From present buying, fun-filled events for all the family and stocking up on festive goodies here are some delights not to be missed. Perfect presents For gifts with a difference and delicious treats head to a Christmas fair near you. In Glasgow, there’s the St Enoch Square annual market from 20 November, the Country Living Magazine Christmas Fair held at the SECC brings together over two hundred 200 exhibitors between 17th – 20th November. Other markets that deserve a mention are Granny Would Be Proud on 19th of December the Hidden Pop Up Shop which runs throughout December, the Merchant city makers market and the SuperMercado Festive Indie Marketplace which has live music and gifts galore. De Courcy's Antique Craft Arcade has interesting mix of antique, craft and designer shops and the Victorian Village Antiques market offers memorabilia and costume jewellery as well as a host of other antique items. Traditional Scottish gifts make perfect presents for friends and family at home or abroad. Popular items for men are made- to- measure kilts in their family tartan, sporrans and flasks. Accessory sets which include matching items make a lovely gift and if you are investing in a complete outfit there are some great Christmas offers available. A kilt hire voucher is perfect for those graduating or attending a wedding in Scotland in the New Year. The iconic Harris Tweed, one of Scotland’s best-loved fabrics is makes a gorgeous gift, choose from Harris Tweed jackets, hats and bags. For women shawls, Celtic jewellery, tartan corsets and ladies kilts are popular at this time of year. Younger members of the family needn’t miss out with boy’s kilts and girls tartan dresses available in dinky sizes. Festive Fun Glasgow’s Christmas lights go on 20th November signalling the start of the festive events season. Perfect for getting into the festive spirit are Christmas concerts at City Halls and the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls. For traditional carols and mince pies check out Platform in Glasgow on the 3rd and 10th of December. It’s behind you… The Magical Adventures of Peter Pan hits the Glasgow Pavilion in Glasgow, Scotland, runs from 30 Nov 2011 to 21 Jan 2012. At the SECC John Barrowman and The Krankies will be performing in panto between 17 December 2011 - 7 January 2012. Tasty Treats Glasgow has an abundance of great delicatessens and specialty food shops. Delizique has a great selection of organic produce and Scottish fare and delicious cakes. For a cheese board to die for Mellis’s the cheesemonger have the finest selection in town. Peckham's delicatessen has two branches in Glasgow where you can find an extensive range of wines, cakes and breads. Roots and Fruits is perfect for Brussel sprouts, carrots and parsnips to accompany your turkey or nut roast. For a Scottish-inspired Christmas dessert Dundee cake which was originally a Scottish Christmas cake is a lighter alternative to the traditional Christmas cake. Clootie dumplings made with cinnamon, ginger currants and sultanas are another favourite at Christmas time, or why not try delicious Cranachan make from oats cream and whisky. For snacks Haggis crisps, tablet and Edinburgh rock are perfect for munching in front of the TV!