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Farmer's Markets in the Cairngorms National Park

Cairngorms Farmers Market

The Cairngorms Farmers Market is a made up of a group of quality local food and craft producers from within the Cairngorms National Park and its environs. In addition to the beef and lamb the area is best known for there is also a range of other fresh farm products available including, smoked brown trout, vegetables, home-baking, ice cream, preserves and eggs.

Cairngorms Farmers Market

The variety of crafts made locally continues to increase and only quality craftspeople who offer their own unique products are invited a wealth of pottery, candles, soaps, handcrafted cards, home decorations, jewellery, furniture and decorative items made from wood to name but a few.
This mix of quality producers offer you some of the best local food and crafts available in the Cairngorms National Park all at one venue. Ideal for regular shopping or holiday presents.
The Cairngorms Farmers Market will be holding regular markets in Aviemore and Grantown on Spey as well as attending events across the Cairngorms National Park. Great days out at a variety of venues! We look forward to meeting you very soon!   

'Take a slice of the Cairngorms home with you'

Details of all producers can be found on their facebook page

Ballater Farmer's MarketBallater Farmer's Market

The Ballater Farmer's Market is currently in it's first year and so far it has been a great success. 

It is located on the Ballater Glenmuick Church Green every 4th Saturday of every month (May - October) from 10am - 2pm.

There are a variety of local food stalls from very close by, to all over Aberdeenshire that we love to support. We hope that you can come along to one of the markets. 

"Eat fresh. Eat local."

Find out more on the Ballater Farmer's Market Facebook page.