Popular Sutton Farmer’s Market set to return for Easter Sunday

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Sutton traders are hoping locals will hop along to an Easter-themed Farmer’s Market as the popular event returns for the first time in 2024 – on Easter Sunday.

Stilt-walking bunnies will be entertaining the Easter crowds at Sutton Coldfield’s first Farmer’s and Craft Market of 2024.

The monthly event, organised by Visit Royal Sutton Coldfield BID, will include more than 30 stalls along the Parade, when it returns on 31st March from 10am–3pm.

And following the Easter theme, the crowds will be entertained by stilt walking rabbits, while youngsters can get a bunny makeover courtesy of a free face painting stall.

Shoppers will be able to purchase quality, locally produced farm shop foods, bread, fish and cheese, as well as sweet treats like cakes, fudge, chocolate and ice cream.

There will be authentic Indian and Caribbean cuisine, pizza and pies, and even natural, handmade pet treats.

Alongside the delicious array of food available, shoppers will find a variety of handmade artwork and crafts, crystals, soaps, clothing and jewellery. There will also be live music.

BID manager Michelle Baker said: “We’re so excited to have our Farmer’s and Craft Market back after its winter break, and as usual there will be all kinds of quality produce for locals to pick up.

“The market has become a real monthly fixture on the local calendar since it was launched, and we are very grateful to all the local residents who turn out to support the traders and bring life to the town centre.

“Having the first market happen on Easter Sunday will make it feel even more like Spring!”

The market will continue to run throughout 2024 on the last Sunday of each month from March to November.