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City music venue The Tooth and Claw is urging customers to go “sober in October” and help raise funds for Highlands-based mental health charity Mikeysline.

By Staff Reporter

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The Tooth and Claw.
The Tooth and Claw.

All this month the bar in Baron Taylor’s Street is promoting a range of alcohol-free drinks, to inspire customers and show that going sober does not have to be boring.

Twenty per cent of the revenue made from non-alcoholic sales throughout October will be donated to the charity.

Emily Stokes, chief executive of Mikeysline, said: “We are delighted that The Tooth and Claw have partnered up with Mikeysline to promote Sober October.

“Not only is this really important in terms of alcohol awareness and the impact it can have on both our physical and mental wellbeing, but also for the opportunity to promote the support that Mikeysline can offer to anyone struggling with their emotions or mental health.

“We are also extremely grateful for any funds raised throughout this month at the Tooth and Claw, which will enable us to continue building on the support options we can offer people of all ages throughout the Highlands.”

The Tooth and Claw is also running a raffle alongside the drinks promotion, with prizes including T-shirts, gig tickets and bottles of alcohol-free spirits.

Donations of any further prizes for the raffle would be very welcome.

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