Sunshine draws the crowds at church fete
The warm weather, bright sunshine and undoubtedly the smell of a barbecue ensured that the Corrie Church fete attracted a large number of visitors wishing to sample some of the many delights on offer.
The large expanse of garden at the Corrie and Sannox Village Hall was put to good use with an outdoor golfing challenge, a plant stall, a tombola and a generous amount of seating for people to sit and savour the homebaking and barbecue treats.
Indoors in the annex, further seating was filled to capacity with parched visitors enjoying tasty refreshments and watching the flow of patrons visiting the stalls.
Among them was a book stall, a silent auction, a large bric-a-brac stall and an Eco Savvy station selling re-purposed, second-hand and home-made items.
On offer too were holistic therapies from Brèagha Holistic Beauty and a jewellery stall which attracted a considerable amount of interest. All funds generated on the day will contribute to the church fund which meets running costs, building maintenance and upkeep expenses.
Elma Stevenson and Faye Reid did a brisk trade at the home baking stall.
Visitors make the most of the sunshine at the Corrie Church fete.
Bob Blair and Anne Pringle manned the popular barbecue selling burgers and sausages.
Sarah Blair and Jude King promoted environmental awareness at the Eco Savvy station
The tombola stall joined the plant stall outside in the village hall garden.