What is Yarningham?
Yarningham is a fibre festival produced by Stitches and Hos. It comprises of a marketplace, programme of workshops, demonstrations and of course cake!
Where is Yarningham?
Yarningham is held at Uffculme Centre, Queensbridge Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8QY
Can I access the venue via public transport?
The nearest stations to Uffculme Centre are Birmingham New Street (BHM) and Birmingham Moor Street (BMO).
Uffculme Centre is approx. 3 miles from Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Moor Street.
National Express West Midlands services 50, 35, 11, 76 and 27 all stop within minutes walk of Uffculme Centre.
To plan your journey via bus please visit
Is there parking? Is there disabled parking?
There is free parking available at Uffculme Centre. There is also on street parking in the surrounding area.
There are 5 disabled parking spaces in the car park at Uffculme Centre. If you would like to book one of these spaces for your visit, please contact Uffculme Centre directly.
How do I buy a marketplace ticket?
We use an online ticketing system for advance ticket sales. Advance tickets are limited but tickets will also be available to buy on the door.
There is no charge for a carer accompanying a disabled visitor. If you have bought your ticket in advance please email us with your ticket confirmation so that we can issue a complimentary ticket.
You can buy advance tickets from the ticket page here
Do children have to pay to get in?
Under 16s are free
If I have a workshop ticket, do I need a marketplace ticket as well?
No, you do not need a separate ticket. Entry to the marketplace on the day of your workshop is included in the workshop price.
Can I bring my dog?
Dogs are not allowed in the venue. Assistance dogs are permitted.
What is the catering like?
The venue has an onsite cafe. They serve light meals, sandwiches, hot and cold drinks and snacks. There will also be a dedicated cake stand serving delicious home made treats.
Do I need cash or can I pay by card?
We will be able to take cash and card payments on the door for entry into the marketplace.
Each vendor has their own arrangement for taking payments, but many do have their own card machines. Cash is always welcome and there is a cashpoint at Asda supermarket, 99 High Street, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7BW approx. 5 minutes walk from the venue.