Stirchley Thought Exchange … In A Gazebo!

Stirchley Thought Exchange will be making its second public appearance at the next Stirchley Community Market on Tuesday 24th August 4 - 8pm, after its first event outside the local Coop back in June 2010. The Thought Exchange is a community environmental art project, run by local artist Roxie Collins. The project creatively gathers people's …

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Stirchley Community Market on Flickr

Thanks to everyone who attended the first Stirchley Community Market - it was wonderful to see such a big turnout (or should that be turnip?!). We hope that you enjoyed the event as much as we did, and in order to help you relive the occasion we have started a Flickr group where you will …

Stirchley Community Market in the Birmingham Post

As well as our national news coverage in yesterday's Guardian Society, we had a brilliant write-up in today's Birmingham Postย by local food and features writer Richard McComb. Amongst other witty and insightful comments, Richard writes: "There is no other market quite like it in Birmingham. This really is one event that can truly claim to …

Pride of Place

Here's an exciting link that everyone should click: SCM in Guardian.ย Yes, Stirchley Community Market has gone national today with a great review in the Society section of the Guardian! Jounalist Chris Arnot has really captured the essence of the event and we hope that the momentum created by the interest in the first market will …

How to shop with South Birmingham Food Co-op

South Birmingham Food Co-op are very excited to be part of Stirchley Community Market. We are a not-for-profit group using our combined purchasing power to make better food available to our communities. We'll be selling a small taster range of wholefoods, environmentally friendly toiletries and cleaning products and store cupboard items, all ethically and sustainably …