Scotland Loves Local Week: Murdoch Brothers

💙 Scotland Loves Local Week – 28 Aug–3 Sep 💙

Murdoch Brothers is one of the longest-established businesses in Forres, having started in 1916. One of three butchers on the high street, it offers a huge selection of fresh meat and read-to-cook products and pies.

This is a genuine example of a family business, now in its fourth generation, and currently run by brothers Graham and Ronnie Murdoch.

Today, almost every pie in their range has won a significant award for excellence.

Online ordering, click and collect and nationwide delivery available, and the Moray Gift Card is accepted here.

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All week we are featuring town centre businesses to highlight Scotland Loves Local Week, which is championing the fabulous shops and business we have on our doorstep.

Local business owners: if you’d like to be featured, please get in touch.

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