As well as all of our returning stall holders which can be discovered in the link above we have two stallholders that are brand new to Stirchley Community Market this May!
The Holodeck is a superb printmaking and bookbinding workshop based in Birmingham city centre run by Stirchley’s own Joseph Lilley and will be at the Market to promote their amazing services and selling examples of some of their creations. Many of you might be familiar with The Holodeck already because of their fantastic Save Stirchley Library riso-print posters that are in many living room windows all over the area.
Little Lion Crafts is a lovely local handmade craft stall. Designer Lou creates a range of bespoke 3D Quote, Scrabble & Lego frames. Not to mention the Upcycled Demijohn Lamps that are made to order, making sure each one is completely unique. Make sure to pop into May’s Market to see all the other crafty bits and pieces that have for sale, or even to have a chat with the artist about creating something uniquely you!
We hope to see you all on Tuesday 2th May, 4-8pm at Stirchley Baths.
Invite everyone you know!
Happy Spring everybody!
This month has whizzed past and it is almost time for May’s Stirchley Community Market, we have a lovely line up for May, a marvellous mix of brand new stalls, good old regulars and some stall holders we haven’t seen in absolutely ages!
If you would like to check out some of our new stall holders in more detail please follow THIS link.
List of confirmed stall holders:
Indoor Stallholders: Pip’s Hot Sauce, Mrs Mills Makes Cakes, Cuffufle Preserves, Bulgarian Rose UK by Natasha Barton, Kneals Chocolates, There Goes (coffee), Loaf Community Bakery, Jam vs Custard, Bunny Street, Julie’s Rainbow Reiki, Kitty and Min, The Holodeck (NEW!), Drop and Swap, Little Lion Crafts (NEW!), Textile Designs by Sarah, PachaPuro/Pacha Albaido
As well as ChangeKitchen (Stirchley Baths on site café)
We are really looking forward to seeing everyone at Stirchley Baths next Tuesday, the day after May Day bank holiday!
Wishing for a sunny, day after May Day day!
We’ve already posted some photos of the April market on our Facebook page and here’s another selection courtesy of photographer Phil Banting. Make sure the next market is on your calendar. We can’t wait!
Here we have the full list of stalls for April’s Stirchley Community Market! We love ALL of our markets but we think this is our best one yet – even if we do say so ourselves! Join us Tuesday 4th April 4-8pm at Stirchley Baths.
As well as all of our returning regular stall holders, which you can find more about here, we have a whopping five new businesses joining us for April’s Market. We are so excited to have them join us in Stirchley Baths, giving the market more variety than ever before. See below for a bit more detail on each of our newcomers:
Copper & Solder is a very chic and glamorous business that create unique home and lifestyle products for modern, casual living spaces with an industrial, minimal feel. You can see from their fantastic website that these guys have some serious style!
What can we say about the lovely, next-door neighbour to the Baths that you don’t already know? Many of you might have seen some fantastic Save Stirchley Library posters around the area recently, well that is because Stirchley Library services have recently been under threat of being relocated by the council – following a consultation, the services have been secured in the current building for the next 12 months, but the future is uncertain. So, some local people have banded together to create Friends of Stirchley Library. The Friends will be at the Baths this April to fill you in on all that has been happening and let visitors know all the ways that you can help them help the Library. Please do come and say hello to them and let them know if you are able to help out in any way.
Frilly Industries create some absolutely divine laser cut wood accessories. They have an incredible range of products, from Ryan Gosling broaches to geometric bear collar clips. With their great prices and originality we are sure you will find something you’d love!
Stirchley Community Market is thrilled to be hosting The Middle Feast! They are an amazing food stall and create all sorts of Middle Eastern inspired kebabs and mezzé, made totally fresh by passionate lovers of all things flavour. This is not one to miss! Just check out their menu in the about section of their website.
That right! Doughnuts are coming to Stirchley Community Market, and not just any doughnuts, fresh home made treats from the new kids on the block Jam vs Custard. When we say Jam vs Custard are new, we aren’t kidding. These guys are brand new and are launching their business at our market, so make sure you get down their to show your support by eating loads of doughnuts. Can’t go wrong really!
We hope to see you all on Tuesday 4th April, 4-8pm at Stirchley Baths.
Invite everyone you know!
Please see below for our outdoor market traders, don’t forget them when you come along to the market!
Next market – 4-8pm at Stirchley Baths – Tuesday 7th March.
The full list of our stallholders is available here.
The Indian Lunchbox is a mobile catering company serving up delicious traditional Indian Street Food.
“Our menu consists of dishes traditionally sold on the streets in India. They fill the air with a devine smell of spices and aromas, which entice you to want a taste. All our dishes are created from scratch with fresh ingredients and filled with years of experience passed down from generation to generation.”
Pancake day may have been and gone but we have our own pancake day at the next market with new trader to our market The Hungry Penguin Pancake Co:
“We make sweet and savoury pancakes. We serve at festivals, street food events, private parties, weddings and markets – come and FILL YOUR BEAK!!”
Also outside we have:
Long term Stirchley Community Market trader Vegetropolis will be out on in the courtyard:
“Vegetropolis – Organic Fruit & Veg, Artisan Bread, Eggs, Honey, other locally produced Artisan food products in Veg Boxes delivered & at Markets too!”
Another long term Stirchley Community Market trader is The Happy Gut Hut:
“We make Raw Kombucha , Jun and Kefir. These are all live cultured foods/beverages which help to restore good gut bacteria giving vitality and energy :-)”
How Brave is the Wren is a travelling children’s bookshop caravan, they’ve been attending Stirchley Community Market for a year now, and have become a firm favourite with visitors! Come aboard and see what they have to show you.
“We stock beautifully-crafted illustrated stories and picture books created by illustrators and artists that appeal to the young and the young at heart.”