Pop-up Shops at Dovehouse

December 05, 2013

Due to the success of the "pop-up" shops at Livery Street, in Birmingham, we're running the event again, so that shoppers in Solihull can also partake in FREE sampling of these amazing foods!

Special guests that will be appearing at Connolly’s, Dovehouse Parade,  on Friday, 13th December are:

Curds & Whey are Birmingham’s finest purveyors of cheeses,
Kneals Chocolates produce luxurious, handmade chocolates,
& Cuffufle Preserves make wonderful, locally sourced jams and chutneys.

Everyone will be here from about 1pm until 5pm, so pop in to try something a little bit special to accompany your wine…

Hope to see you all there.





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