Stallholders at the June Market

Photo by Phil Banting

We’re back in June!

Tuesday 7th June 4-8pm at our new brilliant venue Stirchley Baths, both inside and outside – hopefully in the sunshine!

As usual, we’ll have a variety of hot food, fresh produce, arts and crafts galore.

STALLHOLDERS *drumroll please*:


Mrs Mills Makes Cakes with her unmissable cakes and treats, Deeply Felt with wonderful handmade crafts –  new to the market! Forget Me Not also with wonderful handmade crafts – new to the market!, Cuffufle Preserves with her tasty cordials, jams, mustards and more! Creative Stitches with some lovely handmade crafts and furnishings, There Goes (Coffee) with thirst quenching coffee tasters and coffee beans for sale, Pip’s Hot Sauce with her award-winning range of must-have hot sauces, Kneals Chocolates with his mouthwatering handcrafted chocolates, Working Clasp Stirchley-based lasercut artist with eclectic jewellery, Loaf Community Bakery with beautiful local loaves and B30 buns, Stirchley Wines with specially curated beers and ciders, and  Straight From The Cow have eggs and milk – from Redditch!

We also have the Drop & Swap indoors. Bring your unwanted *clean and good condition* clothes and accessories and swap for something new to you!


Eats and Leaves splendid plants for your garden/plot, Vegetropolis with picture-perfect organic fruit and vegetables (seriously), Isherwood & Co local florist with spectacular indoor plants and flowers, The Happy Gut Hut with life-changing kombucha, Cafe Horchata bringing the sunniest parts of Mexico to Stirchley in the form of tacos (and back once again with a working van!), Vegan Grindhouse with hotdogs and burgers you will swear aren’t vegan *but they really are*, Pietanic new to the market with their handmade gourmet pie shop, and How Brave is the Wren a travelling childrens’ bookshop caravan!

Stirchley Baths will have information about activities at the centre – there will be a number of Adult Education tutors who will be promoting the summer and September activities being offered at the Baths – these include learning the ukulele and jewellery making. Moseley has Moselele – we wonder if they’ll soon be a Stirchelele!? Find out on the 7th!

On site vegetarian and vegan café Change Kitchen CIC will be open too.

We look forward to seeing you there!!

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