Events

April 2014

  • Moseley Arts Market

    Saturday 26th, 9:00am - 3:00pm

    Moseley Arts Market is a popular monthly market aimed at providing a shop window for local artists and designer makers. The market takes place on the fourth Saturday of each month. In April it will coincide with Moseley's award winning Farmer's Market. Moseley Arts Market is a Partnership between Boffy Arts Markets and Moseley Community Development Trust.

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May 2014

  • Malvern May Day Arts and Food Market

    Saturday 3rd, 9:30am - 5:00pm

    Malvern Arts and Food Market is now in its sixth year and is one of the longest running markets of its kind in the area. Exhibitors include local designer makers, artists and some of the finest artisan food and drink producers in the region. This market is a partnership between Boffy Arts Markets and Malvern Hills District Council. The market is located in Abbey Road near Malvern Museum.

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  • RHS Malvern Spring Festival - Art Market

    Thursday 8th, 8:30am - Sunday 11th, 6:00pm

    Malvern Spring Garden show is the first major RHS show of the year and attracts over 100,000 visitors. The Arts Market is afforded an excellent position in the designer garden village by the show organisers who support the high quality, handmade nature of the work.
    For details contact Becky at boffyoffice@aol.com

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  • Bicester Arts Market

    Saturday 17th, 9:00am - 5:00pm

    Bicester Arts Market is a new initiative. The first market is due to take place on 18th May. It will feature a combination of local artists and designer makers and guests. All work will be handmade, original and high quality. Bicester Market is a partnership project with Cherwell District Council, Oxford Arts Partnership and Boffy Arts Markets.

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  • Moseley Arts Market

    Saturday 24th, 9:00am - 3:00pm

    Moseley Arts Market is a popular monthly market aimed at providing a shop window for local artists and designer makers. The market takes place on the fourth Saturday of each month. Moseley Arts Market is a Partnership between Boffy Arts Markets and Moseley Community Development Trust.
    For details contact Becky at boffyoffice@aol.com.

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  • Great Malvern Food Festival

    Monday 26th, 10:00am - 5:00pm

    Great Malvern Food Festival is now in its fourth year and continues to go from strength to strength, attracting both locals and visitors alike. Featuring a fantstic array of award winning local food and drink producers, cookery theatre and family actvities, the event creates a great atmosphere in one of the region's most beautiful towns.

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  • Colmore Row Arts Market (Moseley on the Road)

    Friday 30th, 9:00am - 5:30pm

    Set in the beautiful grounds of of Birmingham Cathedral this market is a joint initiative between Colmore BID, Moseley Community Development Trust and Boffy Arts Markets. For details contact Becky at boffyoffice@aol.com.

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June 2014

  • The Royal Three Counties Show

    Friday 13th, 8:00am - Sunday 15th, 6:00pm

    Regional Food and Drink Market Pavillion. High quality Artisan Food and Drink Market at the Three Counties Show. The market is run in Partnership with Three Counties Agricultural Society and aims to highlight small local producers. For details contact Becky at boffyoffice@aol.com.

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  • Hereford Arts Market

    Saturday 14th, 9:00am - 5:00pm

    Herefordshire is an artistic hotbed, home to many creative people and the Arts Market is a regular showcase for local talent and Designer/Makers from the region.

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  • Moseley Arts Market

    Saturday 28th, 9:00am - 3:00pm

    Moseley Arts Market is a popular monthly market aimed at providing a shop window for local artists and designer makers. The market takes place on the fourth Saturday of each month. In June the market will also coincide with Moseley's award winning Farmer's Market. Moseley Arts Market is a Partnership between Boffy Arts Markets and Moseley Community Development Trust.

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