Easter fun galore in Turriff
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There's lots going on tomorrow to help the people of Turriff get into the Easter spirit.
Throughout this weekend St Ninian's And Forglen Church have been inviting people to paint an Easter themed stone and add it to a display at the church entrance, an activity which has proven popular with a variety of decorated stones already dropped off.
The church has also set up an Easter trail in the grounds of the church which tells the Easter story.
Anybody joining the trail with a smartphone can scan QR codes to watch videos as they go or these can be watched on a device at home after the trail through the St Ninians And Forglen Website.
The final video in the series will be shown during the Easter Sunday service, which starts at 11am.
An Easter Sunday service will also be held at St Andrew's Parish Church at 11.15am.
There will also be an Easter egg trail in Turriff tomorrow which is open to anybody under 17.
This has been organised by Lighthouse youth club who will go around the town early in the day hiding eggs, and will share a map of the hidden eggs on their Facebook page.
Anybody who finds an egg can pop along to the Outreach warehouse on Balmellie Street between 2pm and 4pm to exchange their egg for a sweet treat and there's an extra prize for anybody who finds one of the seven golden eggs.