DOWN­POUR CAN’T RUIN ALL THE FUN

The Galloway News - - LOCHFOOT GALA -

A change of venue didn’t re­sult in a damp­en­ing of spir­its at Lochfoot Gala on Satur­day.

Heavy rain meant the fes­tiv­i­ties were moved to the vil­lage hall, in­clud­ing the crown­ing of this year’s Queen Etain Bell.

That was fol­lowed by a chil­dren’s craft show and races and games for the young­sters.

Dum­fries and Gal­loway Blood Bikes came along as did a Body Shop seller and there was also face paint­ing and the Moo Bar, complete with a spe­cially made Lochfoot cock­tail.

Dum­fries Mo­bile Fish and Chip van were the cater­ers with re­fresh­ments from Gail’s tea­room and the day fin­ished with Road Run­ner Chil­dren’s En­ter­tainer and a per­for­mance from two-piece band Fair­far­ren.

Royal ap­proval Queen Etain Bell with at­ten­dants Char­lotte Hast­ings and So­phie Mitchell with Euan Green, the her­ald, and last year’s queen, Ni­amh Lit­tle

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