We’re delighted to be launching our Bridge of Allan Food Hub on Wednesday 20th May for home delivery of orders between 5pm and 9pm on Wednesday 27th May. After that the market will go live every Wednesday evening, closing the following Monday night, for Wednesday evening deliveries.
Very much looking forward to providing our customers with an easy and convenient online farmer's market experience and a choice of wonderful produce, with safe, doorstep delivery.
At this difficult time, we are hoping to help the community by connecting with residents in our local area, many of who may be in isolation or shielding, and offering safe delivery of fresh produce, direct to their door.
We also hope to support small businesses, who might otherwise struggle to survive at the moment, To connect with and build a new customer base.
Until lockdown restrictions are eased, we’ll be running a home delivery service to Bridge of Allan, Causewayhead, Stirling, Stirling University, Cornton, Cambuskenneth, Blairlogie, Riverside, Raploch, Bannockburn, St Ninians, Whins of Milton, Cambusbaron, Cowie, Throsk, Fallin, Plean, Tullibody, Cambus, Fishcross, Glenochil, Menstrie, Alva, Alloa, Tillicoultry, Dollar, Sauchie, Coalsnaughton, Falkirk and surrounding areas, between 5pm and 9pm.
We hope to have a wide selection of quality produce for customers to choose from, including Fresh and Smoked fish and seafood, Game, Lamb, Pork, Beef, Steak Pies, Italian foods, Lebanese Foods, Cheeses, Oatcakes, Coffees, Fresh apple juices, Kefir drinks, Cakes, Breads, Jams, Chutneys, Honey, Oils, Eggs, Milk, Fruit and Veg boxes, Salts, Flour, Yeast, Confectionery and more, all available to order from our online Farmers Market. More producers will be joining us soon.
Here's a tiny url for our new Bridge of Allan Food Hub l.ead.me/bridgeofallan
And here’s how you can download can the apps l.ead.me/theapp
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