As part of Moseley Festival the Flying Teapot returns to the picturesque Sarehole Mill for another food and fun-packed Sunday session, bringing with them the best in local produce, live music, street-food, real ale, vintage fashions and family fun. Stalls lining Sarehole Mill’s picturesque square will include street food, a micro brewery and a bustling collection of market stalls to browse selling everything from cakes to curios, crafts to plants and vintage clothes. In the courtyard is an acoustic music show with bands performing from 12pm – 4pm with local hero Tom Martin headlining plus a whole ragtaggle bunch of ukuleles and acoustic singer songwriters. Streetfood vendors will include Fat Breads – Middle eastern inspired pop up street food, Hungry Penguin Pancake Co – sweet and savoury pancakes, Vegan Grindhouse – Gourmet Vegan Hot Dogs and Chilli Dogs, Gourmet Vegan Handmade Burgers, Handmade Vegan Gluten-Free Chilli, Rice and Nachos and Vegan Gluten-free Satays as well as the Weatheroak Hill micro brewery. The outdoor market running along the length of Colebank Road features local artisans selling their crafts, paintings and food. Fun spaces to explore plus activities and face painting for the kids along with half price entry to the 250 year old working Mill and its rabbit warren of interesting and educational finds.
Sun 17 Jul, Sarehole Mill, Cole Bank Road, Birmingham, B13 0BD. Tel: 0121 348 8160. 10.30am – 4pm. Free. See: www.facebook.com
Published on: Sun 10 Jul 2016