TALENTED artists, jewellers, photographers and other local craft-makers gathered at The Bridge at Helensburgh Parish Church for the Helensburgh and Lomond Artisans Association’s latest craft fair.

Despite the decidedly dreich weather outside a steady stream of visitors came along to The Bridge at Helensburgh Parish Church to browse through, and buy from, the stalls, picking up some lovely new additions for their home or the perfect gift for family or a friend.

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The group, which has around 30 members, was formed some four years ago and now holds four craft fairs every year, and has recently added occasional midweek sales at the Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre to its diary – though for those who can’t make it to midweek events, the next Saturday sale takes place, again at The Bridge, on September 7.

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The group’s co-chair Heather Little said: “We had a great day on Saturday. It was busy in the morning and a good turnout despite the rain. We raised £76 for Robin House in Balloch through the home baking at our pop-up tearoom and some generous donations.”