A Busy Market
The place to be for Alford folk and visitors on the fourth Saturday of each month
The Glennie children showed their artistic talents in producing these colourful characters for the October market
Market Panorama Cushnie Handbell Ringers at the November Market 2009
An enjoyable programme of music from three members of this local music group brought a festive feel to the November Market. Cushnie Handbell Ringers are currently recruiting new members, so why not give this rewarding pastime a go?....click on the photograph above to visit their webpage.
Alford Heritage Centre and Museum stalwarts, Gladys and Irene, providing essential refreshments (proceeds helping to raise funds for the Museum).
A wet day in November......
....but trade was still steady and traders sold out by the afternoon!
Cup Cakes Galore!
Superb display from the Aboyne Complementary Health Stall.
Scotch Broth, a traditional music group formed as a spin-off from the SCAT organisation, performed and entertained market shoppers at the April 2010 Alford Farmers' Market.
Meeting the Voters
In the run up to the forthcoming 2010 General Election, Cllr Alistair Ross and Sir Robert Smith MP, were spotted at the April Farmers' Market and agreed to having their photograph taken (and before I'm accused of bias, the other candidates could have had similar exposure, but were nowhere to be seen!).