Youngsters take part in Craft-Attack at Invercairn

Youngsters turned out in droves for Craft-Attack at Invercairn recently.
Youngsters turned out in droves for Craft-Attack at Invercairn recently.

Youngsters from across the Fraserburgh area turned out in droves recently to attend Craft-Attack at Invercairn Community Hall.

The event was organised by local mum Vicki Davidson and included a host of activities for children aged six years and under.

The activities for last week’s event were Easter-themed and included making Easter photo frames, hats and cards, as well as favourites such as painting and play dough. Easter Creation prizes were awarded for the best-made crafts.

There were plenty of snacks for the kids who took part and teas for the mums, dads and grandparents who attended.

In attendance at the craft session was the ‘Balloon Mannie’ who generously donated his time to make balloon figures for the young children.

Craft-Attack has been running since November 2012 and is a not-for-profit initiative.

The fun craft sessions are usually attended by around 30 children, who come from Fraserburgh, Rosehearty, Crimond and Peterhead as well as from Cairnbulg and Inverallochy.

Commenting, Vicki said: “My aim for the group is for parents and grandparents to have an hour and a half of one-on-one time with their child to have fun and make lots of crafts.”