Two weeks ahead of schedule in order to coincide with the school holidays, Balsall Common village hall celebrates Shrove Tuesday on the 18th Feb (today) from 10-1pm. Pancakes, cupcakes and drinks available with proceeds going to charity.
The Brain Tumour charity is inviting children, family and friends along to Balsall Common Village Hall for pancakes and refreshments on Tuesday 18th February from 10am until 1pm.
The event aims to raise funds for the Brain Tumour Charity. Visitors will find a book toy and gift stall alongside the traditional Shrove Tuesday food and other refreshments.
For more information call Sandy Ameer-Beg on 07818 420621.
The weekly country market on Saturday mornings at the Village Hall on Station Road must be one of the best kept secrets in Balsall Common. Visitors can find quality fresh local produce including jams, cakes, vegetable, flowers, and butchers stall to name a few, only a couple of hundreds of yards away from the bustling village centre on Station Road.
There’s also the opportunity to sit and enjoy tea, coffee and cake while the little ones enjoy ‘crayon-corner’.
The Balsall Common Country Market takes place every Saturday at the Village Hall on Station Road from 10-11:30am.
Saturday 10.00-11.30am at the village hall. The weekly country market on Saturday mornings at the Village Hall on Station Road must be one of the best kept secrets in Balsall Common. There’s fresh local produce available every Saturday morning. There’s all sorts of produce from jams, cakes and sausage rolls, to plants, flowers and greens. There’s also a range of meats from the butcher’s corner, plus things for kids to do in kiddies corner with crayons, whilst grown-ups can grab themselves a cup of coffee and slice of cake.
Location: Balsall Common Villag Hall, Station Road
Dates: Every Saturday
One of Balsall Common’s best kept secrets is the weekly Country Market that takes place on Saturday morning’s at the Village Hall on Station Road. The market which has a regular roster of sellers is a great source of local produce, including a butcher’s corner, jams, cakes, sausage rolls, garden plants and greens.