|Happy New Year from all of us here. Many of us saw-in the New Year at The Glen Bar's Hogmanay Party last night with Haggis and tatties served-up to keep the die-hards going.
It was great to see so many locals and visitors enjoying the party. Special thanks to Sue and Penny and all the staff.
The snow that was threatened for last week never materialised in the end although we did receive a fair amount of rain instead. From what the weather men say it looks as though Northern Ireland received our share.
The football club's Ceilidh dance went well on Thursday night. The weather was truly foul on the evening and kept some people away, which is only understandable. By contrast the following evening was much nicer. I don't know how much was raised but well done to the Club. We're looking forward to the next match.
The first day of 2006 dawned bright and sunny and so a family walk out to the Point was the order of business this morning. It seemed to be a popular idea as there were more people on the beach this morning than I've seen in a while, and a solitary seal keeping an eye on the goings-on from out in the Bay.