Cook Book Swap At Comber Farmers’ Market

On Thursday 2 March, recently awarded ‘Best NI Local Market’ Comber Farmers’ Market will celebrate World Book Day in a special way!

We all have that one cook book where we have only used a few ideas or recipes from… it is time to swap it out!

Out with the old and in with the new as Comber Farmers’ Market will have a ‘Cook Book Swap’ stall in which you can do exactly that!

With some schools off for the election the market will also have a colouring in competition for kids, looking for the best cook book cover design.

This month Comber Farmers’ Market was recognised as the Best NI Local Market at the Belfast Telegraph Year of Food and Drink Awards, an amazing accolade voted for by peers from the NI food and drink industry.

As Comber continues to develop as the ‘Home of Great Taste’, the market is delighted to play a part in putting the town firmly on the foodie map.

Every first Thursday of the month, Comber Farmers’ Market holds around 25 stalls who individually show off their locally grown and sourced items with meat and fish, fresh bread, eggs, milk, jams and chutneys, chocolate, plants, fruit and veg, baked goods, cheese and so much more.

The market can be found in St Mary’s Church Hall car park in Comber Square.  Car parking is available nearby at Parkway off Killinchy Street and 1st Comber Presbyterian on High Street.

More information on Comber Farmers’ Market can be found at, and regular updates are posted on the Facebook, Twitter pages and Instagram pages.