PHOTOS: Nairn groups step up their Kilt Walk fundraising
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Rotary Club of Nairn and the Nairn Citizens Advice joined forces to participate in the Kiltwalk 2021 and raised over £9,000 towards facilities to help local people access on-line to benefits and services.
Doug Maclean, Nairn Rotary spokesman said: "The target to be raised is £15,000 and Rotary and CAB are now well on their way.
"CAB are raising funds to create a much needed facility to help local people to access on-line services for essentials like benefits applications, advisory services, and local government.
"The facility will provide a resource in the form of a training and support room equipped with computers and help on-hand to provide access for people who don’t have it at home, and training for those who need it. Nairn Rotary Club were delighted to support this worthy project."
Kiltwalk 2021 was celebrated with a Stableford golf competition over the Nairn golf course with the best individual performances
from Innes Smith 36 points, Ian Bryce, 35 and Louise Clark, 34.
Three teams of walkers also stepped it out on a 10km course round the outskirts of Nairn and two further teams undertook a 5km walk and a scavenger hunt was organised for younger people.
The event ended with a lunch provided for everyone at Viewfield Park by local bakers Ashers.