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Brodick Hall is to be another regular venue for hosting crafters and the inaugural monthly craft fair last Saturday saw more than 25 exhibitors displaying their talents and wares.
Organised by Stephen and Katharine Sparshott, well known faces at the monthly craft fair in Whiting Bay and at most events throughout the island, the Brodick Craft Fair was a resounding success with a steady stream of visitors throughout the day.
Showing a diverse amount of creative talent the crafts on display ranged from jewellery to handmade cards and home decor to stained glass, original artworks, photography and children’s books, and much more besides.
The Brodick Hall Craft Fair will be a monthly event between March and October, taking place on the last Saturday of the month. There will also be an additional Christmas market which will take place on Saturday December 15.
More than 25 exhibitors set up stalls at the inaugural Brodick Craft Fair. 01_B40craft01
Janie Moor and Priscilla Helie were the faces of natural therapies, health and beauty treatments and provided advice on Juice Plus products. 01_B40craft02
Sophie Littlewood of Déercor paints a picture of a stag at her deer themed home decor stall. 01_B40craft04
Organisers Stephen and Katharine Sparshott pictured at their Katsock Crafts stall. 01_B40craft05
Popular products with Arran themes, Karen Bell of Karebell Designs and Ailsa Lawson 01_B40craft06