Birmingham Rag Market.
October  2021.

Open Tues,Thurs,Fri & Saturday 9am-5pm

 

Birmingham Rag Market

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Lorraine Ovenall says

“Just love coming here, fantastic atmosphere, friendly people and lots of bargains too. Lots of places to grab a bite to eat and just soak up the atmosphere of this diverse and vibrant place.”

History of Birmingham Markets

The market legally began in 1154 when Peter de Bermingham, a local landowner, obtained a Charter of Marketing Rights from King Henry IIInitially, a textile trade began developing in the area and it was first mentioned in 1232 in a document, in which one merchant is described as a business partner to William de Bermingham and being in the ownership of four weavers, a smith, a tailor and a purveyor. Seven years later, another document described another mercer in the area. Within the next ten years, the area developed into a leading market town and a major cloth trade was established.

 

New Fabric Stall

Nowhere else you will find such an array of colour and choice for Fabric and haberdashery from the comprehensive range we carry, which is sourced from around the world.

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