Sunshine and soaring fun

Youngsters from the Lindsay School of Dance entertained visitors to the market. 

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Youngsters from the Lindsay School of Dance entertained visitors to the market. Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES No use without payment.

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The annual Feein’ Market, a highlight of Stonehaven’s calendar, took place in the Market Square and Town Hall on Saturday.

This year’s was a busy event with something for everyone on offer, and plenty to see and do.

Ally Johnstone and Jamie Kindness taking part in the arm wrestling competition. 

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Ally Johnstone and Jamie Kindness taking part in the arm wrestling competition. Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES No use without payment.

Popular Stonehaven youngster Finlay Sangster (8), with a little bit of help from his mum officially opened the Feein’ Market.

At the helm for the 14th year are the members of the Stonehaven and District Lions Club who have spearheaded the transformation of the Feein’ Market since they took over the organisation.

For more information visit www.feeinmarket.org.uk

(Pictures: Andy Thompson)

Graham Ling and Ken Muir of KG Influence entertain the visitors to the market. 

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Graham Ling and Ken Muir of KG Influence entertain the visitors to the market. Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES No use without payment.

Two year old Laya Harper dances along to the Stonehaven Pipe Band. 

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Two year old Laya Harper dances along to the Stonehaven Pipe Band. Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES No use without payment.

 

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