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The Dock Market

ARC Retail, 2b Queens Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT3 9FD
The Dock Market

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The DOCK is a social enterprise project founded by 5 christian denominations in Ireland. We strive to create a place of community in the recently redeveloped Titanic Quarter for residents, employees and tourists to come, relax and experience some good old fashioned Belfast Banter.

The DOCK market was established in July 2014 following the success of the DOCK Cafe.
What makes the DOCK so unique is that it operated an “honesty policy”, meaning traders pay what they can afford at the end of the day in rent.

The market is bursting with local designers, artists and crafts people who all make their product locally in Ireland. We are dog friendly and regularly have buskers and seasonal activities for the kids.

There’s lots of space to eat, drink, or just sit and relax on comfy sofas, and a constant stream of Dock blend honesty box coffee and tea. Come along, support local and buy handmade this year, the DOCKies would love to see you.

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* 11:00 - 17:00

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