A FUNDRAISING ceilidh turned out to be a smash hit at the weekend in Alloa with people dancing away into the night to support good causes.

The Rotary Club of Alloa organised the event on Friday, January 6, hosted at Dunmar House Hotel.

The club, which has been busy with various charitable activities, managed to raise the roof at the hotel with music provided by John Delaney's Band.

A great atmosphere was enjoyed by those attending with the Wee County once again showing it has a big heart, thanks to £1,100 raised on the night.

The club's Lindsey Spowage said: “It was a great fun night – with the floor packed for almost every dance.

“More than 100 attended and £1,100 was raised.

“The Dunmar House Hotel did us proud and the table snacks were particularly tasty.”

The funds will go to Rotary Charities with the club has been involved in a number of initiatives, both closer to home and further afield, in recent times.

Rotarians have been assisting Santa to visit Clackmannanshire, sponsored a class of autistic children to visit the National Museum of Scotland, collected unwanted specs to aid individuals in Africa and are working with fellow clubs from around Europe to take aid to Ukraine.

The club welcomes fresh members, find Rotary Club of Alloa on Facebook or express an interest via membership@alloa.rotary1010.org.