Hello everyone, it’s just TWO WEEKS until the final market of the year. We’re all excited to be starting the countdown to Christmas so please join us Tuesday December 4th, 4-8 pm.
For a full list of stall holders, see below:
Outside in the courtyard:
The Happy Gut Hut– Kombucha drinks for a happy and healthy gut
Vegetropolis– Fresh fruit and veg delivery service
How Brave is the Wren– Travelling children’s bookshop
Go Jonny Pancakes – Delicious pancakes!
Full of Chaat– Indian street food
Inside the baths:
Jenna Catton Illustrations – Children’s book and face painting station
The Holodeck– Hand printed stationary, cards and posters
There Goes Coffee– Pop-up coffee bar
Will Kew Pottery– Handmade ceramics
Stirchley Merch by Jayne Murray– Tea towels, mugs, coasters and more, straight out of Stirchley
Rainbow Reiki– Holistic therapies, crystals and more with Julie
Fugdebox– Handmade fudge using traditional recipes
Sarah Cage Textile Art– Handcrafted textiles and clothing
Hannah Kyriakou Designs– Sterling silver botanical jewellery, made by hand and inspired by nature
Warm Hugs- Handcrafted bedding and accessories
Pip’s Hot Sauce– Homemade spicy hot sauce
Kneals Chocolates– Local artisan chocolatier
Abbie Gaiger Jewellery– Bold acrylic jewellery based on geometry, symmetry and patterns within mathematics
Declog Body & Mind– Massages for body and mind
Threads to Treasure- Machine embroidered items
Amy Macrame– Handmade macrame
Mirta Vargas Ceramics- Selly Oak based ceramics artist
Birmingham Brewing Company– Stirchley based brewery, bringing a selection of beers
John Ramsell– Original artworks
MJR Design Co– Hand embroidery and lino-printing inspired by natural forms
Jam vs Custard– Fresh doughnuts made using seasonal flavours and homemade ingredients
Cuffufle Preserves– Delicious homemade chutneys, jams, vinegars and cordials
Queen of Camelias– A selection of organic teas
Plog on Canals- Picking up litter along the canals while jogging!
Kings Heath Action for Refugees
As usual Stirchley Baths on-site vegan and vegetarian cafe Change Kitchen will be serving up delicious meals and hot drinks.
Since it’s Christmas, we’ll be holding a raffle on the day with all proceeds going to Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid, a charity supporting women and children affected by domestic violence, rape and sexual assault. Alongside this we would urge anyone thinking of helping to bring along toiletries and sanitary products for BSWA and any food donations for our local food bank.
We’d also like to take a quick minute to thank each and every one of our wonderful stall holders, volunteers and customers, without whom we wouldn’t have our monthly market.
Looking forward to seeing you all in December for our Christmas market!
If you need directions please visit our ‘FINDING US‘ page.