Christmas comes early for Brodick
The annual Save the Children Christmas fair attracted a large crowd to the Brodick Hall on Saturday morning which raised more than £1,500 for the charity.
The well-attended event saw the incredibly popular homebaking stall and the tombolla selling out within hours of opening, despite a huge array of prizes and a baking table extending almost half the length of the main hall.
Doing an equally brisk trade the hand-knitted items and crafts, which included knitted snowmen and hand-made Christmas cards, were popular. In addition to the jewellery and clothing stalls, the ever popular raffle ensured that there was a queue of people waiting to have a chance of winning one of the luxury hampers on offer.
At the same time a large group of Save the Children volunteers served the visitors tea and coffee with the entire seating area filled with those enjoying scones with cream and jam, homebaking and soup.
A packed Brodick Hall at the Save the Children Christmas fair.
A young man takes an interest in the raffle stall staffed by Margaret Auld and Vivinenne Haigh.
Busy behind the baking stall are Jean Robertson, Irene Rollo and Elizabeth McKellar.
Fiona Henderson with a selection of knitted snowmen.