Discoveries to be made at the August Market

The market is upon us again – how quickly a month has passed! Stirchley doesn’t stand still and this is reflected in our line up of stall holders. Don’t worry, the majority of your old favourites are still with us – apart from a couple of holiday clashes – and we have been able to accommodate lots more local arts and crafts producers due to the kind loan of Friends of Cotteridge Park’s marquee.

In August we are welcoming the following creative people:

Carla Smith – Illustrations, Jess Mikhail – Illustrations, Lizz Lunney – Illustrations and Comics, Lucy Sobrero – Arts and Crafts, Rusty Pit Wheel – Photography, Sonya Williams – Painted Glassware, Stirchley Thought Exchange – Creative Approaches to Stirchley, Sue Mason-Burns – Jewellery  and Traces of Rock – Fair Trade T-shirts

As Balti Cottage are unable to make it along due to Ramadan, Kings Heath’s Soul Food Project will be providing the hot food tomorrow and Stirchley Working Men’s Club will be filling in for Jo’s Coffee to Go (she’s on holiday) with hot drinks and maybe  even something stronger if you fancy it.

We also have something totally new – Cameron Antiques are going to bring some of their exciting and unique items along for your perusal.

Loaf, South Birmingham Food Co-op, Birmingham Bike Foundry, Stirchley Happenings, Martineau Gardens, Artisan Preserves, Barrow Boy, Frost and Snow and the community stall will all be reappearing – we hope you will to!

2 Replies to “Discoveries to be made at the August Market”

  1. just an excuse to extort large amounts of money from peoples pockets for produce that can be brought for fraction of the price in Bham Market

  2. Hello rd kill,

    Sorry you feel that way. Stirchley Community Market is a not-for-profit organisation run by a team of volunteers. We aim to provide a platform for food producers and artists from the local area who might not otherwise have a chance to sell their wares. Come along – you might be surprised!

    Stirchley Community Market

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