Schull Country Market - Contact us

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Schull Country Market is approved under the BordBia 'Good Practice Standard' scheme
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Contact Us


To contact us by email - info@schullmarket.com
If you are interested in taking a stall at the Market - please take a moment to read the Market Rules.
The Market, which runs from Easter to the end of September each year, is for farmers, growers, producers and crafters to sell their own produce direct to the public. Stallholders who do not fit these criteria are unlikely to be accepted.
We try to ensure a wide range of products are available to our customers - and so we limit the number of traders who have the same type of items. Currently there are no vacancies for jewellery or baking stalls.

If you’d like to apply to join the market (applications are invited during February each year, and are reviewed/approved/rejected by the membership before the first market of the year in Easter) - please fill in the form on the Market Rules document, and email to to us (info@schullmarket.com)

We’ll be in touch.

To find us.....


Schull is situated in the far south-west of County Cork, Ireland about 67 miles / 107km west of Cork city. MAP To find out more about the area, what’s on, how to get there, where to stay and where to eat - visit the excellent Schull Website - www.schull.ie.
Finding The Pier Road Car Park
From Ballydehob - come into the centre of the village, and take the first left turn, signed to the Pier. The Car Park is on your left about 50 yards down the hill.
From Goleen & Crookhaven - pass through the main street and take the right turn opposite the Church, signed to the Pier. The Car Park is on your left about 50 yards down the hill.

Some of our favourite weblinks -

Schull Website - www.schull.ie - information about the area, where to stay, what to do, where to eat and drink, directory of local businesses etc.
Local weather - met eirreann - or try XCweather - which offers forecasts plus
up-to-date observations from weather stations in Ireland and the UK.
We tend to get our own ‘special’ and rather changeable weather out here in West Cork - so if you pack an umbrella, sunblock, woolly gloves and sandals then you’ll be ready for anything!
There’s a rumour that the official met eirrean weather forecasts are produced at Blarney Castle
- but we couldn’t possibly comment....
Local Markets - www.westcorkmarkets.com - does what it says on the tin!
Local self-catering accommodation - http://www.marconihousecrookhaven.com/
a selection of delightful apartments and cottages - tastefully converted from the house in which Gugliamo Marconi (the genius & father of wireless) lived whilst conducting his great work in the early 1900’s..
Heir Island - www.heirislandferries.com - includes information upon all islands, island events festivals, ferries running to Heir, Sherkin and Long Island. and upon request to Cape,  things to do on the ferries and also links to hotels around the area, ferry companies etc.
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