Welcome to Huntly Farmers Market...
Held on the first Saturday every month in The Square, Huntly. You can check dates on our 'Dates' page where we will keep you up to date with future markets. Any cancellations or changes will be noted here and on the 'News' page.
All our regular stall-holders are listed on 'Our Stalls' page with contact details and links to their website if they have one. The next Huntly Farmers Market is on Saturday 1st November 2014, 9am - 1pm in Huntly Square.
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Stalls booked for the October 4th market:
Granite City Fish
CP & MP Bruce
Forget Me Not Treats
Glenview Fresh Produce
Deveron Arts/ Smith's Bakery bread
Sarah's Heavenly Fudge
The Party Cake People
Suzie's Spice Kitchen
Fundraising Stall : Huntly & District Pipe Band (TBC)
For more details of stallholders click here.
Sarah's Heavenly Fudge returns (6:15 PM, 10/02/2014)
Sarah's Heavenly Fudge will be back at Huntly Farmers Market from this month with a selection of handmade fudge and wooden crafts.
New bakers at Huntly Farmers Market (5:38 PM, 05/23/2014)
The June 7th Huntly Farmers' Market will see the arrival of three new stalls - Maggie's Cakery, The Party Cake People and Forget Me Not Treats. Have a look at the 'Our stalls' page for more details of their produce.
The Steading bow out (5:36 PM, 05/23/2014)
We're very sad to say goodbye to The Steading who have kept us in chocolate brownies (among other things) for several years now. However you can still sample their delicious fare at The Steading @ The Thirteen Moons, Drummuir.
May market news (1:56 PM, 05/01/2014)
The Carvery chainsaw sculptures will be back at the market on May 3rd, 9am- 1pm
Plant stall back for Spring! (11:15 AM, 04/04/2014)
Aileen's Cottage Garden Plants will be back at the market this Saturday 5th April with locally grown plants.