Digbeth Dining Club and the Hare and Hounds pulled off a fantastic event at Highbury Hall on Sunday 29th April as we joined in the fun with an incredible 11 stalls full of brilliant art, designs and photography.
Highbury Hall is a wonderful venue with a great atmosphere in the garden as street food stalls combined with art stalls and some great DJs to entertain everyone.
The Peaky Squirrel rocked up to their first market this year with us with a great range of new designs on unique salvaged wood.
What a gorgeous display of handmade jewellery by Hannah Kyriakou.
Beautiful sterling silver pieces inspired by nature will help you accessorise that summer dress with style.
Step inside this literary wonderland stall by How Brave Is The Wren. Full of amazing books that are special editions with beautiful illustrations.
Wonderful role models to inspire the little ones.
These Moomins were bloomin marvellous.
How about dressing the kids in some unique handmade childrenswear by Chiddlers Boutique?
Super cute designs and materials.
Are your kids Summer festival ready?
Anyone for tennis? You know your home needs one of these ace MnM Lamps.
Stunning photography from across the Midlands by the brilliant Kevin Thomas.
It's time to stock up for the barbecue season with something spicy from Pip's Hot Sauce to impress the neighbours.
Check these flavours! Can you handle Boozy BBQ X-Hot?!
Cool celebrity mugshot prints by the ever inventive My Vintage Prints.
Sloth style cannot be beat.
No better way to relax than with a Tim Thomson pillow.
What a market debut by Brown Noise Bear. Ahoy me hearties!
Fox Soup beanies were flying out on this chilly day.
What a gem by the amazing Mrs Flowers Fabulous Card Company.
Finally what a treat to have the awesome Wingmans guys up from London for the weekend. Everyone walked away with a smile from the Kings of Wings.
All these were awesome flavours. Next level!
Get your wings on next time they are in Brum!
You can catch us in May at Coventry on Wednesday the 2nd, Longbridge on the Saturday the 5th and Digbeth Dining Club on the 19th.