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Next market 13th July


The next Edgbaston Village Artisan Market is Saturday 13th July

Thank you to those who have already visited the artisan market, following it’s return to Greenfield Crescent this year.  We have been overwhelmed by your support of the local traders, as well as those local independent businesses.

If you haven’t been, you must try to get down to Greenfield Crescent.

Between 10am and 3pm the market takes over the picturesque Crescent and promises to be filled with some really interesting stalls and THE most yummy food & drink.  It’s the perfect opportunity to support local and meet those makers & bakers.

Parking is easy, with free road parking for up to two hours and other P&D car parks within walking distance.

With award winning neighbourhood cafe’s, bars and restaurants, there is something for everyone, not forgetting those independent home interest stores and award winning hair & beauty salons, make a day of it.


Dates for the diary

Saturday 13th July

Saturday 10th August

Saturday 14th September

Saturday 12th October

Saturday 9th November – in conjunction with the Christmas Lights Switch on event (10am-6pm)

Saturday 14th December a Christmas Special Market (10am-4pm)


2024 is sure to be another exciting year, working with the events & market experts Boffy  

For any stall holder interest, please email and we will add you to our waiting list. 


Easily accessible, it is only 10 minute walk from Five Ways train station and 2 minutes walk from the Edgbaston Village Metro stop.  The location using what3words is badge.shield.added and for the location map click here. For details on how to get here – see bottom of this page. 

We have a regular monthly newsletter which includes the market dates, offers and news from across the Edgbaston Village and wider Calthorpe Estate,  click here to see the latest one and please recommend us to your family and friends.


Alison Perry – Beaded Jewellry

Angry Chaffinch – Illustrations

Anna Cumming – Landscape painting

Anna Stewart – Acrylic work 

Apple Ceramics – Ceramics 

Berg & Bloomfield – Ceramics & wood

Claire Nicklin – Lampshades

Clare Gerrad – Abstract paintings

Craig Kopjas – Ceramics

Dave Tolley – Boards 


Ed Alvis – Metal sculpures

Emma Edwards –  Silver Jewellery 

Emma O’Brien – Monsters

Helen Taroni – Cutlery jewellery

Helen Wilson – Books

Jackie Brazier – Silver jewellery

Jane Edmunds – Ceramics

Jane Marshall – Jewellery

Karen Wheeler – Ragdolls

Kate Dean – Prints & textiles

Kate Phipps – Silver jewellery

Kevin Thomas – Architectural photography


Kristian Hegenbarth – Animal paintings on wood 

Libby Gardener – Silver Jewellery

Maria Simmons – Mini house sculptures

Matthew Eaglesfield – Paintings 

Rachel Pritchard – Ceramics

Richard Jelfs – Local illustrations 

Russ Kelsall – Woodwork 

Sabina – Wood & resin 

Sarina Sehjal – Crochet 

Shell Veszpremi – Lino prints

Shirlyn – Batik


Aunties Sauces – Curry sauces & Indian savouries

Beez Neez – Honey & bees wax products

Bellringers – Preserves

Blabershall Vineyard – Wine

Buzzards Valley – Wine

Cafe Canoli – Canoli & arancini

Cameler Spice – Spices

Cinnabox – Cinnamon buns 

Copper Beech Brewing Company – Beer

Hay Charcuterie – Salamies  

Isherwood – Flowers/plants 

Jools Patisserie – Pavlova  

Karin Collins – Cookies

Kelsmoor – Ice cream

Lightwood – Cheeses

Little Sutton Biltong – Biltong

Ludlow Pickle Comapny – Pickles 

Marshall & Co – Chocolate 

Minnie Pang – Bao buns & savoury foods

Mulberry Bakehouse – Scotch eggs/ sausage rolls 

Norburys – Fruit cider, juices, gins

Peter Cooks – Bread

Pip’s Hot Sauce – Chilli sauces

Plant Based Passion – Fruit drinks 

Plenty Pies – Savoury pies

Pudding Shop – steamed puddings 

Pueblo – Empanada

Queso – Cheese

Rugby Distillery – Distillery

Slad Valley – Mushrooms

Spirit of Birmingham – Spirits & beer

Styan- Fruit & Veg

Taartie – Sourdough donuts 

Tan Rosie – Caribbean sauces/ rubs 

Truly Tea – Teas

Vinegar Tips – Vinegars

White Rose Baking – Portuguese desserts

Wildjac – Spirits

Yum – Brownies


Edgbaston Village is easily accessible by public transport, walking, cycling or by car. The newly opened Edgbaston Village Metro stop adds yet another route into the area in addition to Five Ways train station. 

Within the green open spaces of Edgbaston Village, there is a choice of pay and display car parking and free on-road parking. Pay and display car parking can be paid for by using a contactless reader, an app or cash payment methods. Pay and display car parks are limited and located to the rear of Greenfield Crescent (North and South), and to the side of The Physician pub. To view a copy of Village map with car parking locations, click here

We recommend using public transport (to include the new Edgbaston Village Metro stop – for more information and for timetables – click here, walking or cycling. To plan your route, click here

For directions using what3words – click here

Please note:
– Greenfield Crescent will be closed to through traffic – diversions will be in place and car parking is limited. 


Why not make a day of it in Edgbaston Village 

A mile from Birmingham city centre, is home to a tempting array of award-winning places to eat, drink and relax outdoors, shop safely, get your hair done, be pampered and work out too

All set within the period property and leafy surroundings of Edgbaston, what a great way to relax and enjoy a day or night out. 

To find out more – click here

Spots to visit in Edgbaston

Less than a mile from the city centre, Edgbaston is known for its rich history, period properties and leafy environment, as well as being home to some of the city’s most prestigious sporting venues. 

It is easily accessibility from across the city with the Metro tram, arriving at the Edgbaston Village Metro stop within in the heart of the Village.

Whether you’re heading to Edgbaston Stadium or the University of Birmingham for an event, there’s plenty do and see as well as watch the Games. To see our best pick of the local spots to visit in Edgbaston Village, click here


For dog friendly places to eat, drink and shop in Edgbaston Village – click here


To download a copy of the Edgbaston Village map – click here

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