‘Made in the Mearns’ returns

Family Victory. Gail Smith came first with her Lime Curd (Grandma), Karen Smith 1st in Celebration Cakes (Aunt) & and the young talented Abigail, winner of the Decorated Stone section.

Family Victory. Gail Smith came first with her Lime Curd (Grandma), Karen Smith 1st in Celebration Cakes (Aunt) & and the young talented Abigail, winner of the Decorated Stone section.

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It was a welcome return to Laurencekirk for ‘Made in the Mearns’ last weekend, to celebrate the excitement of crafting.

Saturday was a platform for crafts enthusiasts and tasty bakers to showcase their talents.

‘Made in the Mearns’ held its first event last year and the return attracted many entries for the event at Dickson Hall in Laurencekirk.

Motivated by a love of crafts, ‘Made in the Mearns’ hopes to encourage, celebrate and discover great crafters within the community.

From jam and jewellery-making, flavoured vodka competition to paper craft and decoupage, the event has a category for all levels of crafter’s and bakers.

This non-profit annual gathering will see all proceeds going towards local charities.

These have been chosen by submitting their names to the organisers.

The ‘Made in the Mearns’ committee will be meeting this weekend to finalise the chosen charities