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Hoping for sunshine market

Section:  Moffat

ORGANISERS are hoping for a sun soaked Moffat Farmers Market this Sunday as they offer a come and try gold panning experience.

And boasting about some the the stalls appearing this month, a spokeswoman said: “This well established market has a very diverse range of fresh produce including local honey, handmade chocolates, freshly ground coffee and homemade soups and baking.

“This month Greybe Fine Olive Products is coming as a regular after a very successful market last month as well as Gallovidian Liqueurs.”

She added: “With the Gold Panning championships coming up in August customers can visit the promotional stand which gives all the information as well as a chance to have a go at the art of gold panning.

“The committee would also like to extend their thanks to Willie McRobert for keeping customers and vendors entertained last month with his accordion music.”


The event takes place a the town hall from 10.30 am to 3 pm.

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