Market Links

Choose from the market links above. this is the market you will collect your goods from.

Artisans and Markets 2


Happy Gut

Alyn and Shelley make a wonderful range of flavours of fermented green tea called Kombucha.  Only these finest tea is used.  See them also on facebook

Claybrooke Mill

Claybrooke Mill is located on the river Soar in the beautiful Leicestershire Countryside. It is the only commercially working water mill in Leicestershire, still milling most days using water power. They produce a range of organic flours and flour mixes, using traditional equipment, some of which is hundreds of years old. Claybrooke Mill is open for Door sales on a Tuesday morning between 9.30 and 12 and on the first Saturday of the month between 9.30 and 12. or by prior arrangement. In the Food Hub put Claybrooke in the search box to find the range of fine goods available. This is on the last wed-wed cycle of the month, to be collected on the first Fri/Sat (depending on which market you shop through)

Birch and Bay

Birch and Bay started as a home grown hobby and has developed over time into a successful passionate business producing massage candles and other natural wellbeing products. For Birch and Bay products go to any of the hubs and click on the Health and Beauty tab.

Follow Birch and Bay on facebook, twitter and instagram


Finwoodhill Farm

Finwood Hill Farm is set around a sixteenth century farmhouse,which was the hub of a working farm for hundreds of years. About 30 years ago the 20th century farm buildings were demolished and it became a residential property surrounded by land rented out to a neighbouring farm. We now have a herd of 50 pedigree Dexters and a small herd of Gloucester Old Spot pigs, not mention our little flock of mainly rare-breed hens and half a dozen Khaki Campbell ducks. We run the farm on very "old fashioned" lines and, while we have not applied for organic status, we try to rear our animals in as natural way as possible, without resorting to chemicals or medication except when it is humanely necessary to do so. We try to maintain closed herds with minimum risk of infection from outside. Our cattle are not fed any intensive feed stuffs and eat only grass, supplemented in winter by hay and silage cut from our own fields.

Finwoodhill animals are born on the farm, raised on the farm and sold from the farm



From the hub you can find a range of crafts that make unique and thoughtful gifts. We have pendants and brooches, book covers, upcycled jars, decorated boxes (these can be personalised using pyrography), purses, scarves and hair ornaments. Visit Balsall Common, Bentley Heath and Wythall hubs. Use the “crafts” and “non-food items” tabs to reveal them.


Plants and vegetables

Our fruit and vegetables are home-grown without the use of pesticides. You get wholesome, seasonal food with no air miles between them and the market.  Click on the "fruit and veg." tag to find them.

Flowers and plants from local gardens are a feature of our markets. They are more reliable and generally cheaper than plants that have been grown in a Dutch greenhouse for the local garden centre Click on the "flowers, plants and garden" tag to find them.