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Christmas at the Limerick Milk Market series launches for 2023



2023 Christmas at the Limerick Milk Market will feature some special once-off markets.

Limerick Milk Market has announced the Christmas at the Limerick Milk Market series for 2023

Christmas in the Limerick Milk Market will bring some unique Christmas stalls. Photo by Alan Place.

Limerick Milk Market is delighted to announce the Christmas at the Limerick Milk Market series 2023.

This year they have a range of traditional daytime Christmas Markets of festive foods mixed with some special once off Christmas Markets – Sun 3rd December they have our largest Art Fair of the year, The Christmas Art Fair. Sun 10th December the Christmas Vinyl Record & CD Fair returns and Sunday 18th December will feature a Christmas Antique, Vintage and Craft Fair.

Each Friday/Sunday will see an Xmas Open Air Café in addition to the special events featuring Flying Cheese Farm Shop & Grill, Bon Appetit Creperie, Harpers Coffee, Greenacres Cafe, SOS Cookies/Meltie Toasties, The Edge Clothing, Restory Crafts, Antique Loft & Vintage Gem Store, Whack Vintage Popup shop and Vito Vintage Clothing from 11am to 3pm.






They have a special Christmas Fringe Event on Sunday 26th November with Santa Paws Christmas Craft Fair, featuring over 20 Craft stalls, five Café/Food Shops and five Vintage, Antique and Craft Shops all in aid of Deel Animal Rescue from 11am to 3pm.

Friday 8th December will feature a special event, Christmas Transition Year Enterprise Market in partnership with Local Enterprise Office (LEO) – Limerick and from 10am to 2pm with up to a fifty second level local schools showcasing the latest in student innovation projects with prizes for the best product/project team. Also featuring festive music and many local Craft/Food vendors. There are three generous prizes Sponsored by / for this event.

Each Saturday will see the Famous Food Market Xmas edition, featuring the best of Local Limerick seasonal Food with a Christmas twist, Saturdays in Dec 8am to 3pm. We would like to encourage   customers to shop early on Saturdays to guarantee your Christmas Food Favorites including Artisan Christmas Food Hampers, Minced Pies, Specialty Hot Drinks, Puddings, Christmas Hams & Turkeys (Order in advance), Chestnuts, Brandy Butter, Christmas Deserts/Baked Goodies, and last but not least some traditional in season fruit and vegetables ready for all to enjoy and savour!

Santa will be visiting the Milk Market on Saturday 16th December and those who wish to get a picture with him are advised to bring their phone/camera for your 2023 picture, donations can be given to Limerick Suicide Watch on the day.

Thursday 21st Dec from 11am to 3pm will see a fundraiser day for Limerick Suicide Watch sponsored by Lyons of Limerick who will operate an Open-Air Courtyard with some Christmas tunes and Games Area. Friday 22nd December will feature the final outdoor café with live music of the year.

There will be a Full Christmas Famous Food Market (featuring the best of Local Limerick seasonal Food with a Christmas twist) on Saturday 23rd December from 8am to 3pm with all your festive staples.

The Final Famous Food Market will take place on Christmas Eve, Sunday 24th December from 8am to 2pm, which will finish out the three-day run into Christmas Eve and the Christmas Series 2023.”

David Fitzgerald, Limerick Milk Market Manager commented, “This year we hope to dazzle you with our ‘Christmas Canopy of Lights’ and Warm your soul with delicious Local Food/Drink and heated seats. We are delighted to offer our young market goers a chance to post your Santa letter at our custom Lumen Street Theater “Santa’s Post Box.”

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Christmas Message from Limerick Milk Market dates:

Friday 1st to Sun 3rd December

Friday 8th to Sun 10th December

Friday 15th to Sun 17th December

Thurs 21st to Sun 24th December

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.