Organisers of a Fraserburgh market day say they have a Christmas cracker in store for visitors in their final event of the year.
Super Saturday’s Festive Fun day will take place in the town centre on December 10, with food stalls, entertainment and a very special guest – Santa.
Leona Findlay, Super Saturday’s co-ordinator, said: “Visitors won’t be disappointed with the packed programme of events we have in store for them.
“Santa will be arriving to the Broch in style by means of the RNLI lifeboat at 10.30am where he will then jump in his sleigh and make his way up to Broad Street, where he will be piped in by the Fraserburgh Royal British Legion Pipe Band before meeting all the local children.
“All proceeds from the Santa’s Grotto will be donated to the RNLI.”
Super Saturday will also treat visitors to a dance performance by local group KDance, music by Fraserburgh duo Killer Heels, Christmas carols from the Broch Drama Group and a brass band performance by the Salvation Army Band.
The fun day will run from 10 am until 3.30pm and will also feature a disco dome, a tasting gazebo featuring food samples provided by local businesses, children’s entertainment and Bob’s Buddies with his feathered friends.
Ms Findlay said: “The event is held on Saltoun Square and Broad Street and most of the street will be lined with local stallholders, gift ideas, food items and crafts.
“A lot of work has gone on to make the Super Saturdays as successful as they are, but none of it would happen without the hard work and dedication of volunteers and business owners.”