UKMD Regional: News & Updates

NeighbourFood Looking to Broaden Reach

NeighbourFood Looking to Broaden Reach

The country’s leading digital farmers’ market, NeighbourFood is looking to reach new producers, suppliers and market organisers as Coronavirus restrictions increase online demand for quality local produce.

Post Office Swaps Letters for Lettuce

Post Office Swaps Letters for Lettuce

Killin’s first digital farmer’s market will open on Monday 13 April with weekly food collections from the village post office on Fridays between 3 and 5 pm.

Local Food and Drink Businesses Adapt to Crisis

Local food and drink businesses are adapting to the challenges posed by Covid-19 to support the local community in a time of need. The Kitchen at 44 King Street and Transition Stirling have been working together to distribute free food during the crisis, helping to...

Spring Market Weekends at Bowhouse 2020

Spring Market Weekends at Bowhouse 2020

**UPDATE** After an in-depth team meeting we have decided to change how we approach the Bowhouse Spring Market weekends as we know them. Unfortunately this does mean that both April and May weekends will not be going ahead as planned due to continuous changes and...

Food and drink funding – celebrating local produce

Food and drink funding – celebrating local produce

Regional projects and businesses across Scotland have been awarded funding to promote locally sourced food and drink. A total of 21 projects will share £95,550 from the Connect Local Regional Food Fund. Rural Affairs Minister Mairi Gougeon announced the funding on a...

Industry Announces New Collaboration Fund To Boost City Economy 

Industry Announces New Collaboration Fund To Boost City Economy 

Experience Glasgow calls for businesses to be brave and undertake collaborative working to help grow the visitor tourism economy.  Over 60 leaders from top businesses including Mharsanta, Native, Red Bus Bistro and MacIntosh at The Willow came together at the Glasgow...