NEWTONHILL will be the place to be this weekend, when the Bettridge Centre in the village throws a party to celebrate 10 years since it was opened in its current form - and the whole village is invited!
A spokesperson for the event said: “Ten years ago, an extraordinary amount of hard work by the residents of Newtonhill culminated in the grand opening of the Bettridge Centre and, to mark the occasion, we would like as many of the village as possible to come and help us celebrate.”
The milestone birthday celebrations will kick off at 7.30pm on Saturday, March 2, and there will be a local focus as all of the entertainment is provided by local talent.
With productions from KidzAct, Scarlett Randle and Owen McAllister, Centre Stage and Aberdeen’s Top Ceilidh Band - Newtonhill’s very own Galik Bread - it’s bound to be a fantastic night for people of all ages.
Tickets cost £5 for adults and £2 for children (BYOB) and are available from the Bettridge Centre in person or by telephone ()1569) 731320 or by contacting the Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org
Doors open at 7pm and the evening will draw to a close around 11.30pm.
Raffle tickets will be on sale throughout the night.