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Ballyneety Outdoor Farmers Market offers the best local producers

Ballyneety Outdoor Farmers Market pictured above provides a platform to showcase Ballyneety’s wonderful products. Picture: Keith Wiseman

Ballyneety Outdoor Farmers Market offers the best local producers

Ballyneety Outdoor Farmers Market

The second market will be held on Sunday, November 15 followed by a Christmas Market on Sunday, December 20. Picture: Keith Wiseman

It was with much fanfare that the Ballyneety Innovation Hub and astroturf pitch officially opened in October 2019 on the grounds of the Ballyneety Golf Club. Indeed, the community facilities developed by the community for the community was a welcome initiative for the local area. When Covid-19 restrictions came into place the committee discussed ways of bringing the local community together in a safe manner while stimulating the local economy. This resulted in the setting up of the Ballyneety Outdoor Farmers Market. The response to this initiative is incredible, with lots of stall holders already in business from home. They were delighted to be able to provide a platform to showcase their wonderful products. The market is proud to feature many local producers ranging from Food, Arts and Crafts to Hot Food, Artisan Coffee, Creperie and even Fresh Pizza.





A spokesperson said, “We were pleased as per level 3 Government guidelines Outdoor Markets are considered essential services, meaning that our Ballyneety Outdoor Farmers Market went ahead on Sunday, October 19. 

It was an astounding success and patrons came in droves, the vendors had no way of predicting the demand, they will double up on their produce for the next market.”

Ballyneety Outdoor Farmers Market

The market is proud to feature many local producers ranging from Food, Arts and Crafts to Hot Food, Artisan Coffee, Creperie and even Fresh Pizza. Picture: Keith Wiseman

They received lots of positive feedback, comments such as ‘great community spirit’, ‘it was a lovely occasion and a great buzz about the place’, ‘it was so enjoyable and a brilliant way for the community to get together’ and ‘well done to the committee and volunteers who made it run so safely and smoothly’.

The second market will be held on Sunday, November 15 followed by a Christmas Market on Sunday, December 20

We would like to reassure the public of our strict adherence to Covid-19 regulations. We would encourage everyone in these difficult times to come and support our local small producers.

The market will feature the following local producers:

New Leaf Urban farmers – honey, chemical-free salad

Happy Food at Home – vegetarian foods (Nov/Dec markets)

Sandwich Sisters – hot food, vegetarian and meat rolls or wraps

Our Daily Bread – artisan bread products, baguettes & Sourdough

Wood Fired Fresh Pizza

Gems Coffee – artisan fresh coffee

Bernie Kett – chutney’s, jams, baked products, cakes, tarts, scones

McNamara Garden Centre Shrubs & plants

McNamara’s Fruit & Veg

Aine’s Ceramics – framed ceramics

Ballyhoura Ceramics – Eithne Hehir

Bon Appetit Creperie – fresh crepes

Stephen Lappin Photography

Simply Gorgeous Jewellery Angela Nicholas – Mary Moloney

Dog bandana’s & dog coats – PVC bags, Christmas cushions & crafts (Nov/Dec Market)

My Cottage No 9 – handmade tote bags, pouches & face masks (Nov/Dec market)

Janes Juices – smoothies & hot soups

Caragh Catering – speciality brown breads

Ruth Curtin – handmade truffles, chocolate products, body scrubs

Baking 4 U – cupcakes, Spanish style breads, gluten-free products
Nugent Linen

Linen facemasks & filters

Maya cakes and bakes – custom cakes to order (Oct market only)

Nuala’s baking – spotted dick, black forest gateaux, coffee cake (Oct market only)


For more info about Ballyneety Golf Club go HERE 

For more info about Ballyneety Innovation Hub go HERE 

For other stories about Ballyneety go HERE 



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.