Roe Valley Speciality Market

If you love local fresh food, quirky handmade crafts and fine art why not learn more and 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.   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

We hope to see you soon.  

Trading Enquiries

Limavady Town

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.

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.

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.

The market is conveniently located  at Drumceatt Square in the Town Centre beside the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre.  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.

More information about Limavady

As a not for profit social enterprise we deliver an independent community managed and owned artisan market.  Offering a unique platform for local people to start up, develop businesses and become self sufficient. We work with both members and casual traders.

We strive to create a welcoming, wholesome atmosphere where traders and consumers can meet for mutual benefit, emphasising local, farm produce and handcrafted items and skills, with educational and social opportunities for both our trading community and the local community we work in.


Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide artisan producers with the services, support and opportunities to

  • develop their businesses

  • contribute to local economic, tourism and community development

  • create welcoming, wholesome, educational, cultural and inclusive events that will positively improve the quality of life in our local communities through partnership working


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Roe Valley Speciality Market

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Call us: 07723622008

Find us on market days at:  Drumceatt Square,

24 Main St, Limavady BT49 0EL