STIRLING’s Farmers’ Market returns this weekend with two new stallholders.

The market will be open on Port Street this Saturday, February 27, from 10am until 4pm.

Highland Boundary will be making their debut with a unique range of award-winning infused spirits, produced on their Perthshire farm near Alyth.

Combining locally foraged botanicals with natural spring water and grain spirit their delicious concoctions are perfect on their own or combined into cocktails.

Also making their first appearance at the market will be Black Dog Coffee from Linlithgow.

Having abandoned his previous career in chemistry, founder Colin Campbell has spent the past few years turning his passion for coffee into a full time job, sourcing and roasting beans from India, Uganda and Colombia with the sole aim of helping people enjoy a better cup of coffee.

Regular stallholders at this month’s market will also be offering fresh fish & shellfish, chilli jams & jellies, sourdough bread and bakery products.

There will also be butter & award-winning cheeses, sausage rolls, free range hens’ & ducks’ eggs, highland beef, cakes, traybakes & pastries and handmade soaps.

Social distancing measures will be in place on Port Street so the market will still be running at half capacity with only essential food and drink on offer again this week.

The organisers ask that any customers give other shoppers space and use the hygiene stations provided.

Although face coverings are not required outdoors they are recommended when visiting stalls and all stallholders will be wearing them.

If you have any symptoms or have tested positive please stay at home to keep others safe.

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