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Join us on 10 Sept

Edgbaston Village’s artisan market has gone from strength to strength, top-rated, it is now Birmingham’s largest artisan market. 

Our next market is back on Saturday 10 September 2022, 10am to 3pm.

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, bakery and butcher produce and more to add to the mix. 

Easily accessible, it  is only 2 minutes walk from the Edgbaston Village Metro stop.

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.

We have received such fantastic feedback on our regular artisan markets, and we’d like to say a big thank you to award-winning 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 markets of the year – if you don’t believe us, see this great article about our market by Birmingham Mail

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Brumhaus (Alex Edwards) – illustrations

Kiya Corrales – silver jewellery

Claire Bent – ceramics

Ellie Lilly – photographic prints

Jackie Roberts – sketches

Rich Evans – glass pendants

Gosia Weber – leather bags

Rachel Pritchard – ceramics

Tony Yendle – woodwork

Kristian Hegenbarth – wildlife paintings on wood

Sabina Kapusniak – wood and resin

Chris Greening – ceramics

The Crafty Brum – lino prints

Kevin France – enamel pictures

Phil Cooling – photographic prints

Richard Jelfs – local illustrations

Adrian Higgins – photography with a difference

Alison Perry – glass beaded jewellery

Angry Chaffinch – illustrations

Lisa Slinn – ceramics

Richard Webb – paper art

Ken Hurd – landscape watercolours

Denise Calverley – silver jewellery

Claire Nicklin – lampshades and bowls

Pete King – metal sculptures

Jayne Edmunds – ceramics

Deborah Allen – feltwork

Gerald Malcolm – bags

Maria Simmons – mini houses sculptures

Berg & Bloomfield  – ceramics and wooden pieces

Jacqui Brazier  – silver jewellery

Sarah Millin – food illustrations

Sarah Greening  – glass jewellery

Anna Cumming – local illustrations

Emma Edwards – silver jewellery

Helen Wilson – handmade books

Kevin Thomas – architectural photography

Nick Herbert – paintings

Tania Holland – papier mache

Steve Lilly – illustrations

Helen Teroni – cutlery jewellery

Lorraine Powell – textiles

Neil Alcock – ceramics

Oldie Goodie – woodwork

Mike Allison – local prints

Patrick O’Donohue  – ceramics

Ria Poynton  – silver jewellery

Robert Geoghegan  – local illustrations

Clare Wainwright  – stained glass

Anya Simmons -landscapes


Rourkes – savoury pies

Chill Your Beans – vegan sausages & scotch eggs

Curds & Whey – cheeses

Pavlova & Custard – pavlova and fruit tarts

Pip’s Hot Sauce – chilli sauces

Hay Charcuterie – salami and meats

Taartie – donuts

Yum Sweet Treats – cakes and brownies

Marshall & Co – chocolates

Hearts Distillery – gin

Khesh Sidhu – salad box

Pueblo – empanadas

Wildjac – Gin, Vodka & Rum

Cosy Chocolate – flavoured real hot chocolate

The Cake Lady – macarons

Cinnabox – cinnamon buns

Cameler Spice – spices

Bellringers – preserves

Whistlers Storm – tea based liquors

Bob’s Curry Hut – Indian savouries

Festen Birmingham – chilled meals

Beez Neez – honey

* Some food, drink, arts and crafts stalls will not be attending every day of the market. The stalls will rotate around, so there will always be something new to see and enjoy.


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 highly 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 can be limited at certain times. 


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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