Craft and Food Fair re-opens its doors

Carlingford’s Craft and Food fair will be re-opening its doors for this year on Sunday April 7 and will be located in its traditional location - St Michael’s Hall in the village centre.

Carlingford’s Craft and Food fair will be re-opening its doors for this year on Sunday April 7 and will be located in its traditional location - St Michael’s Hall in the village centre.

The fair is free to the public and you are invited to come along and browse around the colorful display of handmade crafts and delicious gourmet food on offer.

The fair will run on the first Sunday of each month all year and the opening time is from 12 noon to 6pm.

The fair is building on the success of last year and is planning to develop further this year and increase the product portfolio to be a showcase of artisan and bespoke speciality of food and hand crafts.

With a great atmosphere and delicious aromas, everyone is welcome to come browse through the homemade breads and muffins, cute cards and ceramics, jams and chutneys.

There will be something for everyone both young and old and everything at the fair is handmade and therefore unique and also most importantly very affordable. The ideal place to pick up a special present for that special friend or relative.

The fair offers a wide and diverse selection of craft and food in the traditional surroundings of the St Michaels Hall There are limited trading places left at present so anyone interested in participating at the fair please contact The Cooley Peninsula Tourist Office at 042 937 3033 or Colleen Long on 087 689 0019.