North Ayrshire Council's Criminal Justice Service will build upon the fantastic success of last year's series of plant and garden furniture sales when it holds its first sale of 2011 next month.
Offenders carrying out Community Service Orders have long been involved in productive schemes through the Council's Criminal Justice Service. However, the actual sale of good produced by offenders has only taken place over the last year.
Since then, dozens of teams based at the Service's premises in Stevenston have branched out into a wide array of productive schemes - including building garden furniture and growing plants and vegetables.
The teams produce a range of benches, pergolas and planters at their workshop in Stevenston, while others grow a wide range of produce and plants at gardens within the grounds of Smithstone House in Kilwinning.
To pick up some goods at bargain prices, head along to: Block 4, Unit 2,
Moorpark Industrial Estate, Stevenston, on Sunday, April 17 from 11am to 3pm.
All profits from the day will go back into improving the service and enabling the offenders to help out with a variety of projects.