Bowhouse market weekends will return this autumn and winter, allowing visitors to shop from a curated range of small food and drink producers, as well as enjoying street food and live music.
Taking place on the second weekend in September, October, November and December the events now include the opportunity to pre-order food and drink online at Bowhouse Link - enabling customers to get exclusive access from 9 – 11am on the Saturday.
Bowhouse Link was launched during lockdown, as a weekly online market on the Open Food Network to enable customers to continue shopping from Bowhouse based and local artisan makers.
Customers can shop Monday to Wednesday the week before the market weekend from a range of selected producers.
Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September
Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 October
Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 November
Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 December
Priority access for Bowhouse Link customers 9-11am on Saturdays; open access from 11am - 4pm on Saturdays and 10am - 4pm on Sundays.
The Market Weekends are free to attend.
Visitors can look forward to wholemeal organic flours from Scotland the Bread, organic vegetables and salads from East Neuk Market Garden, organic beef, lamb, venison and pork from Butchery at Bowhouse, as well as further traders to be announced.
Those who enjoy their street food will be able to enjoy a range of offerings with September’s event including James Ferguson from the acclaimed Kinneuchar Inn cooking on the wood fired oven in the café, plant-based Faceplant food and Ròst.
Coffees will be available from MacLaurin’s and Flahute. Bowhouse’s resident brewery and tap room, Futtle, will be opening their bottle shop with a range of rums, ciders, beers and natural wines.
For added precaution and ease of use, parking will be well spaced and there will be plenty of outdoor seating.
Hand sanitiser points will be available throughout and only contactless payment will be available. A one-way system will be operating within the Market Hall.
Based on Balcaskie Estate, Bowhouse opened in 2017 to provide the missing link between farm and fork, with a mission to connect maker with consumer.
The winter market weekends in November and December will also see the return of the popular craft area, with stalls carefully curated by TeaGreen Events, ideal for Christmas shoppers.