No pain no gain

ANGUS College staff and students put on their brave faces this week when they tested the maxim ‘no pain, no gain’ for charity.

A charity chest waxing event was held in the College’s Beauty Salon in the Esk Building yesterday morning (Thursday).

The event was organised by student Tatiana Zorina in support of the National Deaf Children’s Charity and local charity Mike’s Bikes.

Run by reformed ex-addict and offender Mike Rennie, Mike’s Bikes uses Mike’s mechanical expertise to help young people engage in social and personal development through rebuilding motorbikes and buggies.

Indulge yourself at the Auchmithie craft fayre

Organisers of the annual Auchmithie Christmas craft fayre have revealed there will be a fantastic range of indulgent gifts on sale.

The craft fayre will be held in the Annie Gilruth Memorial village hall on Saturday, December 1 between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m..

There will be a bewildering range of crafted gifts on sale, including handmade tutus, jewellery, handbags, cards, soaps, and sugar and felt crafts.

There will also be a raffle and a tombola and entry is £1.50 per adult and 50 per child which includes refreshments.