Get ready to jingle all the way to Geilsland Estate this weekend to enjoy the enchanting Scottish Arts and Craft Fair’s Christmas Craft Fair weekend extravaganza.

The Garnock Valley's big festive indoor crafting event has been organised by the incredible Scottish Arts and Crafts Fair team.

This special weekend affair will happen on Saturday, December 2 and Sunday, December 3 from 11am - 4pm, and promises a merry day of yuletide shopping for unique, handmade treasures.

The estate’s hall will be transformed with 52 indoor stalls, each adorned with a curated selection of locally made crafts, perfect for those eager to jumpstart their Christmas shopping.

Visitors will delight in the festive ambience and explore the treasure trove of handmade gifts, cards, home decor, and more.

Admission to this Christmas craft fair is not only free but also comes with the added convenience of complimentary parking, managed by their friendly car park team, ensuring a stress-free experience.

Geilsland Estate, at Wardrop Street, Beith, KA15 2EY, opens its doors with full accessibility, and an inviting onsite café, and welcomes furry friends, making it a perfect family outing.

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald: All set for the Geisland craft fayre

A Geilsland spokesperson said: "We're so excited to collaborate with the Scottish Arts and Crafts Fair team.

"The craft fairs offer a unique chance for the community to support small businesses and discover one-of-a-kind gifts.

"What makes it even more special is that each month brings new crafters, ensuring there's always something fresh and exciting to find.”

But the magic doesn't stop there.

In the spirit of giving, this Saturday's event aims to raise funds for the Pulmonary Fibrosis Trust.

Join the team for a day filled with festive spirit, wonderful discoveries, and the joy of contributing to a worthy cause.

For more information, visit or reach out to the Scottish Arts and Crafts Fair Facebook page