Peterhead Rotarians are hoping for a full house for their annual Harvest Home concert which takes place this weekend.
The concert will be held at the town’s Palace Hotel on Sunday, October 16 and will feature Scottish accordion champion Wayne Robertson and his wife Claire Telford.
This year’s compere will be Eddie Rose and it’s sure to be a fantastic evening.
Wayne Robertson started playing the accordion at the age of seven and won the Scottish Junior Championship for the first time in 1986 at the age of 12. He successfully defended his title on three occasions.
His first television appearance was in the A Touch of Music in 1987, and he first appeared on the popular Take the Floor programme on BBC radio with his own band at the age of 19 in 1993 and has broadcasted almost every year since.
Tickets are still available for the concert but are selling fast.
They are available, priced £14, which includes supper, from the Palace Hotel on Prince Street, Robert Emslie jeweller on Queen Street or Rotarians Duncan Forbes and Neil Godsman.
Doors open at 6.30pm.