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Fresh Five Friday Market launches at the Limerick Milk Market Fri July 17 Fresh Five Friday Market launches at the Limerick Milk Market Fri July 17


PHOTOS Fresh Five Friday Market launches at the Limerick Milk Market Fri July 17



Pictured: David Fitzgerald, Limerick Milk Market Manager, Sarah Shanahan and John Coughlan, The Edge Clothing in the Milk Market, Mary McDonagh, Country Choice in the Milk Market and Siobhan Downey, organiser of the Fresh Five Friday Market.

The team at the Milk Market, Limericks Flagship all weather venue, are delighted to announce the launch of the Fresh Five Friday Market over the summer. David Fitzgerald, Manager at the Limerick Milk Market, said: “With the view of expanding the range of quality produce and Fine crafts from unique artisan traders while leveraging on a broad range of backgrounds, cultures, skills and experience with origins across the globe but with the added bonus of being produced locally and brought to you at the famous Limerick Milk Market venue offering a diverse atmosphere under the bright canvas of the Milk Market canopy.”

The Fresh Five Friday Market, that marries the best of global ideas to the best of local producers, will commence with an eclectic gathering of stalls and shops on Fridays launching on Friday 17th July 2015 from 12pm to 7pm over the summer months (some shops may open earlier on each give Friday).

To help make your Fridays more enjoyable, healthy, relaxing and kinder to your finances the team at the Milk Market have been very busy putting together a range of Fine Fresh Fiver Friday fantastic offers to suit every taste and appetite at amazing value of just €5 in exchange for the best quality produce for a limited time only, in addition the Milk Market will provide one hour of free parking subject to availability at our sister market site the Potato Market which is currently used at the car park.

At only €5, the Fresh Five Friday Market at Limerick Milk Market is the sensible choice for the health conscious. “So get a healthy dose of fresh air, fresh food, fresh crafts and fresh conversation from the original social network that retains the feel and look of the traditional local market while embracing new ideas and concepts at the Milk Market”, in an increasingly fast paced world where time to unwind is ever more crucial. Make the Milk Market your favourite Friday place of fun and relaxation.

The Milk Market will continue to add to the flavour of foods from across the world that are produced locally to ensure that the best quality product is delivered fresh to your plate. What better way could you spend time with friends new and old while spending less on your break over the summer! Kick-start your weekend at the Fresh Five Friday Market each Friday featuring live music, delicious food and beautifully crafted products, soaking up the ambiance and relishing in the hospitality of award winning traders.

David Fitzgerald adds: “If you feel you have what it takes to add your own unique tasty produce or fashion flair to the new Friday Market please email [email protected] or visit the website for details on becoming a trader and check out our Facebook page for the latest information on markets and events upcoming.”

“Five is the magic number to get the Friday Feeling at your local family friendly Milk Market with the Fantastic Fiver Friday Factor a five minute walk from the Potato to the Milk Market. So make Limerick City Centre at the Milk Market your first-class Friday destination.”

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Photos by Frances Fitzgerald for I Love Limerick. All Rights Reserved.

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.