Thanks Dad!

Thanks Dad!

Father’s Day is the day we say thank you to the men in our lives who have been there to raise, educate, play with and influence us – thanks Dad! Although we often think of it as a relatively new celebration, Father’s Day dates to the late 14th century. Historically...
Supporting local business week

Supporting local business week

In conjunction with local business week, which this year runs between May 13th and 19th, we are celebrating the diversity of businesses within our town and using it to remind everyone to get behind their local businesses by shopping locally. In Crieff we are fortunate...
Have an eggcellent Easter

Have an eggcellent Easter

Whether you observe Easter as a religious festival, think of it more as a celebration of Spring or simply enjoy indulging in an Easter egg or two, Crieff has everything you need to enjoy it the way you choose. Easter eggs galore There are so many different types of...
Crieff has everything for a perfect Mother’s Day

Crieff has everything for a perfect Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is fast approaching and is the perfect time to spoil your Mum and let her know how much you love her and appreciate all that she does for you. Crieff has everything you need to make Mother’s day special, please support local businesses by shopping locally...
Celebrating British Pie Week

Celebrating British Pie Week

What could be better in this cold weather than a hot, tasty pie, enrobed in crumbly, buttery, melt in your mouth pastry? This week is officially British Pie Week, so we’re celebrating all types of pie, from traditional Cornish pasties and beef and ale to apple pie and...
It’s real bread week!

It’s real bread week!

Are you a lover of bread? From soft floury baps, to thin wholemeal wraps, sourdough, granary, wholemeal, pumpernickel the choice is deliciously endless. Real bread week runs from 23rd February to 3rd March and celebrates real bread, made in local independent bakeries...
Celebrating Burns Night

Celebrating Burns Night

People all over the world will be celebrating the birth of Scotland’s most famous bard, Rabbie Burns on the 25th of January. Burns died in 1796 with the first supper held in his honour taking place on the 29th January 1802 because his supporters got his date of birth...