You are specially invited to come to Upper Green for our FREE event on May 11th from 10 am to do your shopping on a Sunday, in style
Parking is free at the Pool or behind the shops as usual.
What’s more, you can make a really special day of it by visiting nearby Tettenhall College’s unique Bluebell Walk, which also opens to the public from 12 noon on Sunday May 11th.
Although the Upper Green Make It or Bake It market is entirely free, there is a small charge of £1 per adult for the Tettenhall College Bluebell Walk while kids go free!
The market will be operated jointly by Wolverhampton City Council Market services team in conjunction with LSD Promotions and www.tettenhall.co.uk
The market initiative follows an extensive survey of Tettenhall businesses directly facing the Upper Green in which 99% of retailers questioned were in favour of the event.
If you are a quality trader who meets the Make It or Bake It criteria, and you want to take part, you can check availability today by emailing email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you there on the day!
The event has now been approved by the Safety Advisory Group.
Coming very soon…. a list of all the stallholders we plan to feature on our first Make It or Bake It Market.
But in the meantime we have already confirmed:
Rustic Pumpkin’s seasonal hand made fabric items (linens, cottons, wools),
It’s All About You Cupcake (guess what they make?)
Watercolour – local fine artist Ken Hurd,
Helen McArtney Designs. – Greeting cards and prints,
Joanna Bailey’s hand made speciality cakes
Mummy Puddleduck’s wooden plaques, framed art and handmade cards
The Chocolate Tailor’s delicious handmade chocs!
Robinsons Deli and Butchers (delicious quality street food)
Baked @ Tettenhall – the award winning bakers
Tettenhall and District Horticultural Society (offering gardening and allotment advice on the day)
Birmingham Dogs Home (represented by Sunnyside)
Sarah Stokes – Tettenhall’s own fine artist
Claire Elizabeth Artwork – Embroidered beaded jewellery and mounted artworks
B F Done & Son – Long established local speciality bakers
Norman & Norman – Shabby/Chic giftware
Creative Upcycling – recycled and vintage crafts
Sallys Sweet Oasis – retro sweet specialists
The Shop in the Square – Haberdashery, chocolate, sewn goods, jewellery, bath bombs, soaps, handmade goods and sock monkeys!
Many more to come!
**Images of previous Midlands markets courtesy of LSD Promotions
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