A mix of farmer's market and upmarket craft market
INFORMATION ON THE MARKET
The market sells artisan and specialised foodstuffs from New Zealand producers as well as an amazing array of homewares, art, jewellery and ceramics from around the world. Items sold always have a point of difference. Some are beautifully handcrafted here in New Zealand, some are imported from overseas, but all share one common theme; they are not widely sold throughout New Zealand and in some cases are only sold at this market. You will always find unique and interesting pieces to adorn yourself, your children or your home.
Each stall is handpicked and vetted to ensure the standards are kept high. The aim of the market is always to provide you with good quality items at reasonable prices.
Come and meet up with friends and family in a convivial atmosphere that can be enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. Try beautiful food from our artisan stalls, sit in the shade of the trees and relax!
Information for Stallholders (please click on link to access) or you can contact me at email@example.com or phone me on 09 482 2273.
Hello market goers!
Hope you are all keeping warm and dry. This months market will be a slightly smaller affair as all winter markets are but even so there are plenty of stalls to grab your interest.
Welcome back to Shelley who has been away on babysitting duties and a big welcome back to Clare of Baby's Got Sole who has a few months off while her and her family adjust to the arrival of a little brother for Chloe - Congratulations Clare!
A special note - Kim Carter of 'Mischievous Monkeys' will selling her super cute sock monkeys, once again. Kim has pledged that for every one she sells she will be making two to give to children battling cancer at Starship in the name of Gabby's Starlit Hope.
See below for a full list of who'll be there.
Don't forget the market is on regardless of weather (we laugh in the face bad of weather) and there are stalls inside the house too.
Also do note that although some of the stallholders will have eftpos facilities most do not so come armed with plenty of cash - the nearest ATM is in Highbury, a good ten minute walk away.
Please note that while some stallholders will have eftpos facilities, most do not and the nearest ATM is in Highbury (a ten minute walk from the market), so please come armed with cash. Cheers!
See below for a full line up of who'll be there this month.
So, don't forget to visit your favorite local market. Give the malls a miss and come down Hinemoa St for great cafes, boutiques, galleries and the best little market on the North Shore!
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I look forward to seeing you at the market!!
All the best
New Stalls this Month
Paper Bag Baker
Below is a list of the stallholders appearing at this month’s market. Keep checking for regular updates.
Desert Therapy - bakalava, savouries and yummy dips.
Farmhouse Bacon - bacon and bacon butties...
Bakers Diary - fresh bread in all shapes and sizes - NEW
Zino's Preserves - homemade jams and chutneys.
Paper Bag Baker - smores and cakes - NEW
Diane Mentor - knitted wear for the smallest family members.
Baby's Got Sole - shoes and superheroes.
Beryl - knitted items for the kids - NEW
Mischeivous Monkeys - sock monkeys (see above) - NEW
TM Rowe - local author, teen novels (that's me!)
Chocolat & Co - photographic art, cards and more.
Coastal Crafts and Co - lots of goodies to delight.
Shelley's Embroidery - a sewers delight.
Saba Soap and Body - handcrafted soaps and lotions for men and women.
Barisa - jewellery, hair accessories, pencil wraps and more.
Katie's Craft Cupboard - craft kits for you to do.
Ethereal Designs - handcrafted jewellery - NEW
Techno Classica - decoupage art - NEW
Richwood Pens - the name says it all - NEW
Nutrimetics - a NZ favourite.
World Organics - earth friendly cosmetics.
Heather Tubb - succulents - NEW
We are happy to provide free stalls to fundraisers in the area and in particular to schools to encourage creativity in children. Please contact me if you wish to have a stall at the market.
We also welcome buskers. If you wish to busk at the market please either contact me (details below) or just turn up at the market on the day.
The Birkenhead Artisan Market is a Unicef Global Parent and every month money from the market goes to Unicef to help children in developing countries.
If you would like to speak with me or have any ideas for the Birkenhead Market please come and find me or use the contact details below.