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The Market on the Square, Portaferry

St Patricks Community Centre/Market Square, 49 Steel Dickson Ave/Village Centre, Portaferry, County Down, BT22 1LF
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The Portaferry area has a wealth of talented and creative people so call down to the newly restored 18th century Market House (or St. Patrick's Community Centre, depending on the time of year) and treat yourself to some great locally produced artisan food and arts and crafts. Enjoy live music, entertainment and craft activities for children - fun for all the family!*

Experience the atmosphere, get your taste buds tingling and fill your shopping bags with all manner of unique treasures and tasty treats. 

April - December: 10am - 1.30pm

The Market on the Square will be held in St. Patrick’s Community Centre, Steele Dickson Avenue on the first Sat of each month October – December 2022.

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Opening Times

St Patrick's Community Centre, 49 Steel Dickson Ave (6 July 2024)
Market Square, village centre (3 Aug 2024)
Market Square, village centre (14 Sept 2024 - 15 Sept 2024)
Market Square, village centre (5 Oct 2024)
Market Square, village centre (2 Nov 2024)

* Open 10am-2pm (unless stated otherwise)

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Free parking is available on Meetinghouse Lane and The Rope Walk (Exploris).

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