YOUR GUIDE TO WHAT'S ON & PLACES TO VISIT IN AYRSHIRE
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July

AYRSHIRE FARMERS MARKET
Kyle Centre Car Park, Ayr

AYRSHIRE FARMERS MARKET

When you buy from a farmers market, you can talk directly to the producer, be sure that the produce is fresh and prepared to the highest standard.You can also be sure that the sum paid is going to the farmer / producer and not to middlemen or on unnecessary packaging. It is important to remember that by using these venues that you are supporting the local economy and sustaining local jobs.

  www.ayrshirefarmersmarket.co.uk
Saturday 4th July 2015 9am - 1pm

CAR BOOT SALE & LOCAL CRAFTS
The Carrick Centre, Culzean Road, Maybole (next to train station)

CAR BOOT SALE & LOCAL CRAFTS

Bric-a-Brac, Home-baking & Local Crafters. Café serving hot filled rolls, delicious lunches, freshly ground coffees and speciality teas. Café Open 10am – 4.30pm. Children's Soft Play only £1/hr.

Come along for a browse or book your space to sell (£5/external, £10/internal)

Free admission.

01655 883222 www.carrickcentre.co.uk
Saturday 4th July 2015 10am - 2pm

AYRSHIRE ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR
Troon Concert Hall

AYRSHIRE ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR

Ayrshire's BIGGEST craft fair takes place each month in the Troon Concert Hall. With 40 stalls and thousands of hand-crafted items at affordable prices it's a great place to buy unique gifts & cards, or just to treat yourself!

Admission to the event is FREE, so why not pop in and take a look?

  www.ayrshirecraftfair.co.uk
Saturday 4th July 2015 11am - 4.30pm

AYRSHIRE FARMERS MARKET
The Cross, Kilmarnock

AYRSHIRE FARMERS MARKET

When you buy from a farmers market, you can talk directly to the producer, be sure that the produce is fresh and prepared to the highest standard.You can also be sure that the sum paid is going to the farmer / producer and not to middlemen or on unnecessary packaging. It is important to remember that by using these venues that you are supporting the local economy and sustaining local jobs.

  www.ayrshirefarmersmarket.co.uk
Saturday 18th July 2015 9am - 1pm

THE JACK AND JILL MARKET
Ayr Racecourse, Whitletts Road, Ayr

THE JACK AND JILL MARKET

50 stalls bursting with quality nearly-new maternity, baby, and children's gear (0-9yrs). Hundreds of mums and families at each market are delighted to find quality, nearly-new items at fantastic prices and collectively make thousands of pounds of savings.

Entry £1.50 Adults. Children free. Book a stall to sell quality items you no longer use and keep 100% of what you make.

To book visit the website.

  www.jackandjillmarket.co.uk
Saturday 18th July 2015 10am - 1pm

SCOTFAIRS ANTIQUE COLLECTORS FAIR
Citadel Leisure Centre, Ayr

SCOTFAIRS ANTIQUE COLLECTORS FAIR

A great shopping experience, antiques for the connoisseur, hidden treasures for the experts, specialist items for the experienced collector, and 1000s of interesting, beautiful and affordable items for the general public.

Come along and enjoy the informal atmosphere of the market! Always on offer for sale - pottery, porcelain, glass, antique and estate jewellery, costume jewellery, pictures and prints, books, copper and brass, silver, linen, small items of furniture and collectors items such as coins, postcards, stamps, militaria, football memorabilia, ephemera etc.

Admission £1.50, Accompanied Child Free.

01764 654555 www.scotfairs.co.uk
Saturday 25th July 2015 10.30am – 4pm

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Why not grab yourself a bargain by browsing the car boot sales in Ayrshire.

There are also regular craft and Antique Fairs where you may well come across some unusual items.

The farmers markets are an excellent opportunity to purchase fresh local produce direct from the farmer.