CRAFTERS and customers with a keen eye for quality have helped raise more than £100 for charity.

Helensburgh and Lomond Artisans Association’s (HLAA) spring craft fair, held on Saturday, March 30, at Helensburgh Parish Church, brought in plenty of visitors on a sun-soaked afternoon thanks to a photography exhibition and tearoom, with proceeds going to Robin House in Balloch.

Heather Little, from HLAA, said: “It was a busy event with folk waiting to get in before we opened at 10.30am.

“We had a great range of crafters who all made some sales and the photographers did very well too.

“The photography exhibition proved to be very popular and is something we’ll do again. There was a constant flow of people throughout the day and with our raffle and pop-up tearoom we made £137 for Robin House.”

She added: “We’re now starting to see some regular customers, which is great.”

The next craft fair will be held at the same venue on Saturday, May 25, while a mini Easter craft fair will take place at Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre Cafe on Wednesday, April 17 from 10am till 2pm.