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Covid outbreak sees change in plans for Kinlochshiel Shinty Club's Dornie Hall dinner dance as directors decide on closed door event


By Hector MacKenzie

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A COVID-19 outbreak in the local area has prompted a change in plans for a Ross-shire shinty club's dinner dance plans for this weekend.

Camanachd Cup-winning Kinlochshiel Shinty Club is celebrating a great season with a dinner dance at Dornie Hall on Saturday evening.

It had been advertising at-the-door tickets for the dance having previously set a deadline for dinner orders of last weekend.

However in an update, the club says directors agreed at a meeting last night that "due to the recent Covid outbreak in the area", the dinner dance will be a closed door event.

Only those who have purchased tickets to attend both dinner and dance will now be allowed entry to the hall.

The club posted: "With this in mind, we ask that all those who have purchased tickets, check they are Covid-negative by taking a lateral flow test before attending.

"We are sorry for any disappointment this may cause."

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