On Hairst Saturday we grow the Farmers Market signiﬁcantly with over 50 stalls showcasing and selling locally grown, reared, made or caught produce. The stall holders pride themselves in the high quality of their product sharing the provenance while you make your purchases.
Some of these stalls will also visit Leith Hall on the Sunday for the Big Picnic. The Big Picnic focuses on where our food comes from so stall holders take a different approach to the Saturday; for example, our Honey stall holder brings interesting, educational and interactive learning tools to explain how honey is made as well as being able to purchase honey.
As with the farmers market the Craft Fair has a different feel, the crafters are sharing their product origins and how they go through the making process, often crafters set up fun tasks for kids to try to help them remember what they have learnt.
Huntly Crafters are a group of people who either earn a living or have a hobby crafting in the Huntly area. The group is a way to bring people together to share learnings and also to hold craft fairs on a regular basis to be able to sell some of the individual pieces of work. Check out Huntly Crafters on Facebook.