The Mart was once the centre of East Linton, a bustling agricultural destination, and is now coming back to life as a thriving community hub for today’s East Lothian.
About The Mart
||The Mart Station Road, East Linton EH40 3DN
||The Mart Website
||Facebook information can be found here
The (Old Auction) Mart was once the centre of East Linton - a bustling agricultural destination; a place to meet, trade, learn and chew the fat. Our aim is simple, to bring it back to life. A thriving community hub for today’s East Lothian, one that celebrates, embraces and reflects the diversity within it.
Agriculture runs deep here and it remains the starting point for us. Our shop showcases the best of local produce including our home-grown vegetables, eggs and produce. The cafe is perfect for a light bite and is a platform for local artists and makers. We encourage customers to feed the chickens and invite local suppliers, makers and artists to get in touch.
Our market days includes a car boot sale and an artisan and makers market.
We’re at the start of our journey and there are lots of exiting plans for the site as well as opportunities for the community.
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