WATCH: Inverness's Miss Scotland hosts autumn fayre to raise funds for Highland Hospice
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Chelsie Allison scooped the title as Miss Scotland last month and has since been on a mission to raise as much money as possible for her chosen charity, the Highland Hospice, before going to compete at Miss World in India next year.
In light of this, Chelise decked out Bogbain farm and transformed it into an autumnal wonderland with dozens of beautiful handmade gifts, food and books.
As well as the quaint stalls that proved to be perfect for Christmas shopping, there was also plenty to do to keep the little ones occupied.
From face painting to a giant bouncy castle, the event was a haven for the whole family to have some fun on a rainy day.
Chelsie Allison said: "The autumn fayre was aimed to raise money for the Highland Hospice, but also an opportunity for lots of local businesses.
"We had home-made pies, beautiful jewellery, authors and perfumes for people to enjoy.
"Although I can't take credit for the fayre as it was my aunties idea. She regularly does fundraisers for her sons ice hokey team up at bogbain, so it was her idea to do a Miss Scotland fundraiser, and it turned out really well so it was a good idea!"
In addition to the fairytale backdrop, cosy wood burning fire and live acoustic music, the event also hosted a meet and greet with a beautiful pack of huskies from the Saints Sled Dog Rescue.
When talking about the Highland Hospice, Chelsie said: "Its a really important charity as well as my chosen charity for my journey through Miss Scotland and on my way to Miss World.
"Everyone at the fayre has donated a bit to the charity and we ended up raising £1,354."