Former Miss Scotland Lois Weatherup braves the cold to model a bespoke Lees of Scotland Snowball dress in Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow.
As Lees of Scotland, one of Scotland’s leading confectioners, enters its 80th year in business, it’s celebrating with another milestone as it reveals it has produced a mammoth 1.6 billion Snowballs since the product was introduced in the 1950s.
To mark the occasion, a unique snowball dress made from hundreds of Lees Snowballs has been designed by Glasgow School of Art graduate Lori Marshall.
Lees of Scotland is synonymous with the iconic mallow snowballs which are loved by generations. The Lees Snowball is made to a traditional recipe and contains a soft fluffy mallow covered in chocolate and flakes of coconut.
Rather cold in Kelvingrove park - even a hot water bottle and a nibble at the snowballs couldn't warm up the model.
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Thursday, 30 December 2010
Wednesday, 8 December 2010
Despite the recent poor weather conditions, The Green Energy Awards 2010 took place last week at the EICC and over 800 people attended the event hosted by funnyman Fred MacCaulay. The keynote speak was given by Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore.
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Thursday, 2 December 2010
One of the few Scotland's Winter Festival events which wasn't called off because of the heavy snow was the St Andrews Festival in the Fife town of St Andrews. The four day long event featured ceilidhs, carol singing, ice skating and fireworks.