A ‘Fresh’ Year At Comber Farmers’ Market

Award winning Comber Farmers’ Markets’ returns on Thursday 2 February 2017, after a short break in January to allow traders to recuperate after two incredibly busy markets in December.

As always, the products on offer at Comber Farmers’ Market all originate from surrounding producers in Northern Ireland and the quality of the fresh produce available cannot be questioned.

With February being the month of love, visitors to the market can pick up a special gift for that special someone for Valentines.Combermarket2
Or perhaps no excuse is needed to spoil loved ones with a romantic meal of the very finest local produce.

The first Thursday of the month, Comber Farmers’ Market hosts around 25 stalls who individually show off their locally grown and sourced items such as home baked goods, chutneys, freshly baked breads, free range eggs, raw jersey milk, oils, meats and fish, chocolate, plants and more.

New this month popular cheese producer City Cheese will be returning to the market and Lynda’s Sticky Toffee Pudding will provide a delectable treat for visitors also.

On the evening of the 2nd Comber Farmers’ Market then will attend the Belfast Telegraph and Food NI Year of Food and Drink awards were they have been shortlisted as the Best NI Local Market in these prestigious awards.

Alderman Deborah Girvan who helps to run the market on behalf of Comber Regeneration Community Partnership said:
“I am absolutely delighted that Comber Farmer’s Market has been shortlisted for the Best NI Local market in the NI Year of Food and Drink category. All the volunteers have worked so hard to build up the market which has been running for two and a half years on the first Thursday of the month. To be shortlisted against such formidable competitors is a great tribute to all the volunteers whose commitment and hard work have helped to make the market such a success. “Combermarket3

The market can be found in St Mary’s Church Hall car park in Comber Square. Nearly car parks at Parkway and First Comber Presbyterian Church are open to market attendees.

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