The Location

Join us on 11th June

Edgbaston Village’s artisan market has gone from strength to strength, and is now Birmingham’s largest artisan market. We have received such fantastic feedback, and we’d like to say a big thank you to Boffy Markets and everyone that has attended, supported us and made the markets possible. Furthermore, we were really delighted to see so many people (and well behaved dogs) attend our first market of the year on 9th April – if you don’t believe us, see this great article by Birmingham Mail

Next market – Saturday 11th June

On offer will be a fantastic range of artisan food and drink, handmade arts and crafts – with lots of new produce as well as some favourites. Plus, we will have Farmers Market stalls selling cheese, bread, fruit, vegetables, bakery and butcher produce and more to add to the mix. 

Just so you know we will be holding our Edgbaston Village Artisan Markets every second Saturday of the month 10am to 3.00pm (with the exception of July and August when there will be a Commonwealth Special market Friday 29 to Sunday 31 July 12noon to 6pm). To keep it fresh there will always be something new to see, why not sign up to our newsletter so you don’t miss out.

For the location using what3words – click here. For details on how to get here – see bottom of this page. 

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday 11th June 2022

FOOD AND DRINK includes

Peter Cooks – Bread and bakery produce

Curds & Whey – chesses

Bow Brook Farm – butchers

Chill Your Beans – Vegan sausages & scotch eggs

Pudding Shop – Steamed puddings

Rourkes – Savoury pies

Jethro – Sauces & marinades

Pip’s Hot Sauce – Chilli sauces

Hay Charcuterie – Salami and meats

Myrtles Kitchen – Savoury pasties

Taartie – Donuts

Cosy Chocolate – Hot Chocolate

Wildjac – Gin, Vodka & Rum

Pavlova & Custard – Pavlova & fruit tarts

Mill Bank Coffee – Ground / roasted coffee

Tan Rosie – sauces / marinades

Copper Beech Brewing Company – Beer 

Lightwood – Cheeses

Ragged Stone Underground – Handmade chocolates

Beezneez Honey – Honey

Cameler Spice – Spices

Styans – Fruit and Vegetables

The Ferme – Pickled Vegetables

The Cake Lady – Macarons

Wychbold – Fudge

Marshall & Co – Chocolate bars

Rustic Puglia – Olive oil

Whistlers Storm – Tea based liqueurs

Bellringers – Preserves

Festen Birmingham – Chilled meals

ARTS AND CRAFTS includes

Patrick O’Donohue – Ceramics

Justine Morris – Silver jewellery

Bobbie Whittaker – Paintings

Maria Simmons – House sculptures

Rachel Blackwell – Paintings

Robert Geoghegan – Local paintings

Helen Wilson – Hand made books

Dave Tolley – Wood worker

Ken Hurd – Watercolour landscapes

Richard Webb – Paper Art

Mike Allison – Local prints

Helen Taroni – Cutlery jewellery

Angry Chaffinch – Illustrations

Lisa Slinn – Ceramics

Berg & Bloomfield – Ceramics & wood

Ria Poynton – Silver jewellery

Safiyah – Floral paintings

Phil Cooling – Photos

Chrissy Hunaban – Paintings

Alex Edwards – Local illustrations

Emma O’Brien – Monsters

Katy Cocklin – Jewellery

Oldie Goody – Wood

Gerald Malcolm – Bags

Ann Tanser – Pearl jewellery

Steve Woodhams – Cubic art

Jackie Roberts – Local sketches

Sabina Kapusniak – Wood & resin

GETTING HERE

Please note Greenfield Crescent will be closed to through traffic – diversions will be in place and car parking will 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 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 highly recommend using public transport, walking or cycling. Edgbaston Village is easily accessed via Five Ways train station and a number of local buses.  To plan your route, click here

For directions using what3words – click here

Why not make a day of it in 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

DOG FRIENDLY

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

EDGBASTON VILLAGE MAP

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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