Volunteers thanked for help at Easter event

20150425- Easter In The City Competition winners. 'The winners were presented with their prizes and certificates on Saturday morning in the Brechin Town House. ''Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES ''No use without payment.

20150425- Easter In The City Competition winners. 'The winners were presented with their prizes and certificates on Saturday morning in the Brechin Town House. ''Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES ''No use without payment.

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BRAVO Brechin has thanked the number of volunteers who helped make the Easter in the City event such a success.

The group held a prize-giving event at the Brechin Town House Museum for the winners of the various competitions run during the event - including the bonnet and bunnets competition.

Bob Gordon, Inchbare (left) and Bill Baird, Brechin, were winners of the Easter Bonnet Competition at Dalhousie Daycare, part of Easter in the City.

Bob Gordon, Inchbare (left) and Bill Baird, Brechin, were winners of the Easter Bonnet Competition at Dalhousie Daycare, part of Easter in the City.

Hazel Baillie, Helen and Lynne Milne, who were in charge of organising the event, said: “We would like to thank everyone who was involved - ATC, the Guides, and volunteers for all their hardwork. Malcolm and Brian for erecting the stalls.

“Special thanks goes to Tony, Scott, George, Brian and their helpers, and to the ladies of Gardener Memorial Church for their tea coffee and soup.

“We’d also like to thank the Town House Museum for their work housing the hats and eggs, and our presentation.

Thanks also have to go to the Retreat and the Panmure Hotel in Edzell for supplying the food for the visitors with vintage vehicle, who regularly visit our event.”

They added: “A big thank you to one and all.”