Timeless in the City, a new indoor market for Westhill with a diverse group of up to 30 market traders will be open for shopping between 10am and 3pm on Sunday 10th April at the Ashdale Hall. Products include art, vintage, antique, jewellers, crafts and organic remedies. A pop up vintage style tea room and live music will ensure visitors are entertained. Entry is free.
Event organiser, Lesley Ann Parker of Leap Gallery said, “Most of these retailers do not sell their products on the high street normally so this is a great opportunity for the public to come along and purchase something unique. Small businesses like these deserve local support as they can strengthen the local economy, create employment and are the building blocks of the future. Timeless in the City is a wonderful platform for small business owners from the north east to network and learn from each other. Most importantly they will show off their skills and hopefully make some great sales on the day.”
The traders include; Angela Spence Independent Consultant Neals Yard Remedies Organic, Carole Dacre Jewellery & Textile Designs, Chic Retro, Cirrus Woodcrafts, Curtiss & Clementine, Dreams in Driftwood, Evelyn Treasure Finder, The Feith Hill Candle Company, Fit Vintage, Forever Living, The Glass Needle, Ibels Scribbels, Infinity Designs, Leap Gallery, Linda Rennie Textiles, Midnight Pacific, Oh-So-Cute, Retro Road, SuRina Embroidery, The Tartan Necklace, Threadbear, Vintage Galore, Violet Ada Vintage, Wee Betty’s Pop Up Tea Room and Younique by Hippy Chic Lips & Lashes.
Further events are planned in the Ashdale Hall at Westhill for the second Sunday of every month and at the Mercure Aberdeen Caledonian Hotel on the first Thursday of every month.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND/OR PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES/PRODUCT SHOTS PLEASE CONTACT:
Lesley Ann Parker Tel: 01340 871718 or Mobile: 07887 846495
Visit https://www.facebook.com/timelessinthecity/ for more info on each trader.
Eithne McKinney of Cupcakes Ever After, in Tarves, will be providing a “vintage” experience not to be missed at “Wee Betty’s Pop Up Tea Room” on Sunday 10 April at the event.
Visitors will be able to sit back and relax in the homely “vintage” surroundings of “Wee Betty’s” and indulge in a freshly baked scone with clotted cream and jam, a decadent cupcake or a moreish cake whilst sipping on a tea or coffee from a pretty china cup.
After all Eithne says “Happiness is just a cupcake away!”
Contact Eithne on 07830 091058 for more info and a photo opportunity.
Formed in July 2015 Midnight Pacific is a trio from Moray who play a wide range of covers and original material which they do in their own unique way.
The line-up of the band consists of: Daniel Pearson (Guitar & Vocals), Scott Ramsay (Guitar & Vocals) and William Moir (Percussion & Vocals).
Scott Ramsay will provide live music on Sunday 10 April. He used to work in the oil industry and live in Westhill, before becoming a full time professional musician and re-locating back to his hometown of Elgin. Catch them on You Tube singing “City Lights” – their original material.
Contact Scott Ramsay on 07707 651565 for more info and a photo opportunity
Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/midnight-pacific-724878478