Country Markets

Country Markets Established by the Irish Countrywomens Association in 1946 for the sale of home produced food and handcrafts.

Markets are held in many small country towns. They are very popular and sell out very quickly.

They are held indoors.

Ballincollig, Community Centre, 9.30am - 11am, Fridays DIrections - Signposted on Main St. near traffic lights.

Bandon, South Main Street, 10am - 1pm Fridays and Saturdays Directions - In Weir St. opposite Garda Station.

Carrigaline, GAA Hall, 9.30am - 10.30am Fridays Directions - From the Cork Road, take 1st exit on roundabout just outside village, signed for Crosshaven. Continue on the Crosshaven road for about 5 minutes, the G.A.A. grounds are on the right.

Fermoy, Youth Centre, 2.00pm Fridays Directions - From the Cork Road, proceed to The Square in centre of town. Turn left onto quay, before the bridge. The market is held in a pink building at the end of the quay.

Macroom, Castle Arch, 11am Tuesdays Directions - Beside archway, just beyond The Square.

Mallow, Saint Jamesf Hall, 2.30 Fridays Directions - Saint Jamesf C. of I. Hall on bypass north of town near Tesco. Also accessable from Main St.

Midleton, Old School, 10.30 Fridays Directions - In Church Lane, off Main St., opposite Church of Ireland.

Millstreet, G.A.A. Hall, 11am Fridays Directions - G.A.A. Hall on Main St.

Riverstown, New GAA Hall, 9.15 Fridays Sallybrook and Riverstown GAA.

Skibbereen, Abbeystrewry Hall, 12.00 Fridays Directions - Beside car park.


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