events – 2019

There’s lots of great information about what’s on in Fife in Welcome to Fife’s event diary , in St Andrews at Event-St Andrews, in neighbouring Dundee at https://www.dundeecity.gov.uk/events/ , & in nearby Perth at https://www.perthcity.co.uk/calendar/. Or you can search further afield for events/things to see and do on Visit Scotland’s website.

So why not have a look to check out what’s happening nearby during your stay, or even plan your stay at Kilbride Cottage around one of the many arts, music, sports, car or food festivals and events that are held across the Kingdom every year.

Here’s a wee flavour of some of our favourites. We’ll add highlights and events as we find them so check back regularly for updates on future events.

2019

June

  • 26-30 June: East Neuk Music Festival – Classical music festival with great music played by the very best musicians in the world. We can do that! Whether its kora, harp, jazz piano, swinging violin, classical horn, solo, quartet, quintet, sextet, octet, orchestra, new, old, way-out or comforting familiar. Check out the programme at www.eastneukfestival.com/programme/ or have a look at their facebook page.
  • 28-30 June: Bennetts British Superbikes at Knockhill – If you fancy a slightly higher powered weekend, then try the Bennetts British Superbike Championship (BSB). Some of the best bike racers in the world will be at Knockhill for three days of 180mph wheel-to-wheel action on 28/29/30 June 2019. Knockhill’s twists and turns always produce stunning elbow-to-elbow action for these 180mph Superbikes. More details here.
  • 29 June: Ceres Highland Games – Or for a truly Scottish event, try the Ceres Games, the oldest free games in Scotland. There has been a market and games held here at the end of June, every year (except for war and during the period of the 1746 Act of Proscription) since 1314. In that year, the charter to do so was given to the people of the village by Robert Bruce in recognition of their support at the Battle of Bannockburn. The battle was fought in order to preserve the right of the Scots to determine how they would be ruled. See the Ceres Games website for more info.

July

  • 2 July: Balgove Larder Night Market – Runs on the first Tuesday of the month 5-9pm, with street food, hot and cold vendors, live butchery demos, and live music. (Also on 6 Aug, 3 Sept, plus two Xmas markets on 3/4 Dec). More details – Balgove Larder Night Market
  • 4th July: Scottish Fisheries Museum 50th Anniversary Celebrations – A flotilla of up to 50 boats will sail down the Forth and arrive in Anstruther to escort and welcome back the museums flagship, the Reaper, after major resoration in Rosyth, and to commence the opening ceremony of the 50th Anniversary of the museum. 2-6pm, see Scottish Fishery Museum
  • 7 July: Ford’s in the Park – A brand new classic car show dedicated to Ford cars. Takes place at Lochore Meadows Country Park in Lochgelly. For more information or if you fancy a drive to Fife in your own classic Ford, why not enter your vehicle! See Fords in the Park
  • 13-14 July: Bowhouse Market – A celebration of the best food and drink from Fife and beyond with a host of food and drink producers and the opportunity to try a great selection of street food. Bowhouse Market Weekend will showcase Farm-to-Fork eating. The market will be filled with stalls from Fife’s best food producers, and Bowhouse resident maker Bibi’s Bakery will be showing people how to make their own summer garden with sugar flower making workshops. More info here
  • 15 July (Mon): Burntisland Highland Games – The 367th Burntisland Highland Games will take place on Burntisland Links, alongside the town’s annual summer fairground and close to an award-winning beach. Founded in 1652, these are the second-oldest highland games in the world and feature highland dancing, running, cycling and heavy events. Here’s their facebook page.
  • 17-27 July: Crail Festival – Crail Festival prides itself in being community-based, run for the community by members of the community. Includes arts and crafts exhibition, sand castle competition, movies, music, craft and arts workshops plus an award winning putting green. Click to see more of what’s on at the Crail Festival
  • 19-21 July: Anstruther Harbour Festival – Anstruther Harbour Festival returns in 2019 to include the Dunedin Dancers International Dance Festival. On Friday afternoon we start with a parade by St Andrews Pipe Band to introduce the Dunedin International Dance festival on the Anstruther Harbour. This is followed by a weekend of music, dance, Local foods and crafts including a number of Gaelic events at the picturesque Anstruther harbour. Full details will be available on the website. And you could visit the fabulous Scottish Fishery Museum at the same time!
  • 19-28 July: Largo Arts Week – In addition to open artist studios and music performances, there are plenty of other great experiences to take advantage of during the arts week even. From tasty Street Food, Family events to guest speakers, there’s lots to see, hear and taste at Largo Arts Week. See largoartsweek.com
  • 20-21 July: Cupar District Model Railway Club Annual Exhibition – An exhibition for young and old alike, with model railway displays from all over Scotland and the ever popular Lego layout that kids of all ages love! Trade support and light refreshments make this a perfect day out for all the family. Venue has disabled access and there is parking nearby. See their website here
  • 20-21 July: Dundee Summer Streets Festival – This year’s theme is exploration. includes an centrepiece – the inflatable Luminarium in City Square, food and drink at the Farmers Market, Dundee tours and trails in Reform Street, Maze and lost of children’s activities, music and street theatre. See website for more details.
  • 22 July: Outdoor performance, Shakespeare’s the Tempest – Some open air fun staged by Illyria. This performance takes place in the grounds of Crail Castle whatever the weather so pack your picnic, sun cream and umbrella to be prepared! More info and tickets here.
  • 25-27 July: St Andrews Visitor icentre – three days of festivities planned from 25 – 27 July to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the tourist information service. Shop Local suppliers, representatives from local attractions and tour guides will be there each day to promote their products and meet with visitors. There will also be food samples kindly available from some of our other suppliers who are unable to join us. Meet the likes of the Scottish Bee Company, St Andrews Museum, the Wee Neuk Ceramics and Scotia Spice. Pop in anytime between 10am – 4pm. More info on Visit Scotland’s Website
  • 26 July: Burntisland Outer Heritage Trail Guided Walk – Free guided walk by Burntisland Heritage Trust exploring the towns heritage beyond the town centre. Also takes place on 30 Aug and 27 Sept. Click here for details.
  • 27 July: St Andrews Highland Games – A highland fling, tossing the caber, the sound o’ the pipes and lots more traditional Scottish highland game treats to enjoy at Station Park, St Andrews from 12.30pm. (Highland Dancing from 10.30 and Junior Heavyweights from 11.30am). See Tourism St Andrews facebook page for more info.

Aug

  • 3-11 August: Pittenweem Arts Festival – One of Fife’s oldest festivals which is a celebration of the visual arts taking place in galleries, homes, garages, sheds, studios and basically anywhere art can be displayed throughout Pittenweem. A true feast of Scottish art in a beautiful coastal village! See Pittenween Arts Festival
  • 2/3/4 August: Glamis Castle Country Fair and Horse Trials – the inaugural Glamis Castle Country Fair And Horse Trials. Over the three days there will be plenty to do – from shopping at the diverse array of trade stands, craft stalls and artisan food stalls to watching (or even taking part in) the high octane dog agility. There will also be a fun dog show, & birds of prey. Alongside all of this is the horse trials, a grand stage for the grassroots rider, giving those who compete at novice level or below the opportunity to take part in an event in stunning surroundings usually the preserve of an international competition. More info on their facebook page, or https://glamiscountryfair.co.uk/
  • 3 August: Cupar Vintage Festival – Music, food, drinks, stalls, classic cars, dancing, vintage clothes, hair/make up, and more at the Crossgate in Cupar.
  • 6 Aug: Balgove Larder Night Market – Runs on the first Tuesday of the month 5-9pm, with street food, hot and cold vendors, live butchery demos, and live music. (Also on 2 July, 3 Sept, plus two Xmas markets on 3/4 Dec). More details – Balgove Larder Night Market
  • 9 August: Women’s Tour of Scotland, stage 1 (cycling) – The first ever women’s tour of Scotland is a 3-day event which travels through Fife on Friday 9 Aug. Starting in Dundee and cycling to Pitencrieff Park in Dunfermline, the event will be contested by many of the top women’s teams in the world – plus the cream of Great Britain and Scotland’s female cycling talent. Culminates on 11th in Edinburgh’s iconic Holyrood Park. See Women’s Tour of Scotland for more info and details of the routes through Cupar/North East Fife not far from Kilbride Cottage.
  • 10-11 Aug: Bowhouse Market – Another chance to enjoy the the best food and drink from Fife and beyond with a host of food and drink producers and the opportunity to try a great selection of street food. Bowhouse Market Weekend will showcase Farm-to-Fork eating. The market will be filled with stalls from Fife’s best food producers, and Bowhouse resident maker Bibi’s Bakery will be showing people how to make their own summer garden with sugar flower making workshops. More info here
  • 11 August: Outdoor performance, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves – Open air performance staged by Illyria. This performance takes place in the walled garden of Strathtyrum House in St Andrews whatever the weather so pack your picnic, sun cream and umbrella to be prepared! More info and tickets here.
  • 11 August: Bumbaleerie – Free activity for the young, old and positively ancient. 2-4pm an afternoon of traditional street and playground games for all teh family – including skipping, peevers, whips and peeries, paldies, pooh sticks and much more! More info on their facebook page here
  • Saturday’s in August: Willowhill Garden, Forgan, near NewportScotland’s garden scheme opens up private gardens to visitors to raise money for charity. Willowhill is about 10 minutes from Kilbride Cottage, and is an evolving three acre garden. The house is surrounded by a series of mixed borders designed with different vibrant colour combinations for effect all season. Spectacular mix of roses, herbaceous perennials and annuals planted through the wide borders are a highlight in late summer. See Willow Garden’s website for more info, directions and opening hours.
  • 17 Aug: Cupar Farmers’ Market: Regular market (3rd Sat of every month) with the opportunity to buy direct from local producers. open from 9am – 1pm. Stalls vary every time but include local meat (venison/buffalo/chicken/beef/pork), arbroath smokies, vegetables (including organic), breads, olives/deli, drinks (locally produced wine, spirits and beer), jams, fudge, flowers, handmade soaps, and craft work (woodwork, art, jewellery)
  • 17 – 18 Aug: Scottish Vintage Bus Museum Open Weekend and Transport Collectors Fair – The weekend will feature vehicle displays and special guided tours of the hidden gems within the locked sheds amongst the many things to do and see. Plus the usual array of vehicle displays, trade stands and refreshments. You can even bring your own bus if you have one ! See website for more info
  • 24 Aug: Leven Food and Drink Festival – Leven’s first food and drink festival takes place at the Shorehead carpark between 9am and 5pm. with a range of high quality locally produced goods (food, produce, drinks and crafts) and family activities (face painting, buskers and local entertainment. More info on Welcome to Fife’s event calendar
  • 24 Aug: St Andrews Street Market – Sample some of Fife’s finest, freshest produce from artisan producers. Includes cookery demonstrations, led walks, live music, family entertainment. 9am-2pm on Market Street, St Andrews. (Also runs on 7 Sept)
  • 31st Aug: Falkland Craft Market: One of the regular markets run to raise funds for Falkland Community Hall. It is a popular showcase for quality crafts, with a range of different stall holders. Free parking, KY15 7BX.

Sept

  • 1 Sept: Doors Open Day East Fife: Doors Open Days is Scotland’s largest free festival that celebrates heritage and the built environment.  It offers free access to over a thousand venues across the country throughout September, every year.  Lots of interesting venues open their doors across East, West and Central Fife including an old Curling Bothy in nearby Abdie, the Archaeology Room at St Andrew’s University, a 12th Century Kirk in Markinch, the 17th Century Melville Tomb in nearby Collessie and the Fortieshouse in Cupar. More info in the Fife 2019 Doors open brochure or at the Doors Open Day website.
  • 3 Sept: Balgove Larder Night Market – Runs on the first Tuesday of the month 5-9pm, with street food, hot and cold vendors, live butchery demos, and live music. (Also on 2 July, 6 Aug, plus two Xmas markets on 3/4 Dec). More details – Balgove Larder Night Market
  • 6th – 8th September: Dundee Food and Flower Festival – The Dundee Flower and Food Festival is Scotland’s largest competitive event and the region’s top lifestyle attraction, offering the best in horticulture, food and live entertainment. As one of Dundee’s major annual events, the festival has developed into a three-day extravaganza involving a host of attractions. Held at Camperdown park and there’s lots more info on their website.
  • 7 Sept: St Andrews Street Market – Sample some of Fife’s finest, freshest produce from artisan producers. Includes cookery demonstrations, led walks, live music, family entertainment. 9am-2pm on Market Street, St Andrews. (Also runs on 24 Aug)
  • 7th-15th September: Perthshire Open Studios – POS takes place in September each year. This year it runs from the 7th to the 15th of September. Many Venues will be open showing the work of a huge variety of artists and makers. See the website for more info on venues/routes and artists taking part.
  • 7th-8th Sept & 14th-15th Sept: Central Fife Open Studios – Central Fife Open Studios is an art trail that for the first time this year will take place on the first 2 weekends in September. It has been set up to give professional artists and designers in Central Fife the opportunity to show their work to the public and celebrate the wealth of talent in this area. More info on artists here.
  • 8 Sept: Doors Open Day Central Fife: Doors Open Days is Scotland’s largest free festival that celebrates heritage and the built environment.  It offers free access to over a thousand venues across the country throughout September, every year.  Lots of interesting venues open their doors across East, West and Central Fife including an old Curling Bothy in nearby Abdie, the Archaeology Room at St Andrew’s University, and a 12th Century Kirk in Markinch. More info in the Fife 2019 Doors open brochure or at the Doors Open Day website.
  • 8 Sept: Artisan and Vintage Market, The Stables, Culross: A cornucopia of collectables, curios and quirky creations. Come and support local talented makers and vintage traders. Vintage tearoom. Runs 11am – 3.30pm. See Welcome to Fife listing.
  • 9-15 Sept: Solheim Cup Women’s Golf – The Solheim Cup is the pinnacle of women’s golf with the best players from Europe and the USA going head-to-head in match play format. The 16th edition of the event takes place at Gleneagles (about 45 minutes from Kilbride Cottage) and promises to be one of the highlights on the world’s sporting calendar in 2019. See Solheim Cup website.
  • 14th-15th Sept (& 7th-8th Sept): Central Fife Open Studios – Central Fife Open Studios is an art trail that for the first time this year will take place on the first 2 weekends in September. It has been set up to give professional artists and designers in Central Fife the opportunity to show their work to the public and celebrate the wealth of talent in this area. More info on artists here.
  • 15 Sept: Doors Open Day West Fife: Doors Open Days is Scotland’s largest free festival that celebrates heritage and the built environment.  It offers free access to over a thousand venues across the country throughout September, every year.  Lots of interesting venues open their doors across East, West and Central Fife including an old Curling Bothy in nearby Abdie, the Archaeology Room at St Andrew’s University, and a 12th Century Kirk in Markinch. More info in the Fife 2019 Doors open brochure or at the Doors Open Day website.
  • 15th Sept: The Hidden Place Pop up Fayre: A relaxed afternoon of shopping with local crafters, artists, makers and creators selling their wares in an idyllic setting. The Marquee will be at the Falkland Heritage Trust’s Stables on Falkland Estate (home of Outlander) between 11am and 4pm. (KY15 7AF)
  • 21 Sept: Cupar Farmers’ Market: Regular market (3rd Sat of every month) with the opportunity to buy direct from local producers. open from 9am – 1pm. Stalls vary every time but include local meat (venison/buffalo/chicken/beef/pork), arbroath smokies, vegetables (including organic), breads, olives/deli, drinks (locally produced wine, spirits and beer), jams, fudge, flowers, handmade soaps, and craft work (woodwork, art, jewellery)
  • 21st Sept: Fife Airport Open Day – Fife Airport and Flying Club are holding an Open Day from 11am-4pm. There will be static displays of aircraft, charity stalls, a BBQ, air experience flights, children’s rides and much more. Free entrance to the event and free landings for all visiting aircraft (if you decide to bring your own airplane!) See fifeflyingclub.co.uk for more info
  • 26 Sept: A Taste of Fife – Enjoy a selection of food and drink while listening to readings from some of Fife’s best loved authors. Throw some music in from the fantastic James Yorkston and you have the perfect night out. Gorge yourself on great writing, give your ears a treat and enjoy a taste of Fife!  7.30 – 9pm, St Andrews Library (Church Square, KY16 9NN). More info at A Taste of Fife
  • 26-29 Sept: Dunhill Links Golf Championship Golf – A unique championship played at the Home of Golf in nearby St Andrews. The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship is one of the world’s leading golf events.  It is a magnet for golfers from every corner of the globe. A celebration of links golf, it is played over three magnificent courses – the Old Course (St Andrews), the Championship Course, Carnoustie (near Dundee) and Kingsbarns Golf Links (10km south of St Andrews). See website for details.
  • 29 Sept: Falkland Vintage Fayre – If you can tear yourself away from the final day of the Dunhill Links, Falkland (Home of Outlander) is hosting an autumn Vintage Fayre. There will be a wonderful mix of vintage and artisan traders selling clothing, jewellery, vintage records, homewares, and other unique items. 11am-4pm in Falkland Community Hall, Back Wynd, KY15 7BX. Parking and entry are free. More info on their facebook page.
  • 29 Sept: Hill of Tarvit Plant Sale and Autumn Fair🌱🌻 – This long established plant sale is a fantastic opportunity to purchase bare root and potted plants from an enormous selection on offer. 10:30am – 2:30pm
    Admission £2.00, children free. Read more about Hill of Tarvit House here

Oct

  • 6 Oct: Scottish Motor Racing Championships – For some fast-paced fun head to Knockhill for the final round of the season. finale which ends the racing season in a positively spectacular style. Scottish Championship Car Racing organised by the SMRC, has a superb range of racing classes, a super-slick racing format with around 18 races to entertain you during an action-packed afternoon. A must for petrol-heads and thrill seekers! See www.knockhill.com for more info
  • 11-13 Oct: University of St Andrews Folk Festival – A weekend of live music sessions, workshops and great Craic as traditional musicians get together in St Andrews. With world class musicians, Joy Dunlop and Assynt, the weekend is sure to be a hub for the best traditional music Scotland has to offer! Email tradsoc@st-andrews.ac.uk or message their facebook page for more information or to reserve your tickets.
    • Fri 11th
    • Welcome Session // Free//8pm+ // Sandy’s Bar, Union
    • Sat 12th
      • Gaelic Song Workshop with Joy Dunlop // £4 (£3 members)//12pm-1.30pm // Small Rehearsal Room, Union
      • Instrumental Workshop with Assynt // £4 (£3 members)
        3pm-4.30pm // Conference Room, The Byre Theatre
      • Joy Dunlop Concert // £7 (£6 members)//6.30pm-7.30pm // Club 601, Union
      • Assynt Concert // £7 (£6 members)//8pm-9pm // Club 601, Union
      • Late Night Ceilidh // £5 (£3 members)//10pm+ // Club 601, Union
    • Sun 13th
      • Scenic Session // Free//11am-12pm // St Mary’s on the Rocks
      • Farewell Session & Food//12.30pm-3pm // Molly Malones St Andrews
      • Email tradsoc@st-andrews.ac.uk or message their facebook page for more information or to reserve your tickets.
  • 12 Oct: Falkland Food Market – Popular local food market held in Falkland Community Hall, 10am – 12.30pm Stalls include bakery, preserves, meat, eggs, flowers, vegetables, fudge and much more, and all set in the home of Outlander!
  • 12 & 13 Oct: Open Weekend Jamesfield Farm Shop – A weekend long tasting and getting to know all of the businesses at Jamesfield Farm, Abernethy, KY14 6EW (just of the A913). Open 9am-5pm Sat and 10am-5pm Sun.
  • 12-13 Oct: Bowhouse Market – A celebration of the best food and drink from Fife and beyond with a host of food and drink producers and the opportunity to try a great selection of street food. Bowhouse Market Weekend will showcase Farm-to-Fork eating. The market will be filled with stalls from Fife’s best food producers, and Bowhouse resident maker Bibi’s Bakery will be showing people how to make their own summer garden with sugar flower making workshops. More info here
  • Until Oct 27: St Andrews Photography Festival – St Andrews has strong links with the early pioneers of photography. This year’s theme is “Science and Photography” . Exhibitions will show how photography evolved with the help of scientific advancements; how photography is used as a vital tool in various fields of science; and how science has inspired photographers to create art.  The Festival will run throughout the month of October in various indoor and outdoor venues around St Andrews, including The Byre Theatre. Exhibits range from galloping horses to the first child born under anaesthesia. See festival website for more details and venues
  • 16 Oct: Hidden Burgh, Restoring Cupar’s Place at the heart of Fife – Open Day displaying what has been discovered in the first year of this community heritage project by St Andrew’s University to uncover new information about the market town’s history. Original documents and volumes from the Burgh collection will be on display at Cupar Baptist Church Hall on the Bonnygate 3pm – 6.30pm
  • Thurs 17 & Fri 18 Oct: Hibernation Hidey-Holes 14:00 – 16:00 drop in – Shh! The animals are going to bed! Help them get ready for winter by discovering which animals hibernate, how the changing environment affects them and how they prepare for the coming winter. Then make your own pine cone creature and cosy hibernation habitat to take home; Bell Pettigrew Museum, Bute Medical Buildings, KY16 9TS
  • 17-20 Oct: St Andrews Voices – Scotland’s only festival dedicated to the voice and vocal music. A varied programme of events in nearby St Andrews showcasing the versatility and beauty of the human voice. Includes opera, cabaret, Lieder, folk, spoken word, choral, a capella, early music, new music and more. See website for more info.
  • 19 Oct: Cupar Farmers’ Market: Regular market (3rd Sat of every month) with the opportunity to buy direct from local producers. open from 9am – 1pm. Stalls vary every time but include local meat (venison/buffalo/chicken/beef/pork), Arbroath smokies, vegetables (including organic), breads, olives/deli, drinks (locally produced wine, spirits and beer), jams, fudge, flowers, handmade soaps, and craft work (woodwork, art, jewellery)

Nov

  • 8-10 Nov: Galloway Antiques Fair – At Scone Palace near Perth. Nationally known antiques and fine art dealers will be displaying items for sale including furniture, porcelain, glass, silver, jewellery, mirrors, sculptures, oriental rugs & carpets, and much more from the early Georgian through to the 1930s. (£6 entry). See website for more info.
  • 9 Nov: Letham Nights #64, with Tom McGuire and the Brassholes – Eclectic modern funk soul band from Glasgow play at our very own Letham Village Hall. Letham Nights began in December 2008 to bring high quality music to our village hall and provide a stage for local talent.  At the same time we wanted to work towards creating a zero carbon village hall. The events are renowned for their high quality music and the unique, warm and friendly atmosphere.  We really do put on THE BEST SMALL GIGS IN THE WORLD! More info at tickets at the Letham Nights website
  • 16 Nov: Cupar Farmers’ Market: Regular market (3rd Sat of every month) with the opportunity to buy direct from local producers. open from 9am – 1pm. Stalls vary every time but include local meat (venison/buffalo/chicken/beef/pork), arbroath smokies, vegetables (including organic), breads, olives/deli, drinks (locally produced wine, spirits and beer), jams, fudge, flowers, handmade soaps, and craft work (woodwork, art, jewellery)
  • 23-24 Nov: Festive Design Market, V&A Dundee – A unique festive shopping weekend showcasing the best independent design talent in a truly iconic setting! 1000-1700
  • 25-26 November: Christmas Pop-Ups at the Palace – The perfect opportunity to do your Christmas shopping in some regal surroundings in the State Rooms at Scone Palace, near Perth.  There will be lots of wonderful gifts, cards, decorations and speciality foods all selected for their originality, quality and craftmanship. (entry £7).   More info at Scone Palace What’s On
  • 28 November: Taypark House Christmas Market Night – Night market at the Stables at Taypark House in nearby Dundee.  5pm – 9pm. Plus there’s free gin, beer and soft drinks tastings along with Christmas music, hot chocolate, mulled wine and festive wood fired pizzas.  This year there’s also a twin star marquee (heated) with live acoustic music to kick off the festive season in style. See Taypark House events for more info.

Dec

  • 30 Nov-1 Dec: Winter Fayre, Verdant Works, Dundee – Drop on to the High Mill for some mulled wine, mince pies and Xmas shopping with a variety of talented makers, designers, crafters and creators. Verdant Works is a museum which tells the story of Dundee’s industrial textile heritage. Open 1100 – 1600
  • 3-4 Dec: Balgove Larder Festive Night Market – Festive night market with street food, hot and cold vendors, live butchery demos, and live music. More details – Balgove Larder Night Market
  • 21 Dec: Cupar Farmers’ Market: Regular market (3rd Sat of every month) with the opportunity to buy direct from local producers. open from 9am – 1pm. Stalls vary every time but include local meat (venison/buffalo/chicken/beef/pork), Arbroath smokies, vegetables (including organic), breads, olives/deli, drinks (locally produced wine, spirits and beer), jams, fudge, flowers, handmade soaps, and craft work (woodwork, art, jewellery)
  • Details of more Christmas markets added as we find them!