Birmingham’s historic working watermill, Sarehole Mill, is hosting its very popular Streetfood, Ale and Folk music event on Sunday 20th September, 11am to 4pm.

For this event we have the following:

  • Baked in Brick - Pizzas and a BBQ from a Classic Mini. The famous car has been turned into a mobile oven - wood-fired pizzas from its body, a BBQ under the bonnet.
  • Sticky Fig Catering - Pulled pork on homemade toasted brioche.
  • The Southern Oven - traditional New Orleans food, including jambalaya and shrimp.
  • Two Towers Brewery - Birmingham brewery based in the Jewellery Quarter. They are the largest of a handful of Birmingham micro-breweries.
  • Halfpenny Green Vineyard - The multi-award winning Halfpenny Green Vineyard will be selling their wine – in glasses and bottles. Located in the rolling hills of South Staffordshire, Halfpenny Green has been winning awards for its wine for over 20 years and is one of the most recognised vineyards in the UK. For this event, they will have their entire range of wines and fruit wines (anyone fancy elderflower wine?)
  • Norbury's Norrest Farm and Cider Company - Bottled cider, perry, fruit wines, apple juice, jams, pickles and chutneys from their farm in Storridge, near Malvern, Worcestershire. Their ciders have won many prizes for their excellence and are made the traditional way, using hand labour, no artificial colouring, no preservatives and no water added.
  • Folk music - We have a collection of folk musicians from 12noon onwards. Headline act is Vix and her MsChefs. She was the former lead singer of Birmingham based Fuzz who had three Top 30 hits in 1989, including ‘International Rescue’, ‘Pink Sunshine’ and ‘Self’. With Vix and her MsChefs she has diversified her music style into Country music.

The event is FREE to enter. Admission to tour inside the museum buildings is half price at £3 for adults, children under 16 are free.

Organiser Martin Mullaney can be contacted on (0121) 689 4372.