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Charity event planned to mark 30th anniversary of Caithness Livestock Centre

By John Davidson

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Caithness Livestock Centre at Quoybrae.
Caithness Livestock Centre at Quoybrae.

Caithness staff at a local livestock centre will celebrate their 30th anniversary with a charity barbecue and dance.

ANM Group says its team will mark 30 years of Caithness Livestock Centre at Quoybrae and 150 years of the group with the event on August 20.

The celebration at the centre will include a barbecue from 6pm, charity auction from 8pm and a dance with live music from 9pm, with all proceeds from the event going to two local charities.

Listening Ear and Caithness Palliative Care Fund will benefit from the proceeds of the event, with all the money raised kept in the local area.

Alan Hutcheon, director of ANM Group, said: “Caithness Livestock Centre for the last 30 years has been well established as the centre of the community and we are delighted to be celebrating this momentous anniversary year with the help of our staff, members and customers.”

Tickets cost £25 and will be available to purchase from the Caithness Livestock Centre office or by contacting Andrew Gunn on 07961 566742 or Gemma Duguid on 07393 147154.

Other fundraising activities as part of ANM Group’s 150th anniversary fundraising drive includes a PRO Series PS 18 23 H trailer, worth over £32,000, donated by Stewart Trailers to be raffled off to raise money for the group’s chosen charities.

ANM Group representatives will also be attending the Caithness Show on July 16 and tickets for the barbecue event and trailer raffle will be available to purchase there.

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