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There will be no summer ceilidhs this year to help boost the funds of Brodick Improvements Committee.
The ceilidhs, held weekly in Brodick hall over the summer, are always popular with visitors but the committee has decided they would be impractical to hold this year.
There is still an outside chance the fundraising beach barbecue could still go ahead in August, depending on how far social distancing restrictions have been eased by then.
Meanwhile islanders, and those elsewhere, can still support the work of Brodick Improvements Committee by joining the 200 Club. It costs just £20 a year and one lucky member wins £50 each month. The 200 Club winner for May is Mary Bucks of Lee-on-the Solent, Hampshire.
Anyone interested in joining should email email@example.com
The committee is also one of the nominated charities for the Co-op community fund this year and residents can sign up to support them on the Co-op website.