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Warrenpoint Artisan Market

Queen Street, Warrenpoint, Down, BT34 3NH
Warrenpoint Artisan Market

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Warrenpoint Artisan Market showcases local food producers and crafters work. Stall holders attend offering unique local products. Musicians entertain the crowds from the beautiful bandstand. Children can visit the play park after a hot chocolate and sticky bun!

Warrenpoint Artisan Market takes place on the 4th Saturday of every month with the exception of December.

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  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

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