Sunday farmers’ markets
Gone are the days when grocery stores were the only viable option for food shopping. In fact, as more people choose a low-waste lifestyle, old-fashioned farmers’ markets have become more common and attractive once again. We host a traditional farmers’ market every Sunday. Here, locals and friends from farther afield get together to catch up, buy gifts and treats, or do their weekly shopping.
The East Linton Sunday market is a cornerstone of our local sustainable way of life. Our stallholders sell fresh and tasty fruit and veg, cheese, eggs, and meat. You can also discover beautiful one-off pieces at the craft and car-boot stalls. Other highlights include the famous fishmonger, an artisan salt seller, and a specialist Italian food shop. Don’t miss the mouth-watering fresh pasta! Our craft and collectables sellers always have something delightful, too. Keep an eye out for vintage tools, wax melts and beautiful toys.
Our market is proudly seasonal. Not only does shopping seasonally mean your food is nutritious and fresh, but it’s also a fun way to connect with the turning of the year in East Lothian. After all, nothing beats a ripe summer berry, or locally-grown root vegetables in your winter’s stew.
Come and get to know your local farmer and your food any Sunday from 09.30-14.30. You can find us at The East Linton Sales Ground, Station Road, East Linton, EH40 3DN.
New stallholders welcome
We always welcome new sellers into our close community. We have been enjoying the success of our market together for years, reaching over 1300 people in mid-winter at our last count. It costs £10 a day to rent a pitch.
Rules and requests for stallholders
Our rules aim to create a friendly, inclusive and efficiently-run day for all to enjoy. Please self-monitor the rules and help us enforce them.
We’ve also got a couple of requests. Every stallholder plays a crucial role in making our market a success, so please take them to heart.
We hope to make our Sunday farmer’s market thrive. By following our rules and doing your bit, you’ll help us make it more viable and sustainable in the long run. We aim to become one of the best Sunday markets in Scotland – help us make that happen!