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Chapelton Farmers’ Market full of festive flavour 

Chapelton Farmers Market

THE final Chapelton Farmers’ Market of the year, which takes place this Sunday (November 20), promises to be a veritable feast of fine food and drink with more than 35 exciting stallholders taking part in the festivities.

The Chapelton Farmers’ Market – of which there are four a year – has become a firm fixture in the North-east’s foodie calendar, with almost 7,000 people attending this year’s previous three events. 

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Stallholders this weekend will include Ledmacoy Turkeys, The Cheese Bothy, Breer Pie Co, Cocoa Ooze Chocolates, Orchid Cocktails, Dip Club, and Granite City Fish. There will be lots of gift ideas at the market from Sooki Coo Candles, Sealscrook Farmcrafted Skincare, and Copper Hue, with their unique range of upcycled lights and gifts including keyrings, bottle openers, clocks and personalised platters made of whisky staves.

The Boxes at Chapelton will also be open, offering lots more gift ideas, including Christmas decorations at The Omnia, jewellery and crystals at RedRocks, children’s toys and clothes at LouSells and wellness gifts and vouchers at AB Wellness & Reflexology.

Meanwhile, visitors can enjoy hot food on the day, with Balnault’s farm offering a hog roast, as well as stalls from Haydn’s Woodfired Pizza, Paella Escocia, The Seafood Bothy, Bannerman butcher offering burgers, and bacon rolls from Louise’s Farm Kitchen.

There will even be an opportunity to have all your utensils sharpened in time for cooking Christmas dinner by Barras Blades.

Held in the town’s Burgess Park from 11am to 2.30pm, parking is free, as is entry, though cash donations to Autism and Neurodiversity North Scotland (marshalling charity) are welcome. Dogs on leads are welcome.

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