Farmers Markets

Earlier today I went to Grandborough Farmers Market with Squisito Deli. I met a couple of farmers who have saved a rare breed of lamb and a man who was inspired by his daughter’s recipe for fudge to set up his own business.

Talking to producers its evident that farmers markets are an important source of revenue for them and they relish the opportunity to talk to customers.

Squisito sauces

To taste some of the best local produce in Birmingham and Warwickshire, here are some dates for your diary. Please check their websites for updates on venues and times.

Atherstone – third Saturday, Market Square

Birmingham
24 Carrots – third Saturday, The Big Peg, Jewellery Quarter.
Harborne – second Saturday, Harborne High Street.
Kings Heath – first Saturday, All Saints Church.
Kings Norton – second Saturday, Kings Norton Green.
Midlands Arts Centre – last Sunday.
Mosley – fourth Saturday, St Mary’s Green.
New Street – first and third Wednesday, New Street.
University of Birmingham– fourth Wednesday (during term-time).

Coventry – third Friday , Broadgate.

Grandborough – first Thursday, 10am – 12.30, St.Peter’s Church.

Kenilworth – second Saturday, Abbey End.

Leamington Spa – fourth Saturday, Pump Room Gardens.

Nuneaton – third Friday, Abbey Street.

Rugby – second and last Thursday, The Clock Tower.

Solihull Local & Fine Food Fayre – third Saturday.

Southam – second Saturday, Market Hill.

Stratford upon Avon – first and third Saturday, Rother Street.

Warwick – last Saturday, Market Square.

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