Culbokie Community Market
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Covid-19 Community Markets update
Posted on 1 April 2020
All Community Markets are closed for the time being, but some stallholders are co-operating to set up a mini-outdoor-market. The outdoor markets will be held in Culbokie and North Kessock on Saturday mornings until further notice. Fish, venison, beef and chocolate are currently available.
For anyone attending, please act responsibly:
Keep a 2m separation at all times. Only one customer at a time and do not approach the van/stall until asked to do so.
Payments are by contactless card.
The markets will take place at:
Findon Hall Car Park between 10am and 11am
North Kessock Village Hall Car Park from 11.30am to 12.30pm
Culbokie was the first community market on the Black Isle, established by Ferintosh Community Council and now run by the Culbokie Community Trust. It inspired us to copy the idea and is flourishing. It takes place at the FINDON HALL, CULBOKIE on the 3rd Saturday of each month between 10 am and 12.30
"Bringing high quality, local food and other products and services to you"
Regular stalls include:
Easter Balmungie eggs, Ullapool oatcakes and shortbread
Lesley and George Bethune crafts, cards and woodturning
Douglas Anderson fresh vegetables
Bogallan Beef Black Isle Highland beef from the Munlochy Fold
Roslind MacNaughton cushions, place mats
Sheenagh Harrison cards, prints and paintings
Strathpeffer Artisan Bread organic bread
Jo’s Plants top quality locally grown plants
The Chocolate Place, Inverness handmade chocolate
Jo Finn cards, books, aprons
Panacea herbal remedies and products
Rowanhill Natural Crafts preserves and tablet
Mary Neale cushions, home baking, preserves and woodcarving
Macmillan Cancer Support fundraiser for local needs
Culbokie Community Trust community information
The Cheese House cheese from Scotland, the Netherlands and elsewhere
Gordon Stewart Phoenix Trading greetings cards, giftwrap, gift boxes and more
Riverside Silver - Tom Didcott handmade rings/pendants/bracelets/earrings
Forest to Fork local venison
Highland Home Spun hand dried yarn, wool curl, wool felting supplies, pictures
Scottish Unbakery gluten-free cakes
Teas, soup and home-baking are available – catch up with friends and help raise funds for local community groups and charities.
Sylvie Main is the market organiser; contact Sylvie to book a stall or for information about the Community Market.
- Saturday 16 January
- 10:00 Culbokie outdoor market resumes
- Monday 18 January
- 13:00 Highland Good Food Conference - Session 2
- Thursday 21 January
- 19:30 TBI Admin meeting online 7.30
- 19:00 Release of 'This Good Earth' documentary
- Monday 25 January
- 13:00 Highland Good Food Conference - Session 3
- Tuesday 26 January
- 19:30 Economics for Activists 3 - Beth Stratford
- Monday 1 February
- 13:00 Highland Good Food Conference - Session 4
- Thursday 4 February
- 09:30 SFHA / Changeworks virtual conference - 'Housing now, Housing's future'
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