Mackinnon Centre summer fayre09/08/17
A SUMMER FAYRE to raise funds for service users at Dundee’s Mackinnon Centre takes place on Saturday (August 12).
Staff, families, carers and centre users will be on hand with the usual stalls and games to keep all ages amused.
Opening at 1pm the two hour event will feature face painting, a tombola, guess the elephant’s birthday and other attractions to raise money for the service users’ comfort fund.
The Mackinnon Centre is a skills centre for adults with physical disabilities or progressive illness and offers activities including sport, gardening, textiles, music, computing, art and cooking.
It also offers respite services for adults with physical disabilities or progressive illness.
Staff at the Mackinnon Centre encourage and promote the spirit of independence so that service users can regain confidence and self-esteem, while at the same time acquire the necessary skills, knowledge and acceptance to cope with a changed lifestyle.
The centre is at 491 Brook Street, Broughty Ferry.
Coronavirus UpdateDundee City Council is working closely with partners across the city to deal with the ongoing...
Update on Alcohol and Drug Services During PandemicThe Independent Chair of Dundee Alcohol and Drug Partnership commends how local services have...