Comber Farmer’s Market
This town is home to the famous Comber Early Potato, which has special EU PGI status. With such fine foodie credentials, it needed a farmers’ market, and that’s exactly what the good people of Comber did to regenerate their town and boost the local economy. The market is supported by Comber Regeneration Community Partnership and is managed by a team of volunteers. Morning tea, coffee and home baked treats are provided by the catering team of St Mary’s Parish Church in the church hall.
On the first Thursday of every month, the market is held in the car park of St Mary’s Parish Church beside the Square in Comber. Local food producers, growers and bakers sell their produce at market value prices to a wide range of customers. Usually there are 22 stands with everything from fudge to fadge. The market has been so successful that there is a waiting list to book stalls.
This is an artisan food market (there are no crafts or fast food) selling the highest quality local, fresh, seasonal produce made by people who are passionate about producing food for people who are passionate about cooking and eating food!
First Thursday of every month 9.00am- 1.30pm. Closed on Thursday, 1 January 2015.