Clachan sale aids development fund

A busy scene at Clachan sale.

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A busy table top sale at Clachan Village Hall on Saturday raised around £100 for the Village Hall Development Fund.

There were bargains galore and early shoppers bagged the best deals in home-baking, art, cards, crafts, books and bric-a-brac.

It was a case of ‘bring and buy’ for some, as stall holders seeking to sell their own wares spotted attractive items on other tables.

Shoppers and stall holders were treated to tea, coffee and delicious home-baked scones in a friendly, chatty environment.

Hall secretary Zoe Weir said: ‘We are working hard to raise funds for the hall which is in quite a bad state of repair. The small events in our own hall help but we also hold bigger events in Tarbert. The next fundraising events will be Family Friendly Wrestling in Tarbert Village Hall on Saturday April 20 and a baking and plant sale in Clachan on May 18.