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Show me the NOMMY

June 14, 2011 by

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. Dressing your produce for market may seem secondary to the taste and quality of your product but it is important to remember that the first experience customers will have of your product is visual, feed the eyes and the belly will follow! Creating tasty yet eye-catching focal points for your produce will increase your reputation […]

Raging against the Machine in Ireland

June 13, 2011 by

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  I set the Market Bazaar up in response to the protracted death knell of Ennis as I knew it. My father is a signwriter, we grew up in the middle of the Market and watched it change from a vibrant buzzing centre of commerce and social support to a giant car park with fewer […]

Getting on with it

May 9, 2011 by

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Two months of dreaming and scheming  and a lifetime of soaking up skills seems set to pay off this week, my kitchen table the site of planning, marketing, manufacture and distribution of propaganda and briefing room for my staff consisting of 2 pugs a few cats and the occasional stray child may actually start to […]

Opening week NEWS!

May 7, 2011 by

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Very happy to announce we are booked out for opening weekend and are filling up fast for Fleadh weekend. We have lots of stuff for the magpie, the peckish and the curious among you. Among other things we have Vinyl, handmade clothes and designer pre-loved items, who knows what the second hand tables will turn […]

Advice for New Traders

May 3, 2011 by

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The stalls are set up ready for you and your goods on the day, only traders who book for 3 weeks are entitled to reserve particular positions. The rest of the stalls are allotted on a first come first serve basis Stalls are brightly covered but you might like to bring some boxes you could […]

Contacting us

April 28, 2011 by

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Welcome to Ennis Market Bazaar

March 14, 2011 by

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We aim to put the market back in The Market. One of the oldest parts of Ennis with wide streets and ample parking the Market has traditionally been the bartering centre of town, with people drawn from all over the county and afar to trade, to haggle, to show and to sell, to come together […]