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Farm Fed - Farmers Market
Sunday 01 August 2021 12:00pm  
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Sunday 01 August 2021, 12:00pm - 04:00pm

Join us on Sunday 1st August for a celebration of local food!

‘Farm Fed at Newry Market’ is a Farmers Market featuring dozens of local & sustainable food producers, artisan makers, farmers and growers set in Newry's historic market venue.

Open from 12-4pm, you'll find everything you need to stock your cupboards with the best of local food alongside some of NI's best street food specialists. With seating for you to enjoy a bite outside in the Summer air it's sure to be a lovely day out!

Featuring local meat farmers, fish from Kilkeel harbour, seasonal & organic vegetable growers, olives, pestos, breads, cakes, Armagh apple juices, jams, chutneys, sauces, ready made foods, burgers, pizzas, coffee, flowers, candles, soaps and much more!

Location Newry Variety Market
John Mitchel Pl
BT34 2BP
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