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PICTURES: Youngsters mark out summer fun in activity session at Eastgate Shopping Centre


By Val Sweeney

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Emilly Molnar shows off her plant marker.
Emilly Molnar shows off her plant marker.

Plant markers in all colours and designs were created by youngsters in an activity session at the Eastgate Shopping Centre in Inverness.

It was one of the events at the centre’s weekly Summer Kids Club which this year has focused on being more environmentally friendly.

Kirstin Gault, the centre’s digital and marketing executive, said those who attended the socially-distanced plant marker workshop had a great time.

"It was lovely to see so many wonderful designs which included markers for strawberries and raspberries," she said.

Previous events have included a woodland-themed trail, a bumblebee house decorating workshop and a magnifying glass making workshop.

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