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Dunaverty Hall’s grand opening

NEARLY two decades after the plan was mooted, a new hall was formally opened at Southend.

Last Saturday, in front of a large crowd, summoned by pipers Eve MacMillan and Steven MacPhail, the ribbon was cut by long-standing hall committee member and one of the founders of Dunaverty Players Janet Ferguson, 82, and the primary school’s youngest pupil, Grace Irvine, five.

Malcolm Ronald presents committee treasurer Margaret McDowall with a bouquet of flowers. Mrs McDowall also celebrated her 65th birthday at the opening.
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