Next market Saturday 23rd October!
Stirling Farmers’ Market is back on Port Street this Saturday 23rd October from 10am till 4pm for the second time this month with 19 traders looking to showcase their produce to Stirling’s marketgoers.
Many of Stirling’s younger residents will be looking forward to going out guising this year now that restrictions have eased off and if you want to celebrate the traditional Scottish way why not forget the pumpkins and head down to Port Street for a turnip to carve instead. “We always carved turnips when I was growing up,” says Market Manager Fi, “Pumpkins were something you saw on TV but when you went out guising everyone had neeps. A lot of kids these days haven’t heard about it but it’s the proper traditional way in Scotland and it’d be great to see more folk reviving it this year. A wee pale turnip always looks especially spooky compared to a pumpkin anyway!”
This Halloween there will be plenty of spirits on Port Street courtesy of Carnoustie Distillery and Highland Boundary. Now well-known and loved by Stirling regulars they’ll both be on hand with their scarily splendid selection of gins and liqueurs, alongside alcohol-free alternatives from Feragaia - all conjured up in their big copper cauldrons!
Much missed trader Allan’s Chilli Products will be making a welcome return to Stirling this week too. With their range of devilishly hot sauces, jams and jellies they have something to suit everyone. “Whether it’s a mild sweet jelly or a stupendously spicy sauce for the real chilli-holics, we’ve got it,” says Allan. “It’s been a while since we were last at Stirling so there’s some new concoctions to try - if you dare that is!”
Also at this week’s market there’ll be phantom pastries; spellbinding soaps; frighteningly fresh fish; petrifying pies; spooktacular sausage rolls; bloodcurdling bread; spine-chilling cheeses; hairy-scary highland beef; creepy cakes; and much more that’s too terrifying to mention!
Some physical distancing measures will still be in place on Port Street and the organisers ask that you give other shoppers space and use the hygiene stations provided. If you have any symptoms, have tested positive or been told to isolate then please stay at home to keep others safe.
Stirling Farmers’ Market is held on Port Street, Stirling on the second and fourth Saturdays of every month between 10am & 4pm.
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Because of social distancing we're spacing our stalls out a wee bit more at Stirling Farmers' Market just now. This means we're running twice a month to ensure all our producers still get the opportunity to trade. As well as our usual market on the 2nd Saturday we'll be on Port Street on the 4th Saturday of each month too. We should have around 18 stalls at each market and we'll try to ensure a good mix of producers each time.
Our Port Street Markets are back up and running on the 2nd & 4th Saturdays each month (2nd & 3rd in December) from 10am until 4pm.
October 9th & 23rd
November 13th & 27th
December 11th & 18th
Port Street pedestrian precinct,
Stirling City Centre
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Up to 27 stalls offering an outstanding range of superb produce. And where else can you talk to the farmer/producer to find out how the food is grown/reared/made? If you have a query about the Stirling Farmers' Market & you can't find the answer on the website, please email us through the Get in touch page.
The Real Deal is a partnership initiative supported by industry and enforcement. Certification awarded to Stirling Farmers' Market by Stirling Council in 2013
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