Comber Farmers’ Market Cook Book Swap
On Thursday 1 March, the award winning Comber Farmers’ Market will celebrate World Book Day 2018 by encouraging visitors to bring along a cook book that is gathering dust on the shelf and swap it for something different.
Out with the old and in with the new as Comber Farmers’ Market will have a ‘Cook Book Swap’ stall on which you can do exactly that!
Visitors will also be able to stock up on goodies for the special lady in their life, with Mother’s Day approaching on Sunday 11 March.
Comber has been named ‘The Home of Great Taste’, and the market continues to play a part in putting the town firmly on the foodie map.
Every first Thursday of the month, Comber Farmers’ Market hosts around 25 artisan traders with locally grown and produced items including meat and fish, fresh bread, eggs, milk, jams and chutneys, chocolate, plants, fruit and veg, baked goods, cheese and so much more.
Alderman Deborah Girvan who helps to run the market on behalf of Comber Regeneration Community Partnership said, “I enjoy cooking but I still prefer to use my trusted cookery books rather than look up recipes online. My favourite cookery writers are Delia Smyth and Mary Berry. I will be bringing along a few of my less used cookery books and will swap them for a couple of ‘new’ cookery books. “
The market can be found in St Mary’s Parish Church car park beside Comber Square and is open from 9.00am -1.00pm. Apart from the main car park in Comber, parking is also available nearby at Parkway off Killinchy Street and 1st Comber Presbyterian on High Street.