Poppy Collection 2018

 The Poppy Collection for Langholm Area which includes Ewes raised £2,434.86 for Poppy Scotland in 2018. Massive thank you to everyone who kindly donated. A huge thank-you to our grand Group of Door-to-Door Collectors, old & new faces and to the Businesses/ Clubs/Groups/Hospital/Doctors/Pubs & everyone who made this total possible including all who helped at the Countfest. Also to Joyce at RBS, Gretna for checking our total. We are grateful to the Coop & the Farmers Market for allowing us to have a Stall on their premises & the Kirk for their retiring Collection on Armistice Day Service, commemorating the 100 years since the end of WW1. 'Lest we Forget' Thank you. 🌺

Great Piano Push - 26 August 18

Langholm Social Club were happy to support Henry Jeffrey in his fundraising for the kirk organ

Grand Piano Push - 26 Aug 2018 Part 2

What We Did in 2018

Nicky Henderson entertains

16th March - In Langholm Parish Church, a joint concert for the Social club and the Church. Various local and international......(ok, from Hawick), artistes singing and the Pipe Band and Junior Toon Band.  Compere for the evening was Billy Young

Day Centre support

In November the Langholm day centre closed for some major refurbishment. During this time they will temporarily relocated to the Social Club. This support ensured that the day centre regulars still had a place to go that's easy to reach and fully accessible. In March they moved back into their newly refurbished home but not before thanking the club for their hospitality during this time. They made a generous donation of £3000 towards any additional costs that may have been incurred.

What we did in 2017

The kids pose with Santa

Donations:

April 2017 - Langholm Youth Rugby Trust, Langholm Young Riders.

Jun 2017 - Amy's Journey.

Events:

June 2017 - Pensioners Party

28 October - Halloween Family Fun Day

12 November - Armistice Parade

10 December - Kids XMas Party

 

We have also donated the use of the hall for a number of local groups including Langholm Action Project, Castlecraigs and the local church.