Fortrose Community Market

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Covid-19  Community Markets update

January 2022

Culbokie and North Kessock Community Markets re-opened in September for the first time since March 2020, and will continue in 2022 on their usual monthly schedule.   Future dates  for Culbokie are 20 February, 20 March and 17 April, and for North Kessock 29 January, 26 February, 26 March and 30 April.

Fortrose and Cromarty markets remain closed for the time being, but discussions are under way with a view to re-opening at Cromarty.

The outdoor markets started in April 2020 are continuing.  They are held in Culbokie and North Kessock on Saturday mornings, and fish, venison, beef and chocolate are regularly available.

For anyone attending, please act responsibly and observe Covid-19 restrictions currently in force.

Payments are by contactless card.The markets will take place at:Findon Hall Car Park between 10am and 11amNorth Kessock Village Hall Car Park from 11.30am to 12.30pm

The most recent addition to the Black Isle Community Markets started in August 2018. From May 2019 onwards it will be re-locating to bigger premises at the Community Theatre, in the Academy complex. The market is held on the first Saturday of each month, from 10.00 to 12.30. 

Those who already enjoy the local food and crafts on offer at the existing Black Isle community markets will need no introduction to this one. For those who haven't tried them, come along, buy great quality local produce, meet the suppliers, have a chat with us about what's going on, meet friends and have a cuppa.


A stall at the first Fortrose market in August 2018


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