A fun day dedicated to children at the Arran Heritage Museum lived up to its name by attracting a large amount of children of all ages to the family friendly event.
This annual island event is guaranteed to provide children with an afternoon of fun and games, while being entertained and educated at the same time.
For a number of years in the 60s and 70s there grew a feeling among some Arran folk, particularly those involved in the island’s Tourist Association, that the island merited and needed a museum to tell its history.
Tomorrow (Sunday) sees the sixth annual running of the Classic Motorcycle Show at the Arran Heritage Museum at Rosaburn in Brodick.
The annual craft day was second of its second special event days behind held, this year, as part of its 40th anniversary celebrations attracted a good crowd – with the sun even making an appearance.
Experts will demonstrate many crafts including spinning and weaving, quilting, embroidery, hand-sewing and darning, washday routines, butter making, and lots more throughout the afternoon.
The anniversary celebrations, on Sunday July 14, will give visitors and supporters the opportunity to learn more about the history of the museum and to have a look around the whole site.