There’s Something ‘Curious’ Going on at Comber Farmers’ Market this April….
On Thursday 6 April, Comber Farmers’ Market will be celebrating Spring by welcoming ‘Alice in Comberland’ to the town and planning all other sorts of curious goings on!
Comber has a lot to offer for the discerning explorer, especially the recently awarded Best NI Local Market.
The award winning artisan food event will have everything needed for the perfect Easter feast and tasty treats as gifts for friends and family over the holidays.
Traders at the market will have the very finest array of meats, fruit and vegetables, jams and chutneys, home baked goods and breads, cheeses, speciality teas, sauces and syrups, seasonal plants, chocolate, sticky toffee puddings, free range eggs, granola, raw Jersey milk and more – all produced in Northern Ireland.
Comber Farmers’ Market organiser and Mayor of Ards and North Down, Alderman Deborah Girvan is thrilled that the market continues to grow in popularity with more and more visitors attending every month.
“As word spreads about the quality local produce available every month at Comber Farmers’ Market, we are finding a significant increase in visitor numbers to our award winning event. It is a testament to the hard work that volunteers from the community put in to making the market happen, that it is becoming such a popular attraction, bringing people from far and wide to the town of Comber.”
Comber Farmers’ Market is held on the first Thursday of every month in the car park at St Marys Church in Comber Square from 9am to 1.30pm. Car parking can be found at Parkway on Killinchy Street or in 1st Comber Presbyterian car park on High Street.