The guild went to take part in this today. When I arrived there it was very windy, cloudy and not all that warm so a group of us decided to take refuge in the mall behind the sandwich stall; we asked if it was ok and they very graciously said yes. Ann Field spoke to one of the cleaners who managed to contact mall management who also ok'd us being there as long as the business we were next to was alright with it.
We had a good time spinning in there in the warm while quite a few passersby had a wee look at what we were doing. Some asked questions, a few took brochures and many children were absolutely fascinated. We had a good range of wheels as well as different fibres that were being spun or plied which I think made it more interesting for those who stopped to watch.
Outside were some hardy souls who were also spinning or knitting. There wasn't any foot traffic there, but once the sun came out it was quite pleasant. Unfortunately the wind didn't drop very much. This photo was taken by Jan R.