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.”
We’re back in exactly ONE WEEK!
Tuesday 7th March, 4-8pm at Stirchley Baths.
In addition to our previously announced wonderful roster… we have KITTY & MIN joining us at the March market with their contemporary homewares and accessories.
See you in a week!
Stirchley Community Market are emerging from their annual hibernation – and are announcing the stallholders for the first market of 2017.
The next market is Tuesday 7th March, 4-8pm in the main hall at Stirchley Baths with some stalls outside (signposted on the night!).
For those who haven’t been before, it’s a jolly social occasion run by the local community, where you can shop and socialise. Come and have a coffee and some hot food for dinner, and buy some of your weekly shop items – and plenty of treats!
- How Brave is the Wren – “Travelling Children’s Bookshop”
- Isherwood & Co – “seasonal affordable flowers and plants”
- Bulgarian Rose – “Holistic Therapy and products”
- There Goes – “a roaming coffee bar serving specialty coffee roasted in Birmingham”
- Kneals Chocolates – “Handmade luxury chocolate”
- Bunny Street – “Handmade loungewear, kitchen textiles, home decor and accessories”
- Mrs Mills Makes Cakes – “Homemade Granola Bars, Brownies, Cakes Bakes & Deliciously Indulgent Desserts’
- Julie’s Rainbow Reiki – “Crystals, handmade candles, little gifts and incense sticks”
- Working Clasp – “Hand made laser cut jewellery and accessories”
- Happy Gut Hut Kombucha – “Delicious, fermented pro-biotic, Green tea based drink”
- Cuffufle Preserves – “I make Cordials, mustards, vinegars, oils, jams and chutneys – sourcing local ingredients whereever possible”
- Pip’s Hot Sauce – “Handmade hot sauces”
- Vegetropolis – Organic fruit and veg box delivery service, local and fresh, organic home delivery , fresh wholesale supplies
- Loaf Community Bakery and Cookery School – REAL BREAD and sweet buns!
- Drop & Swap – Bring your unwanted (clean, no holes / pulls) to swap for something new to you
- ***NEW TO THE MARKET!!!*** Kings Heath based The Hungry Penguin Pancake Co with tasty sweet / savoury filled pancakes!
- ***NEW TO THE MARKET!!!*** Locals The Indian Lunchbox are coming to the market with mobile catering van serving traditional indian street food
- ***NEW TO THE MARKET!!!*** Contemporary homewares by Kitty and Min!
We still have a number of slots available – if you’d like to attend as a stall-holder please email Kathy firstname.lastname@example.org
As a taster for the March Market – look at this salted caramel brownie cake by Mrs Mills Makes Cakes (photo by @GoodStirchley on twitter)
We hope you’re settling into 2017 well. We’re gearing up for our 2017 season of markets and taking bookings. If you’d like to join us as a trader please sign up here: https://stirchleycommunitymarket.co.uk/stallholders/
The dates for 2017 markets are below!
Come and find out what Stirchley has to offer! On the first Tuesday of the month (March — December) come down to Stirchley Baths for locally made food, groceries and arts & crafts. Organised by volunteers since 2010.
March 7th, April 4th, May 2nd, June 6th, July 4th, Aug 1st, Sept 5th, Oct 3rd, Nov 7th & Dec 5th