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Causeway Speciality Market

The Diamond, Coleraine, County Londonderry, BT52 1DE
Causeway Speciality Market

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Causeway Speciality Market is a bustling food & craft market held monthly in Coleraine town centre. It is the largest regular outdoor market of artisan food, craft and art products in Northern Ireland.

The market, which takes place on the second Saturday of each month from 09:00 to 16:00 (weather permitting), adds vibrancy to Coleraine town centre, supporting locally producers who offer a fantastic range of high quality goods. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for any extra market dates.

There is a wide variety of arts and crafts whether for that unique gift or a treat for yourself as the traders at the CSM provide a superb selection of quality crafts including handmade jewellery, textile crafts, ceramics, pottery, framed and local photography, scented candles and soaps, painted glassware and polished wood-turned products.

There is also an array of food stalls with many award winning artisan products including meats, fish, smoked salmon, curry sauces, oils, relishes, olives, cheese, jams, chutneys, speciality teas and coffees, artisan breads and sweet treats and local vegetables. All created by the stallholders themselves – you cannot get more ‘shop local’ than that!

As the market is outdoors, it is weather dependent. Updates can be found on the Facebook page www.facebook.com/CausewayMarkets or email csm@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk

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* Second Saturday of each month - 09:00 to 16:00
*Weather Permitting. When the market is not able to operate, produce can be purchased directly from the crafters Facebook pages or via Artisan market online.

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