The popular Make It or Bake It Market returns to Tettenhall's Upper Green for the fourth time on Sunday (27 September, 2015) with a wide range of artisan designers and makers set to showcase their talents.

This autumn's market includes 34 stalls selling a range of arts and crafts, bespoke gifts and homemade products like pickles, jams and chutneys. There will also be charity stalls, cafes, English, French and Cantonese street food and live entertainment.

The Make It or Bake It Market takes place from 10am to 3pm and has been organised by the City of Wolverhampton Council's Markets Service in conjunction with LSD Promotions and Type=links;Linkid=6588;Title=Tettenhall local blog;Target=_blank;.

Colin Carr, who runs the blog, said: "We first tried the market in May 2014 and expected a few hundred people to come along - but thousands turned up and they continue to do so.

"I am delighted that we are able to stage it twice a year, and that it has grown to be so popular. We have a range of fantastic stalls again this Sunday, with something for everyone."

Councillor John Reynolds, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for City Economy, said: "The Make It or Bake It Market is now a firm fixture on the Tettenhall calendar and it promises to be an excellent day out for all the family."

  • released: Thursday 24 September, 2015