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Thanks for a lovely market

April 3, 2013

April 2013 Market

Yesterday saw the first market of 2013, and we’re very glad that we waited past a dark, bitterly cold March to come back into life with a bright, sunny, slightly chilly April market. It was a fantastic turn-out, and we were really pleased to see the return of some old favourite stalls as well as the addition of some brilliant new ones. Thanks so much to all of you who came along and made it such a wonderful event.

Please do put the next date in your diary: Tuesday 7th May, 4pm to 8pm at the Stirchley United W.M.C., and spread the word about it to your friends and neighbours. There should be more of the same great stalls, arts, crafts, hot and cold food, and possibly some uniquely amplified entertainment: keep your eyes and ears peeled for that!

We’re always looking for volunteers to help with the market, and new and interesting ideas and stalls, so if you want to get in touch, please email us on

Thanks again, and see you next month,

Chris, Kerry, Tom and Nancy.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. April 3, 2013 4:22 pm

    It was indeed a lovely market – thanks to all involved. Already looking forward to the next one!

  2. ANTHEA SMITHSON permalink
    April 4, 2013 12:24 pm

    Hi, I was wonderw much you charge for a stall, and is there a restriction on how many of the same stalls? I have yet to come but will have more free time in the future and am considering jam/marmalade, and home made cards? Kind regards Anthea Smithson


  3. April 11, 2013 5:51 pm

    the @CitySuppers team will be coming down to the next market. Those sausages look amazing!

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