Explore local craft, foods and drinks at the ‘Local at the Deanery’ pop–up shop

We are in full festive mode here at the Waterford Local Enterprise Office and this year we have gone the extra mile and established our very first festive pop-up shop.

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Over the last couple of years, the locally produced food, crafts and drinks industry is growing exponentially in Waterford. We have met and worked with an incredible number of talented producers and crafters – so, we put together a pop-up shop option for them to share and showcase their wares with all at Winterval.


This weekend we open ‘Local at The Deanery’ for the first time, it will feature a wonderful arrange of quality products all produced right here in Waterford.

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For the 2017 pop up, products from Sally Barry, Moonwood handmade Jewellery, Stephen Carr Handmade Wooden Products, Nicola Chestnutt prints and paintings, Karen Cottier Wild Oats Soaps, Orlaith Fitzgerald Loves and Fishes Christmas Decorations, Victoria Flanagan Copper Coast Skincare, Margaret Fleming Dessert First Christmas cakes, Sheila Galvin Clashganny Organic Farm, Shona McDonald Mireog cards, and gifts, Larry McCarthy Iconic pens, Beibhinn McGrath, BEIBHINN the clothing label, Keith McGrory Hightower product a selection of innovative paintings, Mags Noonan Liveeka healing creams, Martine O'Donovan artisan blanket chests and artwork, Trish O'Neill's handmade organic skincare, Michael Slattery Ember fire mats, Claire Trihy with Claire's Food and Drinks will all be on offer.

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The pop-up shop is opening from Friday, December the 8th to Sunday, December 10th again from Friday, December 15th until Sunday, December 17th and again on Thursday and Friday, December 21st and 22nd, opening hours at 10 am to 4.30pm apart from Sunday's when the opening time is 12 noon.


Pop in and support your local producers this Christmas!


P.S. If you’re not sure where The Deanery is, it’s the beautiful building that the Winterval lightshow is projected onto in Cathedral Square.