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Joys of Spring – March Market

Spring is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy our beautiful country!

At our March market we will be celebrating our stunning landscapes and how to keep them beautiful by raising awareness of environmental issues with our March charity partner, Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful.
We will be introducing some new guests as well as familiar friends this month and don’t forget our new tearoom will be opening it’s doors!
Lots to look forward to….Saturday 9th March 10am – 4pm

Image credit – ‘Tullymore Bluebells’ Tandem Photography

Saturday 9th March 2019

10am – 4pm

Upcoming Markets…

  • March

    Saturday 9th March
    10:00 am
    - 4:00 pm
  • April

    Saturday 13th April
    10:00 am
    - 4:00 pm
  • May

    Saturday 11th May
    10:00 am
    - 4:00 pm
  • September

    Saturday 14th September
    10:00 am
    - 4:00 pm

About the Collective

We are a group of makers, designers, producers and artists, offering unique handmade products for sale.

We meet on the second Saturday of every month at Holywood Old School.

Our ethos is to bring together the best locally-made products in a regular high quality market, that supports not only our local artisans, but also our community through our work with local charities.

We’re a friendly bunch and love the buzz of a busy market day, so come and find out what we’re about, see an array of beautiful products, and grab a tea, coffee or spot of lunch in our vintage tearoom.

At this month's market...

  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    NI Silver
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Mama Fudge
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    Collective Member
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    Collective Member
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Patricia Millar Ceramics
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    A Blissful Blend
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Curlew Cottage Design
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Jenni Robinson Art
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Snowdrops & Sentiments
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Thomas Powell Pottery
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Ruth Osborne Art
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Rosie McNeill Cakes
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
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    Susanna Banks Artist
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    L G Jewellery
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Do Your Bit NI
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Refuge Hot Chocolate
  • Special guest
    Collective Member
    Foxtrail Flowers

This month's charity partner...

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful is an independent charity dedicated to creating a cleaner, greener and more sustainable Northern Ireland by delivering on improving environmental education in every school in Northern Ireland, increasing public engagement for communities in need and raising environmental standards for the places where people spend time: where they live, work and relax.

Underpinning this is our survey work reporting on neighbourhood cleanliness across Northern Ireland with the Borough Cleanliness Survey, Northern Ireland Litter Survey and the Marine Litter Survey. Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful is expanding volunteering opportunities with a focus on creating a new societal norm of taking responsibility for where you live. This is delivered through campaigns including Adopt A Spot, The BIG Spring Clean and the Clean Coasts programme. Supporting volunteering is a key strand of the public-private-NGO partnership that makes up Live Here Love Here.

Live Here Love Here is about creating tangible community pride, loving where you live and feeling responsible for the landscape around you. The result is the creation of a better environment for all our communities. Closely associated with this is our work to raise environmental standards through certification schemes including Blue Flag for beaches and marinas, the Seaside and Green Coast Awards, Green Flag Awards for public open spaces and the Live Here Love Here Green Business Awards. All of these operate across and beyond Northern Ireland. We are also involved at all levels of our education system and beyond, with international programmes including Eco-Schools, Young Reporters on the Environment and EcoCampus. Eco-Home also adds to our resolve to realise sustainable living habits.

It’s your Northern Ireland, so why not get involved today!

Volunteers will be on hand throughout the day with further information.

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