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Sunday 17th July
Grey to Green

10am-4pm

Welcome

From the team that brought you Peddler Market comes Pollen. Inner-City Flower Market: a monthly celebration of all things botanical.

Succulents and artwork

Who?

Pollen is the latest project from the Peddler Market team. Passionate about their city, they seek out unusual spaces, transforming them each month to celebrate the independent businesses that make Sheffield so great.

Beautiful bouquet of flowers

What?

Popping up on the third Sunday of every month, Pollen. Inner-City Flower Market delivers an abundance of greenery, live music and art, local produce and more, celebrating the vibrant city of Sheffield and its people.

Wild flowers at Pollen Market

Where?

You’ll find Pollen overlooking the river Don at Grey To Green in Castlegate. This beautifully restored stretch of land sits between Waingate and Yorkshire Artspace. Our postcode is S3 8LB or get directions here.

July’s Lineup

July’s Workshops

Carousel Print Studio

Carousel Print Studio
Botanical Monoprinting
11am-2pm

Carousel Print Studio join us this July, running free botanical monoprinting demos. Come along and have a go, suitable for complete beginners and family friendly.

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Feels Like Home
Mini Kokedama Workshop
11am / 1pm

Join the team from Feels Like Home this July to discover how you can connect with nature at home, thanks to this timeless Japanese technique for growing plants without pots.

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Feels Like Home
Bottle Terrarium Workshop
12pm / 2pm

This hands on workshop form Feels Like Home includes a short history about enclosed terrariums and how they came about and thrive so well on their own, as well as a full demonstration.

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If you’re a local indie business who’s big on botanicals, drop us a message – we’d love to hear from you!

    Pollen. Inner-City Flower Market is made possible by the kind support and funding from Sheffield City Council’s Economic Recovery Fund.

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