd, March between 3.30 and 6pm
  • collected – call the office on 712275 and leave your details

Profits from the sale will be split, half towards the S1 residential week at Nethybridge in May and half to a charity chosen by S1 – this year Comic Relief.

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