The Sligo Easter Flea Market

Flea Market

Today I headed off to the Sligo Easter Flea Market at The Model. The Sligo Flea Market hosts an array of stalls selling all kinds of items, from vintage bric-a-brac, cakes, vintage clothes, records and trinkets. There are all kinds of treasures to be discovered at the Flea Market.


There were some gorgeous dresses, shoes and jackets for sale from DuMore Embroidery and the Cairde Arts Festival Stall. I love the skirt below, made from money bags by DuMore Embroidery.

IMG_4307There were also lots of edible goodies including these Easter eggs below in their very stylish cups and egg cups. If only my kids were younger I’d have bought some. I did buy the most wonderful piece of bakewell tart from Carrie Hughes Cakes…there would have been a photo but I ate it! It’s the nicest bakewell tart I’ve ever had.


IMG_4315All the stalls were so nicely set out and The Model is a perfect place for the market. You can sit and relax over a lovely coffee in the cafe and catch up with old friends or maybe make a few new ones whilst picking up a bargain at the same time.

IMG_4322Some of the items are very unique. If you haven’t got to the Sligo Flea Market before it really is worth going to, you never know what you’ll find.

IMG_4341Faughts Record Fair were also at the market. I really like the Def Leppard picture disc. Weren’t the old days of vinyl just great! I remember singing along to my albums and even knew when the record was going to jump…it’s not the same anymore.

The next Sligo Flea market is in June, I’m looking forward to going already! The rest of my photos are here.

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