Local farmers market held on 1st Saturday of every month between 9-1pm in St Andrews
May 2016 Events
Events across Scotland in May 2016.
Week of events from local wildlife companies and tourism organisations.
Local produce, crafts and gift market with local artwork, gifts and food. Every Friday from 25th March - 16th December
Dating back to 1998 Ballater Walking Festival has been organising walks for walkers of all capabilities. Cancelled in 2016
Local farmers market held in the High Street on the 2nd Saturday of each month
Largest of the Farmers' markets in the North of Scotland. held every FIRST saturday of the month between 08:30 till 3pm in centre of Inverness
Aberdeenshire Youth Games, which is part of the Games for Scotland programme will have colorful activity day apart from an equally impressive opening and closing ceremony.
A huge range of guided walks, talks and workshops held every day led by experts to celebrate the natural beauty and flora and fauna of the Isle of Colonsay. Also local art, craft, photography and cooking classes.
Folk festival held in the far north on Shetland featuring wide range of local and national musicians.
The 29th Isle of Bute Jazz Festival will take place in Rothesay on the Scottish Island of Bute.
Boswell Book Festival will be held in May 2014 at Auchinleck House, by Auchinleck
Moniaive probably has more musical events and festivals (per head of population) than anywhere else in the country. And with a sizeable group of traditional musicians living in the village and surrounding countryside our pub sessions are amongst the finest.
Sessions, piping competitions, workshops, and more.
The Scribbler's Picnic is one of the highlights of Stirling's live music scene and is always a cracking day out. This year promises to better than ever with a great list of acts, loads of stalls, fun and games. Scribblers is raising money for 5 cancer charities.
Festival of Museums is one of Scotland’s most innovative and exciting programmes designed to ignite the imagination and celebrate Scotland’s wealth of culture. It coincides with other Europe-wide celebrations of the many eclectic cultural experiences offered to visitors by museums and galleries.
Arran Mountain festival offers a diverse fare including wildlife-watching , challenging walks and an unforgettable experience in Arran, which is one of the most accessible of the Scottish islands.
TweedLove Bike Festival 2016 features twelve days of riding bikes and good times in the Tweed Valley. New events and great new courses will be the main attractions this year.
A popular agricultural show that features trade stands, craft tent, light horse section, Clydesdale horses, private driving and lots more.
Explore the diverse wild life of the Orkneys with guided walks to hills full of harriers, lochs abounding with trout, waders and wildfowl, and bays awash with seals and seabirds, whilst getting a taste for the best spirits in the world.
A market with a wide range of local produce and crafts, featuring over 20 stalls. Last Saturday of every month in Haddington in East Lothian
Famers Market in Montrose on the fiest Saturday of every month in Montrose and 2nd Saturday in Forfar
A Scottish Farmers market with a continental heart - quality local artisan crafts too! Open every Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
Large local market held on first and last Saturday every month between 9-5 in Belmont Street
Local farmer's market held every Saturday in Wick between 09:30 till about 4pm. Arrive early for best produce. In Market Square
Most northerly farmers market in the world probably! Held last Saturday of every month Jan-November and also 2nd Saturday of the month in May, June, July & December
Two soldiers meet after the Battle of Stirling Brig from opposing sides - what happens? Historical drama that explores issues at Wallace Monument on various dates through the year. see webpage below
Themed on Whisky, Food, Music and the Heritage & Culture of Speyside, the Festival will offer a wide array of quality events.
A weekend community folk festival run by Girvan Folk Club featuring a range of open sessions, concerts, workshops and children's events.
Enjoy the wonderful Bluebell displays in the woodlands of Inveraray Castle throughout May...
Newton Stewart walking festival is one of the biggest walking festivals in the South of Scotland.
An interesting and diverse festival that brings together various breeds o farm animals like Cattle and sheep.
Burns an' a' that! Festival will be held on in May at Various venues, Ayrshire.
The annual Walking Festival in the Irvine Valley Area of East Ayrshire, Scotland now into the 12th year offers a selection of walk of varying distances and gradings.
This year the Fife Traditional Singing Weekend will feature artists from England, Scotland, Ireland and the USA. The line up also features many guest artists like Bernie Cherry and Kathy Hobkirk among others.
Ayr County Show where the farmers of Ayrshire get to show off their best animals, enjoy a banter and down a few at Ayr Racecourse, Ayr.
A feast of West Coast food, wine and entertainment.