A fun day out and a chance to update your wardrobe and help the environment by
Here's how it works:
- Arrive for 1pm with up to 5 new or gently used items: Clothes, bags, hats,
shoes, scarves and jewellery which you would like to swap.
- Have homemade soup and a roll in the hall. At 2pm move over to where the
items are laid out and choose up to 5 items.
- Try on and swap them as many times as you want until you are happy with your selection. Finally sit with your friends comparing the new additions to your wardrobe.
£10 per ticket, includes lunch. All proceeds go to Open Secret.
Ben Shee Loop Hill Walk in aid of Open Secret
Sunday 31st July
Challenge yourself this summer by trekking through Scottish landscape and raise vital funds for a local charity at the same time!
In the safe hands of the Stirling Rambling Club, participants will embark on their hill climb starting from Glensherup, travelling through the gorgeous landscape around Ben Shee and ending in Lower Glendevon. Those who want an additional challenge will also get the chance to climb the Ben Shee summit along the way! This is a beautiful walk on good tracks with a slow, gradual climb.
Participants will take on a 6-mile route taking approximately 4 hours to complete. Registration is free for all participants, and we ask that trekkers aim to raise £100 for Open Secret, which will provide four hours of free counselling to a survivor of childhood trauma.
Go on - get sponsored and give it a go!
Please register for the event using our online form, or by contacting our main office on 01324 630 100.
Date: Sunday 31st July 2016
Time: Registration from 9:45am, with the group leaving at 10:30am sharp.
The meeting point for participants will be at Glensherup Car Park at 10am. Full directions including a map will be sent out closer to the event date.
Open Secret has entered this year's Aviva Community Fund, and we need your votes to win!
Our entry into the Fund is for our West Lothian service. We've entered for funding fo £5,000, which will help us to train 10 volunteers in West Lothian to provide support for survivors.
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