This first 28 page edition of the magazine, coming out this week, showcases the individuality and history of the markets in and around Edinburgh.
Market Scene includes producer spotlights – this month meeting Michele and Gabriela from Tipico; Edinburgh Farmers’ market 21st birthday celebrations; local market heritage and a trip up north; as well as a free map with times, dates and locations making it easier for shoppers to buy handmade gifts and artisan products in a lively local market atmosphere.
Features also look at famous bagpiper, Lou Marshall, and her piping travels, as well as her favourite markets, and a catch up with celebrity chef, Tony Singh MBE, to find out more about his newly-opened food enterprise, Radge Chaat, and a visit to Exclusively Highlands and their amazing markets in woods and castle locations.
10,000 print copies distributed across Edinburgh, available to pick up at the markets as well selected independent shops, travel hubs and hotels, guest houses.
Welcome to this first edition of Market Scene, showcasing the
individuality and history of the spectacular markets in and around
Edinburgh. From the flavourful Farmers' Markets to the treasure-filled
Artisan Markets ... in Balerno, Portobello and everywhere in between.
We want to see Edinburgh's markets through your eyes, so we're
giving a prize for the best selfie-submission taken at Edinburgh
markets. The winning submission, along with the best of the rest,
will be published in the each printed edition of Market Scene.
See Facebook: @marketsceneedinburgh for more details, and to submit photos and to view Market Scene Magazine here
"Essential Edinburgh are, as always, supportive of markets and events that drive footfall and create interest in our city centre. LocalMotive Markets have delivered both of these successfully on Castle Street over a number of years and are now part of the fabric of the city centre offering. We look forward to continuing our partnership in the years to come"
Roddy Smith, Chief Executive Essential Edinburgh
Producer, Sarah Allen, Slaped Toasties, said: “The magazine is great; it’s a huge platform to help promote a small business out to a wider public audience. Most people are trying to actively support small independent businesses and this magazine is a great way to do this.”
Artisan producer, Jonny Amos, Gecko Gifts, added: “A magazine like this is long overdue and it is an all-inclusive spotlight on all traders and operators. A positive addition to Edinburgh’s publications.”
Press Release 13 September Interwoven PR
Showcasing some of the diverse quality products found at the markets in each edition
Three page map spread in each edition to show where and when markets taking place across Edinburgh
Meet the independent business people that trade at markets across Edinburgh. This first edition we meet Michele and Gabriella from Tipico