Killavullen Farmers’ Market restarts this Saturday

The Killavullen Farmers’ Market is set to restart this Saturday, 4th February, and the excitement is palpable for the new bank holiday weekend!

Stallholders have been busy preparing their stalls and are eager to welcome visitors back to the market. From 10.30am to 1pm, the market will be buzzing with the sounds of laughter, chatter, and the delicious aroma of fresh produce and handmade treats.

At the market, visitors can expect to find a variety of local and fresh produce, including seasonal vegetables, breads, cheeses, baked goods, and much more. Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch or just a snack, there’s something for everyone.

New stallholders have joined the market this year, bringing with them an exciting range of tasty food and treats. From artisanal breads and pastries to local yogurt, there’s plenty to keep foodies happy.

In addition to the food stalls, there will also be several new craft stallholders joining the market. These new vendors will be offering a range of handmade items, including jewellery, candles, pottery and textiles. Whether you’re looking for a unique gift or just a treat for yourself, there’s sure to be something that catches your eye.


One of the highlights of the market is a St Brigid’s Cross demonstration. The St Brigid’s Cross is a traditional Irish craft that involves weaving reeds into the shape of a cross. Visitors to the market can watch a demonstration of this traditional craft and, if they bring along their own reeds, they can even make their own St Brigid’s Cross. This is a great opportunity for visitors to learn about Irish heritage and culture, and to bring home a unique and meaningful souvenir from the market.

In conclusion, the Killavullen Farmers’ Market is the perfect place to spend a Saturday morning. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, there’s something for everyone. With a variety of fresh produce, handmade treats, and new craft stallholders, there’s plenty to see and do.

So, make sure to come along this Saturday, 4th February, from 10.30am to 1pm, and experience the excitement for yourself!