The first one was a hit last weekend.
Now there’s a second opportunity to visit the Made in Cork Boy Craft & Food Market in Douglas this Sunday, August 3oth.
The outdoor market, set up in St Patrick’s Woollen Mills from 11am until 5pm, is running as part of Cork Craft and Design Month.
All thirty of the stalls set up on the day will be selling items that are 100% made on Leeside. You can check out cosmic air plant holders, oil burners and soap dishes by Ceramifique, jewellery and pendants from LAVVŌ and art and home decor to suit all tastes, handmade in some of the county’s most exciting studios and workshops.
“Every trader lives and works in Cork so you are supporting local to its finest.” say the organisers.
There’s free parking available around the back of the Woollen Mills too, so it won’t cost you a bob to go along.