One of Moray’s most popular annual events is returning again for a ninth year.
The Elgin Food and Drink Festival brings together all of the region’s best local food producers all in one place for people to peruse and perhaps find a new favourite delicacy.
Organised by Elgin BID, the event will return to the Plainstones on Elgin High Street after being forced to move to the town hall last year due to heavy winds.
For the first time ever it will be running as a dual centre attraction, with stalls spread between Elgin Town Hall and St Giles Church which are only a few minutes walk from each other.
There will be a number of attractions alongside the market stalls, intended to keep the whole family entertained.
These include Hopscotch Magic, who went down a storm during the Scottish Theme Day, and Mrs Bubbles (the Clown), who will be making her debut modelling balloons to keep the kids happy.
The Scottish Agricultural College will also be back with their popular tractor and milking cow.
Buskers will also be showcased, with a number of local musicians and singers performing throughout the day, with Elgin BID still advertising for people to play in the city centre on the day.
The festival takes place on August 10 and visit the Elgin BID Facebook page for more information.