As you go up the stairs there were outline silhouettes of birds that can be seen in the area.
These are just a few that are on display. The landing then leads onto a Children's area, where local children have crafted local wildlife. There is also several child friendly displays.
Along the corridor were a wonderful array of photographs each group sponsored by local firms/groups and taken by local photographers.
I have been struggling with how to reply to comments/questions for sometime and have tried different ways. From this I have decided that I will reply on my next post for a while and see if this works. To this end here are replies from my previous post:
I used to do craft fairs but since moving here to the Isle of Lewis I no longer sell my craftwork. We have been too busy with our cottage and other projects so I craft for family and friends now.
I don't mind anyone using my patterns or copying something that I do, I am honoured that you take inspiration from my work.
I think the lace/buttons would make amazing napkin rings, simply glue them to either plastic or wooden rings.
We do have the same saying Red skies at night...but I would say Shepherds delight rather than Sailor.
As always I do thank you for your visit here and your continued interest and comments.
See you soon.