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PICTURES: Long-awaited North Coast Market has 'lovely, happy feel'

By Caroline McMorran

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North Coast Market - formerly Bettyhill Market - held its first event in two years at Armadale Hall last Saturday.

Sixteen stallholders offered a range of handmade crafts and locally made foods.

There was also a community table and ARL Energy set up outside the hall, selling animal feed, bird seed, wood and other products.

Organiser Fiona Macfarlane said: "The fair was really well attended and everyone seemed to enjoy it. One of the stallholders told me it had the nicest atmosphere, and there was a lovely, happy feel about it.

"Thank you so much to everyone who came to our first market in nearly two years.

"Hopefully this will be the first of many more such events."

Ms Macfarlane thanked Armadale Hall committee for allowing the market to use the recently built hall.

More information on North Coast Market's Facebook page.

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