The Christmas Party took place on Sat 3rd December and there was a good turn out as the roads were clear.

As I entered the Williamson Hall I was made welcome with a glass of sherry and shown to my table, during which there were so many friendly faces to smile to, all glad to be in this lovely decorated Christmas hall, which had an atmosphere in itself.

The Glen Bakery from Fife laid on the most enjoyable homemade soup (piping hot), main course and the delicious warm apple and ice cream was just a delight. Coffee and cake finished off this memorable meal.

Then what followed was just a treat. The local talent took over when James and Cameron Rodgers entertained us with the pipes and drums. They certainly have a future in the music world. Laura Kemp from Bridge of Earn sang and played the violin, just wonderful. Then the large raffle was drawn, what a lovely atmosphere and the compere Ian Bett kept things going with his jokes. To finish the evening we were entertained by the Civil Folk, a group which certainly had our feet tapping and hands clapping, and a good laugh at their humorous songs.

A great evening in all and I would like to say a big thank you to the committee for their hard work which was certainly appreciated by each person in the hall. Thank you very much

Best Wishes for the New Year.

Lillias Johnston