BIG-hearted fundraisers handed a major cash boost to an army charity.
James Gregory, grand superintendent of the Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Renfrewshire, presented a cheque for £2,670 to representatives of the Army Benevolent Fund.
The charity looks after current and past army personnel and also bereaved families.
Major Roy Robertson and Lieutenant Colonel Guy Moncur were the chief guests at the charity bash, which was held at the masonic halls in Collier Street, Johnstone.
The evening was organised by Mr Gregory (and his family) and Bruce Stuart, who supplied a ‘platoon’ of young soldiers to provide a ‘waiter’ service to guests.
There were a staggering 100 raffle prizes on offer, and everyone in attendance went home with a packed goodie bag.
A delighted Mr Gregory told the Paisley Daily Express: “It was an excellent night and everyone I spoke to said they’d had a ball.
“The event raised the magnificent sum of £2,670, and I would just like to thank all those who donated cash, and raffle prizes, as well as the young soldiers who gave up their time. Everyone played their part in making the night such a big success.”