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Fun for all the family at Dundonald’s Halloween Harvest Market, featuring some of the best produce and artisan foods Northern Ireland has to offer. Why not browse the stalls and soak up the harvest atmosphere and enjoy the live entertainment?

The market will showcase a wide variety of foods including speciality rare-breed meats, seasonal and local vegetables, preserves, chutneys and pickles, Irish artisan sweets, fresh bread and cakes. Many artisan food favourites including Indie Fude, Bara Bakehouse, The Curious Farmer, and Habanero Steve’s will be showcasing their products. Award-winning Jack’s Fudge will also be on hand to cater for those with a sweet tooth, alongside Rosie’s Cupcakes and Crumbs Vegan Bakery. Harvest time means an abundance of local seasonal produce and local vegetable farm, Cherryvalley Farm will be harvesting just in time for the market.

Complementing the food stalls will be a select offering of local handmade organic skincare and beauty from Mrs R’ganics and Plumpy Balms who will be joined by plastic-free product specialists, Do Your Bit.

Commenting on the first Dundonald Halloween Harvest Market, Chairman of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council’s Development Committee, Alderman Allan Ewart MBE said: “We’re very excited to launch the first Dundonald Halloween Harvest Market. There are many great food and drink businesses in Dundonald and it is time to shine a light on the town’s local producers and businesspeople. We are passionate about ensuring our council area is recognised for its fantastic artisan produce; and our upcoming Harvest Market will be a great way to give Dundonald its rightful place as a must visit Northern Ireland food destination.  There will also be multiple stalls featuring beauty and household products.”
Whilst browsing the stalls marketgoers will be thoroughly entertained with live music by local artists and can also enjoy the talents of a series of street performers, balloon modelling face painting and much more!

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