Kintrye Link Club’s pop-up café

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A one-day pop-up café for Mental Health Awareness Week was so popular it was extended to seven days.

Kintrye Link Club (KLC) welcomed health professionals and members of the public for a cuppa and some delicious home baking  at the community centre café.

In addition, KLC members showed visitors round its premises, explained the vital service offered and spoke about the wide range of mental health problems.

A KLC spokesperson said: ‘The club would like to give a special thanks to Hugh and Rhonda from the Tin Roof, Frances and Ian from Muneroy Tea Rooms, Alan from Newgrove, McIvors and Coastal Design for their generous donations and to all the club members involved in this great event. A total of £227.44 was raised for the club’s funds’

KLC is happy to welcome new members or visitors and is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm in the Community Education Centre.