Saturday evening saw the Douglas Arms in Methilhill once again packed with locals looking to hear some good music - and raise lots of cash at the
The second Tam Dignan Memorial evening, organised by his brother Graeme, was a resounding success, and it might even become a firm fixture on the Dignan family calendar.
With bands such as Root System, The Dreggs and Psycho Therapy taking to the stage, revellers were treated to an evening of brilliant entertainment, all in memory of local man Tam Dignan - a huge punk music fan - who passed away in 2013.
Reflecting on the night, Graeme said it had been “great”, and the whole event had raised a fantastic £1240 for local charity Austism Rocks, with even more donations still to come in.
Graeme said: “It was a great night and a fantastic effort by everyone involved. I’d like to say a big thanks to Brillo and Big Nell, all of the bands and all of their supporters who came out on the night.”