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Bull Ring Indoor Market
Items sold include fresh fruit and vegetables, confectionery, household linens and goods, adult's and children's clothing, fresh fish, meat and poultry.
Opening times and contact information
To contact the Bull Ring Indoor Market Managers, please ring Raj Kang on 0121 303 2609 or Amanda Walker on 0121 303 0302 or e-mail: email@example.com
Monday - Saturday 9am-5.30pm
50 Edgbaston St
- Baby changing facilities:-Baby Changing Facilities are located at the side of the Bull Ring Rag Market. Keys for this facility can be obtained from the Markets Customer Centre which is located on Edgbaston street next door to the Rag Market.
- Wheelchair, pram/pushchair users:-Automatic doors on Edgbaston Street entrances to the Indoor Market Hall to assist wheelchair users and parents with prams/pushchairs.
- Disabled toilets and baby changing rooms:- Disabled toilet and parent and baby changing room facilities are also available.
- Guide dogs:- Registered guide, hearing and assistance dogs are welcome on all our markets.
Unfortunately, there is no designated parking for market stallholders, however there are numerous car parks nearby. You may use the loading bay area until 10am and after 16.30pm, but please note that this area is very busy and consideration must be shown to other traders also wishing to load and unload their goods.
The loading bay is at the bottom of Gloucester Street (off Upper Dean Street) between the Open Market and Rag Market buildings. Please note that this area is very busy and consideration must be shown to other traders. It may be useful to bring a wheeled trolley to assist with the carriage of your equipment from your vehicle to the stall.
Information for Traders and Stallholders
Restrictions on what you can sell
There are some restrictions on what you are allowed to sell on your stall, for example alcohol and cigarettes are not allowed on any of the daily markets.
There are restrictions on the sale of material/fabric, net curtains and mobile phones and accessories. These restrictions are due to over-representation of these lines and this list is not exhaustive.
Seasonal restrictions - September to January
Greeting cards, wrapping paper, toys, jewellery, Christmas lines have seasonal restrictions. Consideration maybe given in these areas if the line is new to our markets or under-represented.
All allocated spaces for caterers are currently taken.