A CROSS-STITCH kit made and designed in Dingwall put one of the county town’s best-known venues in the frame.
The Dingwall Town Hall Representation aims to raise funds for the Dingwall Museum, which is located inside.
The museum was unable to open this summer due to the coronavirus crisis.
We hope that the kit can help contribute to the museum’s fundraiser.
Available now in the City’s Alchemists Gallery and online, it can be published worldwide.
As well as hosting thousands of local events over the years, the Town Hall is also famous for hosting an uncrowded Beatles concert when they were on the verge of fame.
The town hall dates from 1735.
Designed and made in Dingwall by Snowdrops, each kit contains: 14 stitches cross stitch Aida; 15 shades of Anchor spun cotton; needle; sewing guide and A4 color chart. The finished size without frame is 14 x 19 cm.
Learn more about how to order the kit here.
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