Kirkcaldy Farmers Market
The Keepie Uppie Challenge
The venue is Kirkcaldy Town Square, beside the Farmers’ Market.
It will be held on Saturday 25th March between 11am and 1pm.
Schoolchildren between Primary 5 (P5) and Secondary 6 (S6) inclusive are eligible to participate.
The challenge is to juggle the ball up and down a course and finish by scoring into a goal.
Children will participate in three separate categories:
P5, P6 and P7 will start at 11.15am
S1 and S2 will start at 11.45am
S3, S4, S5 and S6 will start at 12.15pm.
Times to complete the challenge will be recorded those with the best times in each category will be invited to take part in a final at half time at Starks Park on Saturday 15th April.
The winners of the final will be presented with a prize at the forthcoming Jim Baxter Celebration event.
Each child wishing to participate should be accompanied by an adult.
Craig Easton and members of the Raith Rovers Player Development Squad will be there to give demonstrations.
Last Saturday of every month 9am - 1pm (except December)2017 Saturday 23rd December
Town Square is where you will find us a lovely location to stroll around the stalls.
Kirkcaldy market has grown over the year with many new stallholders and loyal customers reguarly attend. If you haqve not been to the market you would be very surprised whats on offer, with fresh smoked smokies and a great selection of fresh fish Iain Spink has to be your first stop, then with Chicken, Pork, Beef, Lamb, and Water Buffalo this offers as great choice if you rather have Game then in season now Pheasant will shortly be available and of course Venison is always available.
Then its cheese! you can get no more local than this great Cheddars, Arran Cheese have a huge selection. Preserves, Fresh Vegetables, Home Baking, fresh Eggs and much more, there is something for everyone in a beautiful square with seating so why not visit.
Producers with stalls at this market:
(NB. Not all producers will attend every monthly market)
Meat, Fish & Dairy
- Brewsters (Scotland) Ltd, Dawn Dark
- Arran's Cheese Shop, Gordon Stewart
- Arbroath Smokies, Iain Spink
- The Buffalo Farm, Steven Mitchell
- Dalachy Beef & Lamb, Tom Inglis
- Puddledub Pork, Tom Mitchell
- Seriously Good Venison, Vikki Banks
Fruit & Vegetables
Preserves & Beverages
Baking & Confectionery
Plants & Flowers
- Meadowsweet Organics, Rosy Mclean
- Caurnie Soaps, Jim Little
- Kirriemuir Briquette & Boutique Log Company, Mark Petrie
- Guy Wade, Screaming Peacock