Following on from the successes of previous years, artwork from nursery to P7 and the art & design department from Biggar High will be displayed in shop windows during the festival. The theme this year is Bees, an area close to our identity as a school community and one of environmental concern for us as an ECO school...
A small but long established group of Hobby Artist's, using a range of mediums and subjects to find their own artistic style.
Most of the work on display will be for sale, either mounted or framed, and at affordable prices.
Do come and visit our exhibition and see what we do!..
This is an all-day great family occassion, with all the fun of the fair! Enjoy the Food & Craft Fair with afternoon teas, and find a welcome in shops, bars and restaurants. Visit the Gasworks Museum and get a tour from a Victorian guide. Take a break and rest your feet at the free Open Mike Concert. For children, there is a wide range of events from Puppet Shows to the popular Story Trail. Look out for our Free Street Entertainment for all the family to enjoy!..
We are a hard-working Scottish folk group, and are now pretty well established on the Edinburgh music scene, and beyond!
“The Drouth” as we are affectionately called, play Celtic music with blood curdling aggression and attitude, or soulful melodic expression, and everything in between. Humour and audience participation are key to our performances.
Following the release of our first album, ‘Battle tunes and Ballads’ we are looking forward to expanding our musical footprint and enjoying the journey, With You!
Drouthy Neebors on 07706964210 email: email@example.com
Fine foods, arts, crafts, jewellery and much more are to be found at the Fairs in both the Municipal Hall and St Mary's Hall providing a superb shopping experience and a chance to sample local handicraft and quality produce. We will also be serving teas, coffees and scrumptious home baking in St Mary's Hall.
Please note there may be a small charge for some events.