ABC Council Community Constituency Council Government Portadown Upper Bann

Portadown Pop Up Market

Soak up the last days of summer with a visit to Portadown’s Pop Up Market, jam packed with delicious treats and eats, music, and lots of family fun entertainment.

On Friday 26 August, Magowan West Plaza will be awash of colourful sights, lively sounds and delicious scents from 4pm to 8pm as Portadown hosts a Pop Up Market.

Catering for everyone in the family, the market will feature everything from an array of fabulous Food Heartland and local produce, a trapeze artist, puppet shows, face painting, carnival games and a live cookery demonstration from Food Heartland Chef Raymond Armstrong – so it’s really not to be missed.

Making an appearance at the Pop Up Market later this month, Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon, Councillor Paul Greenfield commented:

“We are delighted to be working alongside the Portadown Chamber of Commerce and local businesses to bring this amazing pop up market to the town this month. Guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser, make sure to come along and enjoy an evening of fantastic food, live music and creative crafts at this fun-filled summer market.”

Adrian Farrell from Portadown Chamber of Commerce said:

“We are looking forward to this exciting Pop Up Market taking place later this month. With great food, assorted craft stalls and live music, there will be something for everyone at this late summer event. Many thanks to all at Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council for organising and delivering this market.”

The Portadown Pop Up Market is being organised by Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council supported by Portadown Chamber of Commerce.


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