Sunday, 19 September 2010

ENKCA goes to Memus and the Glens Country Market



Cortachy Under5s explore some of the produce being gathered up for sale at Memus.

Memus and the Glens community’s invitation to ‘Come out to the Country’ to their Country Market has attracted an enthusiastic response.
The harvest season market is to be held in Memus hall on Saturday, September 25th 10 am – 2pm.

Hall committee member, Irene Burrows, said, “The Country Market is a new venture for the community but it has proved popular. Most of the stalls have already been booked by a good range of producers from our own locality and the wider area. It is encouraging that the neighbouring community of Eassie, Nevay and Kirkinch has endorsed our plan to hold the market by booking two stalls – one selling produce and preserves and another with hobby and leisure equipment and materials. In addition to that, we will have a harvest of local fruit, veg and plants and the ever popular, home baking. There will be handmade items from jewellery and handbags to gift and homewares, craft materials, cookery utensils, vintage goods and treasures from the attic, greetings cards and books for sale and entertainment for children.

Tea, coffee and home baking will be served throughout the day, with soup and rolls available at lunchtime.

For further details, contact Jane Butterworth 01356 650313 or Irene Burrows on 01356 650374.

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