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Speciality Market in the Heart of Limavady Town.

The Roe Valley Speciality Market is delivered by Naturally North Coast and Glens. We deliver a unique market in the heart of Limavady for local people to start up, develop businesses and become self sufficient.

Roe Valley Speciality Market: About Us
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Hello from Limavady!

If you love local fresh food, quirky handmade crafts, fine art and speciality products why not visit one of our market days at the beautiful Limavady town centre location of Drumceatt Square, Limavady town's only communal public square. This beautiful central outside space is located beside the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre.   
We are a small friendly outdoor market boasting a range of speciality food, art and handmade craft.  Perfectly located to allow you to visit both the market and find out what Limavady town has to offer.   The markets are free to enter and we are also dog friendly.   

Our traders will give you a warm welcome and be happy to show you a wide variety of beautiful, local hand produced foods and crafts.
You'll enjoy the colourful displays, the delicious aromas, taste of fresh food produce and the buzz of traders and customers chatting and laughing.  As you browse the producer's wares, take the time to talk and learn about craft techniques, cooking expertise, and well-tuned skills. Ask questions, broaden your mind, experience the entrepreneurial spirit, discover hidden talents, discover new products, enjoy the atmosphere,  and all the best your community market has to offer.

We are always on the look out for new and talented traders, please check out the trading information on the website if you're interested in taking part in the Roe Valley Speciality Market.

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If you love local produce then there's never been a better time to 'love your local market'.  
Each market offers shoppers to Limavady a warm welcome, with friendly traders and the choice of a range of unique local produce and speciality items.


On market days we are  conveniently located in Drumceatt Square, just outside the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre.

Drumceatt Square, 24 Main St, Limavady, BT49 0EL

Located within the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre visitors can find Limavady Visitor Information Centre where free tourism literature is available. In addition, information on events and maps covering the Causeway Coast and Glens area and Northern Ireland are available.   The town has a one way traffic system so you can't miss us.


Located right in the centre of Limavady town, we are a few minutes walk from the main car parks. There are also parking bays along Main Street, however standard parking restrictions apply.


Market Dates & Times may be subject to alteration for reasons outside our control.
Outdoor events are always at the mercy of the weather. If necessary in the case of inclement weather the market will be moved into the Roe Valley Arts Centre (pending room availability)
We always recommend checking our website/social media for the most current information before making any journeys.


We are always looking to attract keen talented new traders that can offer something different to enhance our popular market.  
If you are new to market trading and need some support or an old hand please get in touch and we'll do what we can to help get you started.

Check out the register to trade page HERE to get a copy of the traders handbook and get registered online.

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Experience Our Community

The town of Limavady in the west of the Causeway Coast and Glens was founded in the early seventeenth century and its name is of Gaelic origin meaning ‘Leap of the Dog’ (Leim an Mhadaidh).


The ‘Londonderry Air’ is synonymous with the town, as it is here that in 1851 Jane Ross wrote down the tune played by a traveling fiddler – you will know it as “Danny Boy.”


Today it is a thriving market town known for its unique blend of retailers, characterised by family-owned, independent retailers with a fantastic range of boutique style shops,essentials, eateries, coffee shops and bars and a beautiful pedestrian shopping zone just across the road from the market venue.


Within a short distance from the town you will find the Roe Valley Forest Park, a lush, green forest area with beautiful and tranquil scenery.  Binevenagh Mountain provides a bold, dramatic backdrop to Limavady, hence its attraction to as a filming location for the Game of Thrones® series.

You'll find the famous Game of Thrones Door no 5 in Owens Bar in Limavady town. 


Just 11 miles from Limavady is Benone Strand – a Blue Flag Beach that stretches for seven miles. 

It offers a perfect playground for indulging in some active sports including surfing, stand up paddleboarding,

blokarting and horse-riding.  Also close by is the popular Benone Tourist Compex.

The town hosts excellent events such as the Danny Boy Jazz and Blues Festival, The Limavady Agricultural Show and the Award winning Stendhal Festival.  Limavady is home to a local  Économusée  Broighter Gold, a local farm managed by the Entrepreneurs Leona and Richard Kane.  The Farm produces award winning rapeseed oils, and hosts bookable farm tours throughout the year, as well as a fantastic pop up Christmas Shop once a year. 


The Roe Valley Speciality Market is conveniently located  at Drumceatt Square in the Town Centre beside the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre which hosts a wide range of activities and events for all ages and interests. 

Within the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre visitors can find Limavady Visitor Information Centre where free tourism literature is available. In addition, information on events and maps covering the Causeway Coast and Glens area and Northern Ireland are available.

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