Mull makes merry with Christmas market

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Tobermory’s Main Street was a merry bustle at the weekend when the town started Christmas early.

A huddle of festive stalls outside the Aros Hall and wintry sunshine brought out the crowds, including The Baxter family from the island who got dressed up especially for the occasion.

Megan and Rhiona Whyte selling their festive wreaths at Tobermory’s Christmas market on Saturday.
Christmas market outside Aros Hall, Tobermory, on Saturday

A Santa-on-wheels will be touring the island’s villages before December 25 dropping off presents to the children, with Covid-guidelines in mind to keep everyone safe says Mull councillor Mary-Jean Devon, who was delighted with the market’s Christmas cheer and turnout.