Drogheda Cottage Market is back this Saturday in St Peters COI Parish Hall at the top of Peter Street Drogheda with fresh food producers, local crafts and much more from 11.00 am to 4.00 pm.
With over 30 local food and craft stalls lots of familiar faces and plenty of newbies the market turns shopping into a pleasure instead of a choreand you can relax in the knowledge that your food was produced locally rather than flown in from across the world.
Cook with Ann Gluten free baking stall will trade with us for the last time this month after 6 years at the Cottage Market, so make sure to pop in and wish her well.
Courtyard coffee will be brewing up a storm alongside Bog Boy Booch and Blasta Street Kitchen who are back with their Mexican food truck. If you haven't tried their food yet you’re in for a treat.
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Check out Root up Micro Greens delicious Microgreens, Drogheda Honey, Boyne Pastures cheese selection and Sonairte will have all your local artisan food goodies.
The popular Workshop series at the Cottage continues this month when the market will be part of a nation-wide initiative August Craft Month 22 where visitors are invited to participate in a FREE workshop.
This Saturday Marlese Louw will host a jewellery making workshop using polymer clay - places are limited so drop by early to get your space.
Think Twice is there also with their refill stall for all your cleaning needs so bring your empty bottles and restock.
Rummage through bespoke art works by The LoveBird Gallery, Sideline Arts, Skylark Fotos and Jolenes Drawings. Jewellery by Margaret Walsh Design Studio, Serendipity and Marlese Made. Organic skincare by Bridgets Mantle, Soap by Ivy Cottage, Red Belly candle making company and ceramics by Lucy O Gorman and Mudlark Studio.
Also on site from 2.30pm will be Sketchy people Drogheda, a weekly urban sketching meetup where locals come together to sketch the surroundings and meet like-minded artist.
Drogheda Cottage Market have it all, fab makers, outside seating area, groovy soul sounds and food and drinks galore. Please support this local initiative.