PEP Talk #6 is now available online. Read our report on the NEOS 3 and find out about the upcoming Race Night! Have you joined the PEP Talk email list? Download PEP Talk here.
If you’ve not joined the PEP 200 Club yet why not sign up today? There’s a very good chance of winning and you will be helping PEP make the Pitscurry gardens even better.
This month the lucky winners were as follows:
- £10 – Mrs Edith MacDonald
- £20 – Mr Neil Taylor
- £40 – Mrs Gerda MacDonald
The PEP Christmas Fair is happening on the 1st of December at the Pitscurry site. From 10am – 1pm you will be able to pop in for teas, coffees, hot chocolates and festive pancakes. There will be a wide selection of craft goods and handmade christmas cards for sale. So stop by on the Saturday for a hot drink and a bite to eat!
The Pitscurry Project produces a lot of craft items from recycled materials and, at the moment, our supplies are running low. If you have any of the following items at home filling up your cupboards, we’d be delighted to use them:
- Jam jars and lids
- Glass jars – all sizes
- Metal bottle tops
- Small metal utensils (for junk modelling)
- Tin can – all sizes
- Old vinyl records – singles especially
- Old jewellery
- Safety pins
- Paper back books
- Old slate
- Wax crayons
- Old candles
- Old cutlery
- Wooden spoons
- Gloss paint
- Spray paint
The recycled crafts will be for sale at our craft fair on December 1st, 10am-1pm.
PEP is having a Soup & Sweet at The Pitscurry Project site on Saturday, October 6th from 12 – 2pm. Why not drop by for lunch? And if you are not already a member of PEP you can join up and then join in with the AGM that will be held on the same day!