A toast to Rabbie at the Westerwood Hotel
Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland (SBH Scotland) hosted its annual Community Burns Supper and Ceilidh Disco at The Westerwood Hotel, Cumbernauld.
Now in its fifth year, the event provided the perfect setting to celebrate the Scottish legend Robert Burns while raising funds for the only spina bifida and hydrocephalus specialist charity in Scotland.
SBH Scotland, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, offers support to over 3,500 children, young people, adults, their family members and carers every year across the country.
Around 150 supporters, service users, friends and family attended the fun-filled event and through ticket sales, a charity auction and raffle, the organisation raised over £6,000. The evening was hosted by entrepreneur David Sibbald and saw performances from Glasgow ceilidh band Calm Doon while guests enjoyed three courses of traditional Scottish fayre.
The Westerwood is the ideal spot for community events with its close proximity to the M80, meaning guests traveling from Glasgow and Stirling can get from door to venue in just 15 minutes.
The Carrick Suite can host up to 300 guests for a dinner dance, but can also be rearranged into a theatre style which can sit up to 400. The countryside surroundings add to any event providing a calming and picturesque setting.
Charities also benefit from a fundraising package, which includes drinks upon arrival, entertainment and a complimentary raffle prize.
More information on the conference and event facilities at The Westerwood Hotel & Resort can be found on the Venues page of our website.