More than £1000 was raised at Kilry fete last weekend, during what organisers have described as one of the most successful events in recent years.
The wet and windy weather of Saturday morning had brightened to sunny and windy conditions by the afternoon, just in time for the fete.
There was a great turnout for the annual event, which raises funds for the ongoing renovation and upkeep of the hall in the East Perthshire village.
Chair of the hall committee Mike Morris estimated that around 80 people enjoyed attractions ranging from bouncy castles to a duck race, refreshments and the flower, produce and children’s competitions.
Speaking to the Blairie, he said: “Although the fete aims to raise much-needed funds for the upkeep of the hall, the social aspect of the event is just as significant.