Places of interest nearby
Moseley Village is home to Guthrie and Ghani (pictured below), a haberdashery and fabric shop founded by Great British Sewing Bee contestant Lauren Guthrie.
Highbury Park (pictured below), Kings Heath Park and Cannon Hill Park are all within a short walk of Uffculme.
Within Canon Hill Park is the Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) which has a wide programme of events and activities. There is also the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park in Canon Hill Park, which is home to many animals and birds.
Some of our exhibitors will have card machines, but cash is always accepted!!
The nearest cash point is located outside Asda Supermarket, 99 High Street, Birmingham, B30 2YY 5mins walk from Uffculme Centre.
An alternative cash point is located outside HSBC Bank, 96 High Street, Birmingham, B14 7LD also 5mins walk from Uffculme Centre.
We are so pleased that our new festival friends Loch Ness Knit Fest will be joining us at Yarningham this year.
They will be sharing all things Loch Ness Knit Fest with you including their fabulous marketplace, workshop programme and festival capers.
Just like them you can take advantage of a new direct flight between Birmingham and Inverness. It’s easier than you think.
Loch Ness Knit Fest will be in our new social area ready to answer questions about their festival and tell you their best Nessie stories.
The wait is finally over.
We are very proud to announce this year’s Yarningham exhibitors.
We’ve selected 20 fabulous exhibitors with everything thing from yarn bowls, bespoke knitting notions, hand crafted haberdashery and of course lots and lots of yarn.
You can find out all about our exhibitors on our website here.
And that’s not all. Advance tickets for Yarningham marketplace are also now on sale.
Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 July 2017
11 – 4pm
Stirchley Baths, Bournville Lane, Birmingham, B30 2JT
Advance tickets are £3.50 (+ booking fee). There are a limited number of advance day tickets so don’t delay!
Saturday tickets are available here and Sunday tickets here.
ChangeKitchen run the cafe at Stirchley Baths, the former Edwardian swimming baths that is our venue for Yarningham.
ChangeKitchen is an exciting social enterprise co-founded in 2010 by trainer and long-term caterer Dr Birgit Kehrer and the well-established Birmingham charity SIFA Fireside.
Since 2012, ChangeKitchen has stood on its own two feet. Birgit and her team are ‘Cooking up Change’ by creating delicious catering for all kinds of events, whilst also offering training and work placements as a stepping stone into employment to those facing social exclusion.
ChangeKitchen’s ethos is for ethical, locally sourced, organic food. They say good food is good for the soul and, ChangeKitchen believe it has the power to change lives.
ChangeKitchen cafe will be open on both days at Yarningham providing a menu of vegetarian and vegan dishes (inc gluten free options) so that everyone can eat from the same menu.
Meet Cookies and Cream, 2 gorgeous alpacas owned by Animal Encounters.
Animal Encounters are a community based project in Winson Green, Birmingham who work with local schools, churches and community projects to give inner city residents the chance to meet and learn about non domestic and exotic animals.
We are very excited that Cookies and Cream will be our special guests on Saturday 16th July at Yarningham, opening the festival. They will then stay a while to be petted, brushed, feed and walked by you lovely lot.
Animal Encounters have also kindly agreed to donate 2 fleeces from Cookies and Cream for our Yarningham raffle.
The fleeces will be our star prize. So to be in with a chance to win you will need to attend Yarningham and buy a raffle ticket. We’ll be announcing more raffle prizes from our exhibitors over the next couple of weeks.
Not sure what you would do with 2 alpaca fleeces? Sign up for our drop spindle workshop and learn how to spin your own yarn.