Forfar Farmers Market


On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held inside the Strathmore Hall at the Mart off John Street in Forfar. 

Here's a little list of some of the stalls and producers at the market. Click on each to see their websites for more information.

Ashbrook Nursery 01241 873408
Braes of Coul Beef and Lamb 01575 560214
John Reid & Son 01382 380255
Mackie Produce 01307 426116
Myreside Organics 07872057985
Normas Homemade Preserves 01356 648144
Storm Cakes 07788923787
The market is now an established event for local people and producers in the area, and is attracting more people to visit the area by offering high-quality local produce, including organically grown or manufactured goods. 

Angus Farmers Market is part of Angus Council’s Taste of Angus campaign, 
which has been established to raise awareness locally and nationally of the excellent food and drink grown, made, harvested, caught and smoked across Angus.

There's Arbroath Smokies; beef and lamb from the Angus Glens; jams, marmalades and chutneys made in local farmhouses; fresh vegetables from nearby farms; pork and ham from Puddledub porks herd of free-range pigs; and soft fruit picked in the Angus berry fields. Come meet the producers, buy local and know more about your food. 

More information at Angus Farmers Market 

Every month at the Forfar market WeeCOOK using a variety of products available from
stallholders. Come join us for free cookery demonstrations, recipes, and simple hints
and tips on what to do with some of great ingredients available to buy at the market.There's usually a few free tasters going too! 

Click here for the recipes used at the market to try out at home or share with friends!

The market is great fun for the children too. Each month we also have one interactive cookery demonstration for the kids, they can learn about the ingredients and make and eat their creations! Please get in touch for more information.

Angus Farmers Markets