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Members of St Margaret’s Church came together to mark the start of the festive season with a coffee afternoon and Christmas fair.
See more photos from community events around Mid Argyll in the Advertiser, November 29 2013, which is also available on line at www.argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk/digital
Inveraray Church Hall was awash with colour as people came together to share their hobbies, interests and craft-making talents. Continue reading It’s all ‘hands on’ in Inveraray
Pic/Cap: Mary Semple of Ormsary helped organise the Easter craft fair, while her feathered friend acted as a colourful greeter at the hall entrance. 08_a15ormsary01
AN EASTER craft fair took place at Ormsary Village Hall with something for everyone to enjoy. Continue reading Crafty Easter at Ormsary
ORMSARY Primary School played host to the entire community on Saturday as it hosted a craft and produce fayre.
The youngsters demonstrated their abilities at arts and crafts as they sold hair clips and brooches made from felt at their own stall in the craft room.
For more see this week’s Argyllshire Advertiser, October 7 2011 or on line at www.argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk/digital