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Resolis Memorial Hall to host plant sale on Saturday to help grow maintenance fund of Black Isle hub


By Hector MacKenzie

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Resolis Memorial Hall reopened back in July after a long period closed due to the pandemic. Picture: James Mackenzie
Resolis Memorial Hall reopened back in July after a long period closed due to the pandemic. Picture: James Mackenzie

A plant sale is being held at Resolis Memorial Hall on Saturday to raise funds for village hall maintenance.

The September 18 event will run from 2pm to 4pm and include perennial plants and shrubs.

The hall committee has worked to complete some essential refurbishment in the hall during the past year and has carried out a lot of improvements outdoors.

The community orchard has been cleared of weeds and regularly mown and the woodland paths have been maintained.

Many local people have taken advantage of the outdoor spaces and are using the woodland paths, the field, hard court and children's playground to exercise and breathe in some fresh air.

In July the community hub was reopened after a long period due to the coronavirus crisis.

Plants were also sold when the hall was reopened earlier this year. Picture: James Mackenzie
Plants were also sold when the hall was reopened earlier this year. Picture: James Mackenzie

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