Wee Toon Tumblers frozen weekend

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A snow princess and her snowman buddy added sparkle to a play group’s big weekend.

Last Saturday and Sunday Keryn McPhee starred as Elsa assistend by snowman Olaf – Catriona Lawrie, from Disney’s classic Frozen, to bring a touch of Hollywood glamour to the Wee Toon Tumblers event.

The community education centre was packed as parents and children sampled the party atmosphere.

As well as the regular soft play area, a bouncy castle was set up and Funky Monkey’s Lori Silvan was kept busy face painting.

Organiser Gillian McMillan said: ‘The weekend is not only about having fun we also hope to show case what we have to offer and promote our summer offer of two hours soft play for the price of one.

‘The offer extends until August 15 at the Kintyre Community Centre in Stewart Road, at £2 per child.’

Pink sparkly tiger, Eva McKinven, 4, and Cara McKinven, with rainbow face paint, also wore their Elsa outfits bought to go to Disney on Ice. Rosie Paterson, 5, was a ballerina and Jack Barr, 4, joined the girls. 25_c28tumblers06

Robot, Reece Thompson, 10 and cartoon dog, Ruby Soper, 9. 25_c28tumblers05

Lori Silvan of Funky Monkey turns Tristam Hartshorn-Grant, 10, into halloween. 25_c28tumblers04

Mum Kelsey Brown holds son Kian Green, three months, with megan Marshall and Jordan Docherty, six months, Josie McGeachy and front Ivana Mati, 8 and Ceris McTaggart, 6. 25_c28tumblers03

Back middle Keryn McPhee as Elsa and Catriona Lawrie as the snowman who a group of children in the soft play area. 25_c28tumblers02

Fun on the bumpy doggy bouncy castle.  25_c28tumblers01