Craigforth’s Got Talent
Prudential and Capita both based on the Craigforth site just a couple of miles from Camphill Blair Drummond, recently held a “Craigforth’s Got Talent” night to raise money for our Appeal and children’s charity Aberlour.
The event took place on Friday 25th May with over 15 staff taking part and showcasing their talents. It was a super night, with singers on their own with backing music, people singing and playing the guitar, a talented juggler and various other bands/singers/guitar players which were all very entertaining.
The night was a great success with over 300 people coming along to watch the talent show and see if they could spot a star in the making with lots of fantastic prizes including a BMW convertible for one lucky winner who went away very happy!
The event raised £4,000 to be split between Camphill Blair Drummond Appeal and Aberlour. Sheena Muir, charity coordinator at Prudential said “The night was a lot of fun and a good laugh. We are very pleased to have raised £2,000 for the Camphill Blair Drummond Appeal.”
It can be rewarding, fun and sociable to hold a fundraiser at your workplace, and there are lots of different ways that you can get your company involved in the Appeal.
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