HUNDREDS of people turned out to have fun in the sun at a mini gala day held by Linton Lane Centre and the Rabbit Braes Development Group on Saturday.
The event in aid of the groups’ funds was opened by Cllr Judy Hamilton and Sarah Hogwood, a local girl and women’s rugby player.
Peter Bowsher, a chainsaw woodcarver who is working with the Rabbit Braes group to make totem poles and animals designed by pupils from Strathallan and Torbain primary schools made three carvings of a squirrel, deer and owl which will be raffled off.
There were also displays from the Kingdom Africa dancers, Amanda Smith’s Zumba, the Langtoun Twirlettes and the Saut Burgh Highland dancers, as well as food stalls, Tarot card readings, German Shepherd rescue dogs, local youth clubs and many other activities.
There were lots of children’s activities including car rides, a bungee run, jesters and bouncy castles.
More photos from the day can be seen on the Rabbitbraes Development Group Facebook page.