Huntly Hairst Halloween Food Festival


Information about the Huntly Hairst Halloween and food festival:


The Huntly Hairst Halloween Food Festival aims to be a celebration of the North East of Scotland food and traditions and ties in with a bit of fun from Halloween. Family centred events will take place on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday.



Huntly Hairst Halloween Food Festival


Events during the Huntly Hairst Halloween Food Festival include:


  • An Halloween Parade

  • Hog Roast

  • Children's Fancy Dress Competition

  • Neatest Neep Lantern

  • Party

  • Drive in film shows

  • Music

  • Dancing

  • Ceilidh

  • Food Demonstrations

  • Food shows including a Ready Steady Cook type event

  • Whisky Tasting

  • Food trail by bicycle

  • Huntly Farmers market with live animals for the children to see

  • Art Exhibition

  • Farm Visit to Wellheads Farm

  • Best Stovies In The World Competition




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Huntly Hairst Halloween Festival 2009

In 2009 HAIRST expanded into two separate festivals and the Huntly Hairst Halloween Festival 2009 once more celebrates the local harvest and Halloween traditions in the North East of Scotland. Huntly Hairst Halloween Festival 2009 encourages visitors from outside Huntly to participate in their festival. Huntly Hairst Halloween Festival 2009 hopes to encourage creativity by offering a variety of cultural events whilst showcasing local produce and talent. This is the 7th Huntly Hairst Halloween Festival and the theme for 2009 is Let there be Light! which will see Huntly turned into a stage: illuminating the picturesque town with a light spectacle, lantern making and laughter! Over the two weekends, there will be something for everyone with wonderful interactive installations, a farmers and continental market, street performers, a ceilidh and much more. Huntly Hairst Halloween Festival 2009 takes place over the weekends of the 31st of October and 7th of November.


Events take place in local venues such as Castle Hotel, the Glendronach Distillery, Cooper Park, Huntly Castle, the Rose and Thistle Bistro, Brander Library, The Square, Gartly Hall, The Stewart's Hall


More information can be found at the official Huntly Hairst Halloween Food Festival website at www.huntlyhairst.co.uk













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Huntly Hairst 2009

The Huntly Hairst 2009 takes place on the weekend of the 5 and 6 September. Events include a Farmer's Market, Chinese Cooking Lessons, Hunt the Haggis, Can't Cook Won't Cook event and the World Stovies championship. For more information visit www.huntlyhairst.co.uk



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The first Huntly Hairst Halloween Food Festival was held between the 2 and 4 November 2007 at Huntly in Aberdeenshire. Celebrity guest will be food critic and journalist Nell Nelson who appears on STV in the television programme The Woman Who Ate Scotland as she cycles to Scottish restaurants, hotels and other places of food interest sampling the great cuisine from Scotland. Visit www.huntly.net/hairst





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