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Edgbaston Village Artisan Market

Edgbaston Village Artisan Market is going from strength to strength. Our first market took place on 5 June, followed by a bigger and better event on 4 September with 40 stalls.

Our next event on Friday 8 October will be expanded further and include a growing range of artisan food and drink, along with arts and crafts.

The beautiful stalls with handmade and locally sourced produce will be open from 10am to 3pm along Greenfield Crescent, within the heart of Edgbaston Village on the Calthorpe Estate.

To see images from the first event – click here

There is something for everyone to enjoy in the artisan market along the new look Greenfield Crescent.
For the location using what3words – click here

And if you wanted to make more of a day of it, you could enjoy the delights of Edgbaston Village with its award-winning places to eat and drink, superb selection of home stores to browse in and Islington Row shops.


Hussingtree Gin – Worcester gin

Chill Your Beans – vegan sausage and burgers

Pudding Shop – steamed sweet puddings

Yum Sweet Treats – delicious brownies and fudge

Pip’s Hot Sauces – amazing sauces and pickles

Rourkes pies – Brummie handmade pies 

Hay Charcuterie – handcrafted meats

Myrtles Kitchen – savory pasties

Cosy Chocolate – hot chocolate

Taartie – doughnuts

Wildjac – gin, vodka and rum

Jethro – sauces and marinades


Richard Evans – glass pendants

Kristian Hegenbarth – wildlife paintings on wood

Emma O’Brien – textile monsters

Beth Devine – illustrations

Patrick O’Donohue – ceramics

Ben Clarke – illustrations

Maria Simmons – handmade house sculptures

Saffiyah Cheycha – watercolour flower paintings

Jane Brown – ceramics

Ann Tanser – pearl jewellery

Elanor McAllen – funky knitwear and bags


Denise Calverley – Silver jewellery

Deb Stanley – wildlife drawings

Alison Perry – handmade glass beaded jewellery

Claire Nicklin – lampshades and papier mache bowls

Richard Jelfs – local illustrations

Craig Kopjas – ceramics

Alison Cole – illustrations

Pete King – metal sculpture

Adrian Higgins – unique limited edition prints

Helen Taroni – cutlery jewellery

Chris Edmunds – wood and resin


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

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 using by 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), behind Boston Tea Party and to the side of The Physician pub. To view a copy of Village map with car parking locations, click here

Edgbaston Village is also easily accessed via Five Way train stations and a number of local buses, and where possible we would recommend you use local transport, walk or cycle – to plan your route, click here

For directions using what3words – click here

Edgbaston Village 

A mile from Birmingham city centre, is home to a tempting array of 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


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

Calthorpe Estates, 76 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, UK B16 8LU.
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