Konnect Cafe event unites generations
There was plenty to keep people busy at the Konnect Cafe at Paisley’s Kilnside Road Evangelical Church.
The gathering invited people from the local community to take part in crafts sessions, and that included everyone aged from zero to 100.
Children got the chance to get creative with crafts, ranging from painting to making great creations with Hama beads, while older visitors took part in flower arranging.
And there was a chance for children to show they too could make great floral arrangements when the different generations met up.
The chu rch was delighted at the turnout from the community.
Liz Hawthorne, a children’s worker at the Kilnside Road, said: “There were hardly any church members there - it was mainly people who had been invited.
“Everyone was very busy working at six tables.
“It went very well.”
Flower girls Lorna Brown, Flo Dooley and Julie Tait
Happy faces both seven Charley Hendren and Amy Jackson,