Black Isles residents, businesses and organisations turned out to celebrate their community in their 6th biennial gathering at the weekend.
The whole of Fortrose Academy was commandeered for the event as a fair comprising 69 stalls reflecting all aspects of area was held.
The school’s theatre was occupied by the village’s regular community market, while the library was taken over by local educational groups shedding light on the work they perform.
The main hall was occupied by local crafters, creators and businesses and third sector organisations, while refreshments were served in the corridors.
Entertainment came from a group of buskers from the school and a piper, all raising money for their school trips.
Meanwhile, dancers from the Melanie McKay School of Dancing performed in various areas and Blythswood volunteers dressed up to hand out shoe boxes for their annual Christmas appeal.
Transition Black Isle gave talks on climate change in Scotland, while two NHS stalls provided information and advice.
Organiser Jenny Brogden said: “The NHS told us it was their best ever event, especially their stall on screening, so they were very pleased.
“From the feedback we had on the day and since then, people benefited from being able to talk to organisations they didn’t know about, seeing people they hadn’t seen for ages, and seeing the enormous range of businesses, caring organisations and talented people there are in the Black Isle.”
Mrs Brodgen took over organising the event from former Fortrose Academy pupil, Verity Walker, who founded it in 2007