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PICTURE: Dingwall Gaelic Choir hits the right note with Elsie Normington Foundation as Haven Centre project gets welcome boost


By Hector MacKenzie

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Dingwall Gaelic Choir president Alison Matheson, flanked by conductor Ross Brindle and Gaelic tutor Mary Morrison, presented Mrs Elsie Normington with a cheque for £550 being the share of proceeds from the choir's recent variety concert supporting the building of The Haven Centre for young people with special needs, which is now under construction in Inverness.

It was made after the choir's performance at the Inverness Provincial Mòd last Saturday.

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The Haven Centre will be open to people from across the Highlands and is currently under construction in Smithton, Inverness.


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