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Farmers' market

The farmers’ market is held on the second and last Wednesday of every month from 08:00 – 15:00. The stalls are positioned outside the main entrance of Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB).

In addition to offering a great choice in fresh foods and produce, the farmers’ market supports local businesses as well as social enterprises working with disadvantaged local people.

Stalls and produce


Brockleby’s provides a selection of multi-award-winning handmade pies to consume at home.

Hibiscus Grove Food Co.

South East Asian cuisine specialists, creating fresh home-cooked dishes from family recipes using local ingredients. Curries are gluten free. Samosas and curries are available in meat or vegan options. Call to pre-order your food.

Kneal's Chocolates

Selling handmade speciality chocolates.

Kura Ilera

Soaps made in small batches, formulated using organically home-grown, and sometimes foraged, botanicals, soothing oils, butters and scented with essential oils.

Free from synthetic chemicals, vegan and palm-free, soaps are wrapped in eco-friendly packaging, with 30 delicious scents to choose from.

Laghi’s Deli

Laghi’s Deli is an award-winning, authentic Italian restaurant, bar and delicatessen.

Mangia Mangia

A small business cooking authentic Italian dishes from a home kitchen. Featuring seasonal foods and all the classics  think lasagne, pasta, tiramisù and risotto.

Root 13

Root 13 sell unusual and classic house plants, hand-built terrariums and plant-related items and gifts. Their aim is to bring a positive green space into people's homes.

Scratch Bakery

Cakes with unique flavour combinations.

Sharians Jamaican Cuisine

Providers of high-quality, award-winning Caribbean cuisine.

Staffordshire Scotch Eggs

Traditional and alternative scotch eggs.

The Craft Market Stall

Range of jewellery, window charms, bookmarks, hanging crystals and loose beads for jewellery making.

Milly Jane Makes

Milly Jane Makes sells handmade, bespoke knitted clothes and gifts for babies and children.

Farmers’ Market dates (second and last Wednesday of every month)

  • Wednesday 30 August 2023
  • Wednesday 13 September 2023
  • Wednesday 27 September 2023
  • Wednesday 11 October 2023
  • Wednesday 25 October 2023
  • Wednesday 8 November 2023
  • Wednesday 29 November 2023
  • Wednesday 13 December 2023
  • Wednesday 10 January 2024
  • Wednesday 31 January 2024
  • Wednesday 14 February 2024
  • Wednesday 28 February 2024
  • Wednesday 13 March 2024
  • Wednesday 27 March 2024

Become part of the farmers' market

The farmers' market is always interested in hearing from stallholders.

Following expansion of the farmers’ market to include the second Wednesday of every month, we can now offer more places for new stalls. If you're interested in running a stall at the market, please email the Inclusion team.

Applicants will be selected based upon how they complement the current mix of stalls. Evidence of a food hygiene certification must accompany the expression of interest.

We only allow food stall holders who hold the FSA food standard rating of four or five. For further details, please visit the Food Standards Agency website.

We are particularly keen to support social enterprise and community enterprise groups. Please note, we do not allow cooking of food on-site and do not have power available.

Last reviewed: 16 August 2023