The Aberdour Festival will be hosting its biggest ever Village Market on Sunday.
The event will have more than 40 stalls featuring some of Fife and Scotland’s finest produce.
Kirstie Ross, from the festival committee, said that this year the festival wants to highlight some of the fantastic producers and craftmakers on its doorstep.
“We sent out invites, and we are thrilled with the response.
“We’re delighted that Iain Spink is going to be preparing his freshly made Smokies in Aberdour for the first time.
“Iain is just one of the fantastic stalls we’ve got coming – we’ve got food and drink, jewellery, vintage homewares, gourmet dog treats, and much much more!
“Food stalls will include Trotter’s Independent Condiments, Alba Chocolate, Spencerfield Spirit Co, Puddledub , The Little Herb Farm, La Petite Epicerie, Chillilicious, Chilli Papas, Eden Brewery, and Spencerfield Spirit Company.
“It’s going to be a fantastic day for all the family – come along and be inspired!” she said.
Kirstie added that market will take place inside and around the AVD Festival Marquee on Hawkcraig Road.
Chair of the Festival Committee, Roy Devon said that the day will have something for everyone, with fantastic caterers, entertainment, fun charity stalls and a bar.