>> 19 November 2016
At the instigation of an Aberdeenshire councillor, two Royal Deeside restaurants have joined forces with local crafts people to provide the ideal opportunity for relaxing dining while doing Christmas Shopping.
The Falls of Feugh restaurant in Banchory will host a ‘Made in Marr’ pop-up on Thursday 23rd November.
Owner/Chef John Chomba said:
Young entrepreneur Thomas Drummond’s new Bistro in the Learney Arms, Torphins will host pop-ups on Wednesdays 14th and 21st December and are designed to coincide the weekly food market.
Thomas Drummond said:
Made in Marr is the brainchild of Councillor Geva Blackett (SNP-Aboyne, Upper Deeside & Donside) who commented:
Stalls will vary over the three days but will include ceramics and glassware made locally by Listening Owl Pots; paintings, cards and other unique products from Mark4Art, baby and children’s clothing from Tracey Coutts-Trotters new range and beautiful leather goods by Kathy Greaves (http://www.klgdeehide.com).