Village shop raises money for Macmillan Cancer Support

Lynda Waite (village shop) and Neil Douglas (Rickerbys)
Lynda Waite (village shop) and Neil Douglas (Rickerbys)

Cornhill Village Shop and Coffee Shop are very grateful to Johnny Martin from Whitehillfoot Farm, Kelso, for kindly donating a Limited Edition (24/100) model Claas tractor and baler for fundraising towards Macmillan Cancer Support.

This is the second time that Mr Martin has done this, the first time being a Limited Edition model combine which raised over £500 for this worthwhile charity.

The draw will be made on Easter Sunday and as well as the tractor and baler, Cornhill Shop will include a voucher for two for Afternoon Tea in their Coffee Shop and Rickerbys Ltd (Cornhill) have also donated a Claas boilersuit.

Tickets are on sale in the shop as well as at Rickerbys and are priced at £1 with all monies raised going to Macmillan.