We are excited to announce this year’s Summer Exhibition at Rhilochan School – a pictorial exhibition of one Rogart man’s experience as a Prisoner of War in Poland.
First Night ‘Craic & Cèilidh’
Morven Gabriel will be giving a fascinating insight into her Uncle Malkie (Malcolm Fraser of Garvoult) who served with The Seaforth Highlanders during WW2. Malkie was captured and held at Stalag XXA Prison Camp; his mother, Jessie Baillie Fraser kept all of the correspondence, photographs and newspaper clippings from this period.
Morven has spent the last few months sorting, cataloguing, annotating and copying this incredible collection.
Starts: 7:30 pm, Wednesday 1 August, at Rhilochan School.
As usual the talk will be followed by tea, raffle and a house cèilidh, so please bring your instruments to contribute to the evening.
The exhibition will be open from Wednesday 1 August until Friday 3 August from 11am until 4pm.
If anyone wishes to volunteer to staff the exhibition we will be able to open for longer hours.