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Moira Speciality Food Fair

Moira Demesne, 110 Main Street, Moira, County Down, BT67 0DS
Image shows visitors enjoying food and drink at the Moira Speciality Food Fair


Moira Speciality Food Fair returns to the parkland setting of Moira Demesne for day of food and fun on Saturday 20th August from 10am -6pm.

As a celebration of all Northern Ireland food has to offer, we invite you to come and meet food producers at the top of their game, from the farmers who are committed to sustainable farming methods and heritage breeds, vegetable growers working with the seasons and artisan producers using the best locally sourced ingredients to make exceptional foods for us all to enjoy.

There will be artisanal producers of charcuterie, Irish cheeses, vinegars and oils, preserves, chutneys, pickles and seasonings, not to mention chocolates, fudges, breads and cakes, ice cream and a range of gourmet street food options and more on offer.

This year’s ‘outdoor living’ trend will be reflected in the kitchen sessions with chef demonstrations providing easy to replicate tips for outdoor cooking. The edutainment factor will continue for families with safely planned activities for children. The tented café bar is back too, serving local craft beers, ciders, spirits, liqueurs, and a range of soft drinks all produced within a few miles of Moira.

For updates on who is trading at each market, follow the Visit Lisburn Castlereagh social media channels on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and also on their website.





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  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors
  • Designated parking provided for guests with disabilities
  • Guide dogs permitted


  • Picnic Area

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  • COVID-19 measures in place

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  • Outdoor Event
  • Toilets

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  • Parking (free)
  • Station nearby

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Season (20 Aug 2022)
Saturday10:00 - 18:00

* Free Admission

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