Lins Honeyman - Concert for Harbour Counselling

Lins Honeyman - Concert for Harbour Counselling

23rd NOVEMBER 2019

19.00PM - 10.00AM

St Matthew's Church

Tay Street
Perth and Kinross
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Lins Honeyman - Concert for Harbour Counselling

Join Perthshire singer/songwriter and performer Lins Honeyman as he and his band perform their own brand of blues, soul and folk in aid of Harbour Counselling Service.

Lins and special guest Morna Strachan will be joined by local musicians Les Dalziel, Andy McCully, Jon Assheton, Alistair Hamilton and Morag Dalton in the intimate and atmospheric venue of St Matthew’s Church in Perth.

Harbour Counselling Service is a small independent charity based in Perth offering free counselling for a wide variety of issues including anxiety, depression, stress, relationships, drug and alcohol misuse or financial difficulties. Supported by grant funding and donations, all counsellors, admin help and trustees are volunteers, with the support of one part-time member of staff. Harbour also helps to train students on placement from universities and counselling centres across Scotland, under the supervision of a fully qualified practitioner.

This special fundraising event is aimed at supporting the continuing work of Harbour and its objectives: improving the mental health of those in Perth and the surrounding area by providing a professional counselling service that is free and open to all.

Doors at 7.00pm for 7.30 pm start.

Tickets are £10 each and are available online or by calling 01738636253.

Proceeds from the evening in aid of Harbour Counselling Service.

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