Skerries Mills Farmers Market
Good afternoon peeps! Just to let you know that the farmers market will be on from 10am this Saturday. fresh produce, arts and crafts, Irish made and Irish grown. Its the holiday season, so some of us are on holidays, but we still have a good range of products for you here. See you Saturday!
Hella will be at Flavours of Fingal County Show this Saturday, so will be Clonanny Farm.
Afternoon all! Despite the fact that some of our stalls will be found at the Flavours of Fingal show this weekend, we will still have a core group ready for you this Saturday. Debbie will have baked her usual yummy cakes and tarts, and Anne will be there with handmade carts and fairtrade gifts. Don't forget to pick up your organic veggie boxes from Paddy s farm this Friday. Enjoy the weather! <3
Folks, this Saturday the Skerries Farmers Market is moving to the the Skerries Midsummer Festival area with all our stalls! we will set up a bit earlier than the craft fair, up and running from 10am, so do come to the beach front, we are right outside the marquee with our free range sausages, organic eggs, vegetables, preserves, home baking, soaps, knitting and crafts. Weather will be brill!
Via: private message A pair of glasses was lost on 17th June on the wall opposite Gerry's. They are bronze in colour.
In shops now
On their special day.........
Skerries Progressive Credit Union Ltd Monster Bingo for Remember Us
Skerries Rugby Club
A SKERRIES/DUNBAR kind of day in NZ....
Are you ready to tackle the All Blacks? Club open at 8am tomorrow morning for the 8.35am drop-out!
Skerries RFC is very happy to be associated with 'Remember Us' local charity catering for people with special needs. A MONSTER Bingo Event will be held in the City North Hotel on Sunday the 2nd of July at 2.30pm. All proceeds to this great Charity Org.
An interesting historical fact emerging from all the facts surrounding Saturday's big game is that our Dr. Bill (along with other notable Irish players) played on the last Lions team to defeat the AB's in Auckland in 1959. Another feather to add to his cap already in full plumage. We're sure he won't mind seeing this feat equalled at the weekend!
Skerries Community Association - SCA
Wonderful picture of the slipway, rarely seen with so much colour. Thank you Mark.
This is something that should interest all those musically talented young people around Skerries.
WATCH: Footage from Tuesdays call out when our volunteers assisted a fishing trawler that had lost power.
Trophy Collector Catherine Condrot stole away with the 200m trophy today after a brave performance. Last seen Looking for a new mantelpiece . Well done CC .... ( Champion Collector )