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Roe Valley Speciality Market

Drumceatt Square, 24 Main Street, Limavady, County Londonderry, BT49 0EL
Roe Valley  Speciality Market
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If you love local fresh food, quirky handmade crafts, fine art and speciality products why not visit one of the market days at the beautiful Limavady town centre location of Drumceatt Square.

This beautiful central outside space is located beside the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre. Perfectly located to allow you to visit both the market and find out what Limavady town has to offer. The market is a small friendly outdoor market boasting a range of speciality food, art and handmade craft.

The artisans will give you a warm welcome and be happy to show you a wide variety of beautiful, locally produced foods and crafts.

The markets are free to enter and are also dog friendly provided dogs are on a lead.

Parking - Located right in the centre of Limavady town, we are a few minutes walk from the main car parks. There are also parking bays along Main Street, however standard parking restrictions apply. The town has a one way traffic system so you can't miss us.

The Roe Valley Speciality Market is delivered by Naturally North Coast & Glens, an award winning not for profit social enterprise. We are always looking to attract keen talented new traders that can offer something different to enhance our popular market. If you are new to market trading and need some support or an old hand please get in touch and we'll do what we can to help get you started.

Dates/Times may be subject to alteration for reasons outside the organisers control. Outdoor events are always at the mercy of the weather. We always recommend checking the organisers website/social media for the most current information before making any journeys.



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