Castletroy Farmers Market is opening every Friday, featuring over 30 stalls of the best local food producers, farmers and fishermen.
Castletroy Farmers Market kicks start from this September opening every Friday
Featuring over 30 stalls of the best local food producers, farmers and fishermen, kicking off from September 7, the Castletroy Farmers Market is opening every Friday from 10 am to 2 pm at the Castletroy village centre.
It is a new market for Limerick, located outside the south entrance of the Castletroy Town Centre shopping centre, near meadows and Byrnes.
The market displays fantastic groups of local producers such as Ayle Farm, Sandwich Sisters, Green Saffron, Ceile and Larkins Hill Farm. Local fresh food lovers won’t miss this Friday market!
The organizers of the Castletroy Farmers Market are the gang behind some of Corks best Farmers markets. They run weekly markets in Mahon Point, Douglas and Wilton just beside Cork city. Their markets are busy, buzzing places full of fantastic local artisan producers, fishermen, farmers and very good cooks.
Organizers of the market believe that a market should be for the shoppers, lunchers and those who just love to soak it all up.
“We have great music, lots of tables and weekly pop up stalls for something different every week. Quality and integrity are our priority so our markets are run on strict guidelines to ensure everything sold is the best it can be.” said one of the organizers.
Castletroy Farmers Market is not only a marketplace for stalls of agricultural products but there are also various stalls for street food and drinks. Take a fresh Burrito from Brendan with homemade tortilla or filled sandwiches by Sandwich Sisters at the market and start a fresh day. Castletroy Farmers Market is definitely a relaxing place for the last working day of the week.
Also, this is the best time of year for amazing local grown apples, carrots and tomatoes. Grab a bag of local fresh vegetable or fruit and light up your day at the Castletroy Farmers Market!
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