FARMERS MARKETS

When: Second Saturday of Every Month
Next Market: 13th November 2021
Where: Mortlach Memorial Hall, 6 Albert Pl. Dufftown.
Time: 10am – 1pm

Confirmed stallholders:
Produce – Anns Chocolate Creations, Bogmoon Bees, Holy Moly Bakes, Lettoch Farm Coffee, Moray Hog Roast, Northern CBD, Soapy Earth, Spey Valley Honey, The Crab Company, Woodmill Game

Crafters/Small business – Acorn Kids Moray, Archimedes Treasures, Blossom and Fawn, The Crafty Highlander, Highland Tide Designs, Jessie Wood – knits and quilts, Karen Vidler – staves, Made by Jacie of Aberlour, Rebecca Underdown Art, Rothes Community Ltd, Westfield Croft

Returning in November for our 5th farmers market we are hoping that the weather stays dry…

You’ll be pleased to see our regular stall holders returning, as well as welcoming some new ones to the market, and you’ll be thrilled to know that Moray Hog Roast will be attending on the day, so come along for some delicious slow roasted pork.

Please use the market as an opportunity to explore and support the other businesses in Dufftown, and pop along to the Dufftown Glassworks who are running a craft fair in their premises.

Once again, the Memorial Hall will be selling bacon rolls and soup from the back hall to help them raise funds, and this month we will be supporting Speyside Youth to raise valuable funds to support their aims, as well as hosting Foundation Scotland and Fred Olson Renewables so come along to pick up some more information.

As usual we would love to get your feedback regarding the market, how it is run, and the variety that we provide, so please help send us your feedback.

All funds raised by the market go back into the trust to support a range of local projects, that you can find here.

If you or someone you know is interested in a stall please get in touch by emailing markets@dmdt.org.uk or download an application form here.

Once you’ve filled in the form please send it back to us at markets@dmdt.org.uk


As an extension of the monthly farmers markets, the Christmas Market 2021 will be a welcome event to brighten the community’s spirits after a prolonged time of uncertainty. More details will be unveiled in the coming months, but we would ask if anyone would like to volunteer, get more information or take part to please contact us directly.