South Dublin County Council is delighted to announce that Tymon Park Food & Craft Market is returning for a second year this summer, after the great success of last year.
The offerings available include street food, crafts, artisan produce and entertainment, providing all the ingredients for a fun filled family day out.
Mayor of South Dublin County Council, Cllr Emma Murphy said “I am absolutely delighted to see the Tymon Park Market return this year. Last year the markets proved to be a fantastic social space for residents and visitors to the county. The markets showcase some wonderful craft, food and artisan products and highlight some of the amazing up-and-coming food producers supported by the Local Enterprise Office South Dublin. I encourage the local communities to come along to support and experience all these markets have to offer.”
The market will operate every Saturday from 11am to 4pm and will be held for the first time on Saturday the 6th of May. Tymon Park Food and Craft Market will be located in Tymon Park, Castletymon Road, Tallaght, next to the playground.
The market will promote local enterprise and develop a sense of community by utilising where possible local producers and crafts people, including Local Enterprise Office South Dublin (LEO) start-up clients.
“LEO South Dublin is delighted to collaborate with Dublin’s Outdoors to utilise and develop this opportunity. Outdoor markets offer a fantastic opportunity for our exciting new local food and craft producers to showcase their new products and benefit from the feedback of local consumers.” said Tom Rooney, Head of Enterprise at Local Enterprise Office South Dublin.
Outdoor markets support the promotion of the local community, enhance the attraction of our parks as valuable amenities and improve the tourism offering in the County, which is why South Dublin County Council and Dublin’s Outdoors is excited to welcome you to our market this summer!
If you are a small business and want to be involved in the market then you can email Anne at [email protected] or message them on their Facebook and Instagram.
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