ROTARY CLUB LAUNCHES POP-UP CAFÉ IN FORT WILLIAM
With good support from both locals and visitors, the Lochaber Rotary Club opened the first of its three Saturday pop-up café events on the 14th of July.
The pop-up café, which is situated in the hall at the Duncansburgh MacIntosh Church on the Parade Green, will be open again on 22nd September and 27th October when, once again, tea/coffee and cake/traybake will be available from 11 am till 3 pm, with soup and sandwiches being served from 12 till 2 pm.
All the dishes are homemade, with a range of amply filled sandwiches, a choice of three soups and an array of cakes and traybakes. Apart from the cost of renting the hall, the Club has no other overheads. All the income goes to worthy charitable causes.
Club President Iain Johnston said “While we were delighted with the public support we could have comfortably welcomed more. We entertained around 60 people in the café. It was a fantastic atmosphere and a great time was had by all.” Iain added, “Thanks also to my Rotary colleagues for all their hard work and to Sheila Sutton, widow of the late Past-President Mick Sutton, for her support”.
Photo – The Rotary “Pop-Up” Team who made the event a great success… Missing are Mike MacGruer and Terry Lee.