Charity dinner raises £2500

Diners at the Kingarroch Inn enjoy their charity five-course dinner.
Diners at the Kingarroch Inn enjoy their charity five-course dinner.

A FUND-RAISING dinner and raffle held at the Kingarroch Inn in Craigrothie has raised over £2500.

The event was organised by co-owner Grant Hughes in aid of his close friend Greg Patience, who was recently diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.

Grant Hughes, co-owner of the Kingarroch Inn, Craigrothie.

Grant Hughes, co-owner of the Kingarroch Inn, Craigrothie.

Greg (32) can extend his life by undergoing expensive treatment in Germany.

Grant said: “The money will be going directly to Greg to help fund his treatment in Germany.

“His baby girl Rose was born last week, so we are all delighted for him — it gives him a further reason to fight hard.

“Greg would like to personally thank all of those involved in this successful night.”

Grant thanked everyone who contributed, including House Restaurants, Spoiled Hairdressing, AM Soccer, Rhubarb, the Dukes Golf Course, and all his suppliers who donated food and wine.