PICTURES: Festival fun in Rothbury despite adverse weather

Show-goers braved the weather to flock to the annual Rothbury Food and Craft Festival, which featured a wide range of stalls and producers.

Thursday, 5th May 2016, 12:00 pm
Twelve-year-olds Danielle Gutherson and Megan Tombs, both from Rothbury, tuck into some goodies. Picture by Mary Scott

Tasty treats and handmade crafts were on the menu at the popular event, which was staged on Bank Holiday Monday.

A host of local traders exhibited at the fair and funds were raised for Alexa’s Animal Rescue and Daft as a Brush Cancer Care during the event.

Anne Henderson, Robin Greener and Millie Greener, seven, from Alnwick, tuck in. Picture by Mary Scott

A statement on the festival’s Facebook page read: ‘We’ve had wind and rain with cars getting stuck but we got through it and the sun came out and it turned out a lovely day.

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‘Thank you to all traders who stuck with us and had patience while we got everyone on.

‘Thank you to everyone who braved the weather and came to the festival. We couldn’t have done it without everyone.’

MS Society collectors Jackie and Silvia Scott. Picture by Mary Scott
Kaye Johnstone looks on as Messy the dog begs for a taste of her husband's ice cream. Picture by Mary Scott
The Pies R Us stall. Picture by Mary Scott
The Daft as a Brush charity had a stall. Picture by Mary Scott
The Alnwick Playhouse Concert Band. :Picture by Mary Scott
The Greenbrae Meats stall. Picture by Mary Scott
MS Society collectors Jackie and Silvia Scott. Picture by Mary Scott
Anne Henderson, Robin Greener and Millie Greener, seven, from Alnwick, tuck in. Picture by Mary Scott
MS Society collectors Jackie and Silvia Scott. Picture by Mary Scott
Kaye Johnstone looks on as Messy the dog begs for a taste of her husband's ice cream. Picture by Mary Scott
The Pies R Us stall. Picture by Mary Scott
The Daft as a Brush charity had a stall. Picture by Mary Scott
The Alnwick Playhouse Concert Band. :Picture by Mary Scott
The Greenbrae Meats stall. Picture by Mary Scott
MS Society collectors Jackie and Silvia Scott. Picture by Mary Scott