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It's a Wrap!

We hope you have enjoyed the Festival this year, and it has brought some colour to Biggar during Covid-19.

Thank you to all the Artist's and Crafters that took part with their wonderful artwork and gifts. Thank you to all the local school children and shops for the Bee Street Art Exhibition. Thank you to our Gin collaborators - Biggar Gin, Pentlands Hill Gin, McLean's Gin & The Wee Farm Distillery.

Thank you to everybody that supported the Raffle, look out for an email if you happen to be one of the lucky winners! We will make the announcement on social media on Wednesday, once the prize winners have all been notified.

Thank you to all the lovely volunteers that have helped behind the scenes and contribute so much to the running of the Festival and the Gillespie Centre for their continued support.

Lastly thank you so much to our funders this year -

- Foundation Scotland Glenkerie Wind Farmer

- South Lanarkshire Council 3rd Sector Resilience Grant / SSE Clyde Wind Farm Fund

- The National Lottery Community Fund.

The Festival Blog

Standing Out From The Crowd

Standing Out From The Crowd

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THIS WEEK – Standing Out from the Crowd Collection (part of the Virtual Exhibition, Thursday 22 October - Sunday 22 November)   This week’s very special and final mini exhibition is Standing Out from the Crowd. It focuses on the work of 6 local artists – Virginia Colley, Richard Price, Elspeth Wight, Viv Newton, Jacqueline McAteer and Elly Sutherland. There’s a fantastic selection of items offered for sale including earthenware pottery, figurative portraiture, animal paintings, ceramics, drawing...
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Inspired By Nature

Inspired By Nature

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We can’t believe there’s less than 2 weeks to go of Virtually Biggar Little Festival 2020! Events close on Sunday 22 November so be sure to get along to the Virtual Exhibition and Virtual Craft Fair before then. We hope that this online celebration of community creativity will lift your spirits and give the opportunity to do a bit of ethical Christmas shopping! After all, it’s more important than ever that we support our local arts and crafts people at this difficult time. THIS WEEK – Inspired ...
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