Fete and Farmers Market for Culross
Published 19 Jul 2012 09:30 0 Comments
Villagers in Culross will be able to enjoy a taste of 19th century-style transport among a variety of attractions at this year's summer fete and farmer's market on Sunday 29th July.
Robert Nelson will provide two horses and carts at the event - which will kick off at 11am - that will offer tours around the village.
Organisers are promising a great family day out with stalls selling homemade jams and cakes, plants and shrubs, plus stalls and demonstrations of country crafts and wood whittling.
Music and commentary will be provided by Radio West Fife for the event which is being held on a Sunday for the first time.
Culross and Torryburn church have been working together with Culross Development Trust to put together the day of fun, which will be opened by Culross Festival chairman Roy McCormack.
There will also be a number of raffle prizes up for grabs including designer clothes from New York, a meal for two at the Red Lion Inn and a meal for two at the Biscuit Cafe.