FRESH from singing for the Duchess of Cornwall in Edinburgh, Kim Adam has performed at a concert a little closer to home.
Kim, who owns Feufield Farm, near Biggar, took the stage at the Biggar Corn Exchange to sing along with Scottish singer-songwriter Moira Kerr, talented pupils from Biggar High School and the South Lanarkshire Rural Choir.
The concert was a huge success and raised £640 for the Feufield Trust which helps look after a variety of different animals as well as educating people on animal welfare.
Kim said: “I am absolutely delighted with the way the concert went. It was such a huge achievement to raise that kind of money.
“The Corn Exchange was packed and it was a really good atmosphere throughout. The Biggar High boys and girls were brilliant as was the choir.
“It was such a joy being able to get up on stage and sing with Moira as well as she such a talented person.”
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