PICTURES: Inverness Giant Christmas Fayre is a huge success
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It was a Giant Christmas Fayre, but it also went down well with the wee folk.
Returning to Inverness Leisure Centre, the annual Giant Christmas Fayre organised by the firm Moray Markets & Car Boot Sales featured stalls from dozens of local artists, makers and bakers.
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Other attractions included a Christmas face painter, live Christmas music and a visit from Santa Claus who flew in from Lapland.
There was also a nutcracker hunt, a meet and greet from Christmas donkeys and special charity stalls.
Organiser Ericka Murchison said: “We would like to say a massive thank-you to everyone who visited the Inverness Giant event and to everyone who provided stalls and other attractions.
“As always, there was a fantastic atmosphere on the day and everyone seemed to have a lot of fun.
“The sun shone, the music was festive and lots of shopping was had.
“This year we felt there was a really great turn-out. Our events can only go ahead with the support of the public.
“Thanks again, Inverness, for supporting our small business – it really is very much appreciated.”