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Last chance to enjoy exhibition celebrating Aberdeenshire talent

By Kirsty Brown

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This weekend is the last chance for visitors to enjoy an exhibition put on by AB53 Creatives in the grounds of Delgatie Castle.

The exhibition will remain in place until Saturday, May 29, and shows the talents of a number of creatives from across Aberdeenshire, including some students from Gray's School Of Art.

The exhibition was organised by former Turriff Academy pupil Megan Thores, who launched AB53 Creatives after being inspired by her final year university project to recognise talent in the area.

Each of the involved creatives were given a slice of locally sourced wood to decorate in a way which they felt displayed their skills, and the discs now hang from a tree near the castle for the public to enjoy.

For more information on AB53 Creatives you can visit www.instagram.com/ab53creatives or ab53creatives.myportfolio.com.

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