Gowrie Care’s Dundee disco proves to be a big hit
Over 250 Gowrie Care service users and staff got into the festive spirit last week when they attended the charity’s annual winter disco at Dundee’s Apex Hotel.
The partygoers enjoyed a boogie on the dancefloor and were treated to a tasty buffet supper, a free raffle and music supplied by Robert the DJ. Santa Claus and his two trusty elves also made a special appearance and handed out gifts.
Gowrie’s managing director, Joy Dunlop, said: “The Gowrie disco is the highlight of the social calendar for a lot of the people we support.
“Every year the event just gets bigger and better, and it’s wonderful to see everyone enjoying the festivities on the night.
“Providing social opportunities is just as important as our day-to-day services, and the disco is a chance for people to catch up with old friends and make some new ones.”
Gowrie Care supports people who have physical and learning disabilities, mental health issues, autism, addictions and people who have experienced or at risk of homelessness.