Please take a look at this poster for a Referendum Debate in Ceres Memorial Hall on Thursday 14th August .
This is the BIGGEST decision that you are going to make in your lifetime about the future of our country.
Your opportunity to listen to both sides of the debate to help you make up your mind on which way to vote on Thursday 18thSeptember
Hope to see you there,
You are cordially invited to attend the Ceres Highland Games wash-up meeting onThursday 17th July at 19:30 in the Memorial Hall. We will be reviewing the recent 700th Games in order to learn from them.
This weekend, a dedicated bunch of people from the village have walked from Bannockburn to Ceres in the footsteps of the men who fought in 1314. They are being sponsored to fund a defibrillator for the village.
To welcome them home there will be a family barbecue at the Ceres Inn, with face painting, fun and the first chance to get your hands on the new commemorative gifts.
See you there!
There really is something for everyone in Games week, starting with the fantastic Car Treasure Hunt suitable for everyone, and ending with refreshments and prizes in the Memorial Hall.
A new event for this year is the Family Bingo - all ages welcome and Eyes Down for a Full House.
The ever-popular raft race on Thursday is sure to be fun. Children - make your own little raft and then watch as it sails down the Ceres Burn.
...and there's lots more!! come and be part of this historic occasion as we celebrate 700 years of the Ceres Highland Games.
The Community Council is planning to purchase two defibrillators for the district. We need volunteers to help with fund-raising for this vital piece of equipment, and volunteers to be trained how to use it.
Defibrillators save lives. Around 60,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the UK every year. When someone goes into cardiac arrest, every minute without CPR and defibrillation reduces their chances of survival by 10%. A defibrillator is a machine that delivers an electric shock to the heart when someone is having a cardiac arrest and can help save a life.
If you can volunteer to help with fund-raising, or to be trained how to use the defibrillator, please get in touch with David Beveridge at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave your name and contact details in my box in the Spar.
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