Berwickshire residents are being encouraged to be part of a new age kurling club in Duns. It’s being formed with support from the Health and Social Care Partnership’s Community Capacity Building team and will meet in the Volunteer Hall on the first Wednesday of every month.
The club is taking place in conjunction with the monthly community lunch organised by A Heart for Duns. People are welcome to go for lunch at noon and stay longer, or just go along for a game of kurling, which will start at 12.30pm.
There is no charge for the kurling sessions but donations to the club are welcome. The Heart for Duns lunch is £5 per person.
Donations from the Barchester’s Charitable Foundation to the Duns & District Men’s Shed and Duns Community Council has enabled the club to purchase two kurling kits. They are also available for the local community to borrow for other events in exchange for a small donation.
For more information about the new club, e-mail David Phillip at firstname.lastname@example.org
New age kurling is also available every Wednesday in Coldingham Village Hall from 2pm (photo).