The first Stirchley Community Market of the year will take place this Tuesday 6th March, from 4pm-8pm at Stirchley United Working Men’s Club.
Here’s a list of our stallholders.
Spatulas at Dawn- Cakes, brownies and muffins baked to order with love (and the occasional courgette). Bundt cakes a speciality. http://www.spatulasatdawn.com @spatulasatdawn.com
Jo’s Coffee To Go- Speciality teas, coffees, and soft drinks.
Frost and Snow- a social enterprise that specialises in creating gorgeous cupcakes, providing training and job opportunities to previously homeless people. @FrostandSnow
Loaf – Hand-made bread from the community bakery/cookery school/social enterprise. http://www.loafonline.co.uk @loafonline
Artisan Preserves – Jams and marmalades.
Martineau Gardens – Plants and preserves from Edgbaston’s beautiful (and free!) community garden. http://www.martineau-gardens.org.uk @martineau27
Capeling and Co – Cheesemongers providing artisan and farmhouse cheeses from the UK and continental Europe. http://www.capelingandco.wordpress.com @CapelingandCo
Stirchley Wines – One of the best off-licenses in Brum. http://www.stirchleywines.co.uk @StirchleyWines
South Birmingham Food Co-op – Co-operative offering whole-foods, store cupboard items such as tinned goods, oil and sauces, as well as environmentally friendly household products. http://www.bhamfoodcoop.wordpress.com
jACKrABBIT – herbs, spices and ingredients for cooking, both dried and fresh, and also some home grown, delivering in the local area. – http://www.jackrabbitinfo.blogspot.com
Wolsey Sausage Company – Sausages manufactured about 100m from the market site, along with your favourite butchers cuts of meat.
Sajida Holmes – hot curry.
Wolsey Sausage Company – Stirchley’s own sausage-makers from Lea House Road.
Arts and Crafts:
Papier Trouvé and The Brum Reaper: Baskets and ornaments woven from
recycled newspaper by Elizabeth. Photos chronicling local scenes and events by Thorsten.
Cath and Jenny – Arts and Crafts.
Cherry Star – handmade unique and fashionable jewellery makers with a
vintage twist. @cherrystarltd
Tim Gascoigne- record seller extrordinaire/DJ fantastique.
Harry Starling- industrial exploratory photography, curios, sewed items. @raddogextreme
Pixiefrog Arts and Crafts – Recycled and revamped household objects, specialising in mirrors and picture frames.
Stirchley Happenings – Films, crafts and bits and bobs. http://www.stirchleyhappenings.wordpress.com @StirchleyHaps
Birmingham Bike Foundry – A worker co-operative providing training, repairs and recycling donated bicycles and selling them at affordable prices in our community. http://www.birminghambikefoundry.org @BikeFoundry
Plus the Ikon Gallery will be there looking for a ‘Real Birmingham Family’ (see the website for details).
We look forward to seeing you there!