With the temperature dropping to minus 2 degrees on Saturday morning, the Rotary Pop-Up Café, with its range of three hearty homemade soups, an array of sandwiches and delicious home baking pulled in nearly 150 people to the D-Mac Hall on Saturday 27 October.  The Club’s final Pop-Up café event of the season certainly hit the spot with locals, with a steady stream of visitors all day giving a good return for the crafters.  Club President Iain Johnston said he was pleased with the turnout and added “Just after 12.30 pm there wasn’t an empty table in the hall. We entertained people who had travelled in from Invergarry and Mallaig, as well as a number of tourists passing through the town”.
Iain continued “We raised over £300 for the Club’s charity budget and we are now heading for our principal event of the year – The Christmas Festival in the Nevis Centre on Saturday 24 November. Thanks again to my hard working Rotary colleagues and the ever-generous Lochaber public”