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Black Isle cake fairy watches tasty treats disappear at Invergordon market in Easter Ross


By Hector MacKenzie

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Louise Ross of Culbokie Cake Fairies made extra stock – which again disappeared.Picture: James Mackenzie
Louise Ross of Culbokie Cake Fairies made extra stock – which again disappeared.Picture: James Mackenzie

IT was a case of 'now you see them, now you don't' for a Black Isle cake fairy at the weekend.

The Natal Gardens event was the latest in a series of outdoor markets organised by Invergordon Development Trust (IDT) to help boost local traders hit by the coronavirus crisis.

Amongst them was Louise Ross of Culbokie Cake Fairies who decided to bake even more of her treats after being cleaned out last time around.

She was amongst several traders selling out of stock thanks to strong local support. She said: "Invergordon, you are amazing!You cleaned us out in record time last time so we baked lots more this time – and it's all gone again!"

Maree Clake of the Trust said: "We are beyond proud that our markets have been a success in these crazy times. The support from people in Invergordon and surrounding areas has been fantastic."

See more pictures from the Invergordon market in this week's Ross-shire Journal



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