A HOST of family-friendly activities are set to take place in Brae this weekend as part of an event designed to bring people into the North Mainland village.
Come to Brae Days, now in its second year, will host First Foot Soldiers at the hall tonight (Friday) for an all-ages gig before the adults get a chance to dance away the night at a Mid Brae Inn disco.
Saturday will see a family fun day held at the Valleyfield Guest House, while there will be sign language taster sessions at the leisure centre and yacht races based at the boating club.
The Delting Up Helly Aa galley shed will be open from 12pm to 3pm, and there will be stalls at the hall too, among other events.
There will also be a range of activities on the Sunday, from bouncy castle fun in the school games hall to a football festival and an emergency services display.
Find the full programme online here.
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