Friday, 6 September 2019

Date for your diary: Mama Meet & Market at The Custard Factory, 22nd September 2019

There's nothing I love more than finding beautiful things for my family and my home and I have always loved a good craft fair. You can imagine my excitement when I came across the Mama Meet & Market events, which are coming to The Custard Factory, Birmingham, later this month.

With over 80 stalls, this market promises to be THE fun and stylish parenting event of the season, so I wanted to share with you the information in case you're like me and you love cake, crafts and things for families...


Mama Meet & Market, which was created in 2017 by Birmingham mummy blogger Ainsley Gray, will showcase over 80 different stalls in a bid to introduce local brands and services to parents living in the Birmingham area.

Ainsley started running Mama Meet and Markets in 2017 as a way of supporting small kitchen table businesses and bringing local parents together. Her markets have since flourished, with people travelling across the country to attend the family-oriented events.



Held up to three times a year, the event showcases up to 100 exhibitors specialising in children’s and family products and will be held at Factory Works in The Custard Factory. The event is also designed around families needs, offering plenty of food vendors, live music, children’s entertainment and changing and feeding facilities.

Products on offer vary from cuddly toys, to changing bags, to many items which can be personalised, such as pictures, plaques and journals and parents can also take advantage of free children's first aid demonstrations, face painting, VIP goody bags and mini photography sessions.


Ainsley Gray says: "My events have grown into an incredible little community and have seen hundreds of exhibitors and welcomed thousands of guests from across the UK.

"After deciding to leave my job as a visual merchandiser in fashion retail, I have set my sights on hosting more events than ever before in and around the Midlands. There are plenty of clothes and shoes you won’t see on the Highstreet and the unusual gifts on offer will give parents a great chance to get ahead with their Christmas shopping!"



Useful information to know before you go:


* Parking is available just around the corner from the Gibb Street centre.

* Entrance is £2 for adults and children are free.


Find out more here.
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