Our second market of 2012 will take place today, Tuesday 3rd April at 4pm-8pm, and due to the weather forecast looking pretty ropey, we’ll should be inside and outside of Stirchley United Working Men’s Club this month. It looks like being one of the biggest markets we’ve ever organised, with over 25 different stalls to choose from, and an Easter Egg Hunt!
Here’s a quick run down of what to expect. On the food side we have:
Bread from ‘Loaf’;
Artisan beers and tasting sessions from ‘Stirchey Wines’;
Deli delights from our Bournville neighbours, ‘Leverton and Halls’;
The finest cheeses from ‘Capeling and Co’;
‘Urban Harvest’, a project to turn your fruit into locally produced juice and more;
Cupcakes from social enterprise ‘Frost and Snow’;
Plants and preserves from ‘Martineau Gardens’;
Jams, marmalades and more from ‘Artisan Preserves’;
Spices, herbs and cooking ingredients from ‘jACKrABBIT’
Cakes from ‘Spatulas at Dawn’
Meat and sausages from Stirchley’s own ‘Wolsey Sausage Company’
Hot Curry from Sajida Holmes.
Coffee and hot drinks from ‘Jo’s Coffee to Go’;
And the non-food stalls:
Plants from ‘Eats and Leaves’ to get your garden ready for spring;
Get a free bike check from the ‘Birmingham Bike Foundry’;
Find some great bargain vinyl from the two-time winner of Stirchley Junior Rap-Battle, discmaster ‘Tim Gascoigne’;
Eclectic vintage finds from ‘Cath and Jenny’;
Handmade unique jewellery with a vintage twist from ‘Cherry Star’;
‘Night to Remember’ film screening tickets, DVD recommendations, and books from Stirchley Happenings;
Urban photography, curios, and lampshade advice from retro-vintage king, Harry Starling;
Reconditioned picture-frames and homewares from ‘Pixiefrog Arts and Crafts’;
Contemporary jewellery from ‘Platten Design’;
Baskets and ornaments woven from recycled newspaper from ‘Papier Trouvé’;
Photos chronicling local scenes and events by ‘The Brum Reaper’;
& consultation on a local pay-as-you-go electric car and bike hire club from ‘Green Revolutions’.
See you there!