Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Welcome to our Farmers' Market at Enniskeane!

Welcome to our monthly Farmers' Market at Bandon Co-op in the West Cork village of Enniskeane!

NEXT MARKET.. JUNE 30th at 10 am 

A day to enjoy and remember...

We offer a wide range of fine foods and crafts, all made and created by local people in the best farmers' market tradition.

Come and see!

We are on the Bandon-Enniskeane road.

There is ample free parking. 

Such a range of stalls!

Wholesome traditional breads, mouthwatering pies, pretty cakes.... And you can sit on a garden chair and enjoy a bite to eat and a hot drink.

Fresh home-grown vegetables in season, free range eggs.. local cheese....home made jams, chutneys and marmalades using locally grown fruit...fresh fish...pizzas...

Cut flowers and flowering plants...

Young hens and turkeys in season..

All with expert and friendly advice.

Bright hand and rosaries..

Take your purchases home in a hand made basket..

On our Family Fun Days, we have a Bouncy Castle for the children,,, face painting...

All enquiries from stallholders and customers please to, or leave a message here on the comment board. NB these are private and will not appear on the site.

Looking forward to seeing you!

 Meet our stallholders...


Heather's stall is  a treat for eyes and mouth...fruity pies, traditional wholemeal breads...prettily decorated cakes that taste as good as they look..


All that swims in Ireland's seas is here... cod, salmon, and so many fishy treats,, shellfish.. Brainfood never tatsted so good..


Gourmet preserves, our own design hand knitting for babies, children, adults and.. teapots. Hand made rosaries for all occasions, wooden, beads, semi-precious stones, specialist chaplets.. Bangles, baubles and bright shiny beads.. cards, our own Irish Hermitage books..Plants and cut flowers from our garden.. All is hand made, home hade and grown here in Enniskeane by the Nuns, and all is to support the work of the Order in India and Ireland, feeding needy children in the Name of Jesus. You can see more of our work on Or email us at anchoresscj at yahoo dot com

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This looks to be a lovely little farmers' market, one of my favorite stops in Ireland. Will call in when in the area.