George Finnie Memorial Darts Day raises funds

George Finnie Memorial Darts Day raises thousands for two local good causes.
George Finnie Memorial Darts Day raises thousands for two local good causes.

The George Finnie Memorial Darts Day has raised thousands of pounds for two local causes recently.

The event, which is organised by the family of the late George Finnie, has raised thousands for a number of good causes over the years.

Since it began, the annual darts event has raised funds for Saltoun Surgery, FISSH and a number of different clinics.

This year, money was being raised for St Andrews School Autism Department and the Broch Amateur Swimming Club.

Organisers Georgia, Michelle and Krystle would like to thank all the darts players, partners and friends for making the event such a success.

Also a very big thank you to all the darts sponsors, all the local businesses who donated items for raffles, and to Colin Finnie for compering the event.

Thanks also to Killer Heels for providing the evening entertainment free of charge and to Fraserburgh Leisure Centre for providing the venue.

The organisers would also like to thank all those who helped behind the scenes before the event.

The total raised for the two good causes, to be split evenly between them, was £2,273.44.

The George Finnie Memorial Darts Day has raised between £13,000 and £14,000 has been raised over the last 10 years.