If you’ve never experienced the delights of the Farmer’s Market in Roscommon, now is a good time to give it a try. The market is held every week alongside Gleeson’s Townhouse in the Square- easy to find if you are in the town centre, just look for the Bank of Ireland and signs will point you in the right direction. Roscommon Farmer’s Market isn’t your ordinary market selling cheap mass manufactured stuff at knock down prices – no, this is high quality, artisan food brought to you direct from the people who make or grow it. There are delicious jams made from home grown fruit, organic free range eggs, organic meats and poultry, organic soft cheese and yoghurt, fresh fish from Killybegs, home baked cakes and pies, specialist baked breads, organic cheeses, organic fresh fruit and vegetables, plus salads and herbs picked fresh that morning – you won’t find anything fresher unless you’ve grown it yourself! So, if you care about where your food comes from and are still wondering where you can buy something fresh, tasty and nutritious for your dinner, give Roscommon Farmer’s Market a try on Friday!