THE SoURCE Spring Fair is a gathering of 20 eco and creative stalls at the Moseley Exchange on farmer’s market day Saturday May 22nd. The pick of the area’s local producers of fine foods, cupcakes, jewellery, arts, crafts, vintage and much more will be there, encouraging people to buy local, buy ethical, and buy original. Entry is free and there will be food and refreshments. We’re teaching a sourdough baking class that day, so sadly haven’t got a stall, however we’re hoping to pop up at the end of the afternoon to check out what’s happening.
The fair runs 10am-4pm and for more details or stallholder enquires call Louise on 07808 829390. Click on the flyer below to download the pdf, and spread the word around to support this great event.
If you’re around in Birmingham this weekend, be sure to take a detour and spend some of your hard earned cash with the great local producers at the Jewellery Quarter Farmers Market – 24 Carrots. It’s only the second market since starting out and the site is already up to capacity. It coincides with British Food Fortnight, occurring during the Harvest Festival. They say on their website:
24Carrots is adopting British Food Fortnight as it’s theme for the second market! There will be a guest appearance by local resident OJ (Kerrang & TV) from 10am and live acoustic sets from 12-3pm from a number great local artists!
Definitely pay a visit to Loaf favourites Beez Neez Honey (lime flower is very good), Kiss Me Cupcakes, and The Tunnel Brewery. And whilst you’re there, pop by the community stall and say hi from Loaf, as sadly we can’t make it until October 17th. But there is a free cupcake awaiting us, so it’ll be worth the wait!