Farmers’ Market returns to city’s west end next Sunday

02/04/2024

FOLLOWING the huge success of the local producers’ seasonal market last year, the West End Farmers’ Market is coming back to Aberdeen on Sunday April 7. The market will take place in the back garden of Fountainhall Church at the Cross and neighbouring areas in Albyn Place from 10 am until 1 pm this coming Sunday.

Born last Spring with the aim to bring a real community attraction to the city and to help smaller, local, independent businesses bring their products direct to the market, the West End Farmers’ Market will take place every first Sunday of the month during the Spring and Summer months. The new dates will be April 7, May 5, June 2, July 7, August 4 and September 1.

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New surprises await the public in this new edition of the West End Farmers’ Market, as new stall holders have signed up this year. However, we are only allowed to hint that it won’t disappoint the visitors! From delicious bakery items to very fresh products brought directly from the sea and the farm, the public visiting the market will be able to treat themselves and their families with local food items of an exceptional quality.

For more information about the market or if you are interested in having a stall in future editions, contact the organisers through their facebook page www.facebook.com/farmersmarketqueenscross/

The day out can be completed with a tea, coffee or lunch at Cognito at the Cross and a visit to the halls that the venue Fountainhall at the Cross have available to hire for formal and informal gatherings. Equipped with the latest AV technology, the modern and flexible spaces at Fountainhall at the Cross can accommodate events from 4 people up to 350 people such as concerts, AGMs, training days and workshops. Hirers can also benefit from the hospitality services of Cognito at the Cross, the onsite café. For more information about the halls, contact Marina Vega on mvega@fountainhallchurch.org.uk , visit www.fountainhallchruch.org.uk or www.facebook.com/fountainhallchurch.

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