Dancers were treated to a Celtic night to raise money for the Aldingbourne Trust.
A packed hall joined in the fun at the latest Reel Tartan event at Eastergate Village Hall to help the charity and its work with adults with learning difficulties.
Several members of its community joined the event. The result of the night of revelry was a £180 cheque which the organiser, Polly Meynell, handed over to the trust last week.
She stages the event each year to help a charity in the area – and she chose the trust for 2019.
“It was a wonderful evening of live music, dance and fantastic food,” she said.
“All guests came wearing tartans and were treated to a feast of Celtic-themed foods from all around the British Isles courtesy of Mark Dunne – Chefs on the Move.
“The Causeway Celidh band, a local band from Midhurst, played to a packed hall.
“By the end of the evening, they were calling some of their most challenging routines which, to their delight, were enthusiastically and expertly followed.”
Aldingbourne Country Centre
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