– Foodies will Flock to Farmers Market in Glasgow on 19 March 2011

From: DirectRooms
Published: Wed Feb 16 2011

The event which will be held in Glasgow’s Queen’s Park on Langside Road is free to enter and offers for those in attendance access to some of the finest fresh food in Scotland – at prices that are direct from the supplier.

Foodies will find an array of appetising offerings at the farmer’s market from smoked Scottish salmon to heather honey. Stalls offering organic cheeses and ethically reared meats will also be available and visitors will be invited to sample many of the delights before deciding whether to buy. A popular attraction with locals and visitors alike the Glasgow farmers market which is open from 10am to 3pm and offers a range of tasty lunch choices as well, is free to enter and represents the true taste of Scotland.

Lek Boonlert, head of marketing at said: "The Glasgow Farmers market is just one of the exciting attractions that this vibrant Scottish city has to offer and is expected to bring a number of people to the city in the month of March. With so much happening in Glasgow all the time, accommodation can become booked up quite quickly, which is why we would advise anyone who is planning to travel to the city for this or any other event to look into Glasgow hotels as soon as possible and ensure they secure their rooms well in advance".


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