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Alongside the garden, craft, food & retro markets of West Norwood Feast ( 10am to 4pm) this month there is also an opportunity to meet many of the artists,charities & community groups operating in the Norwoood area.
Drop in to the Portico Gallery at 23a Knights Hill SE27 0HS and visit the Happening between 11am and 3pm and meet local movers & shakers. Email email@example.com for more information.
See http://westnorwoodfeast.com/market/ for details of the markets
West Norwood FEAST will be hosting a day of fun-filled activity at The Portico Gallery to mark the relaunch of their regular Sunday monthly market on April 6th. With free kids’ activities and a pop up cafe, the ‘I Love FEAST’ event will be a chance for people to find out more about FEAST, meet the team behind it, and maybe even get involved themselves.
There will be information about:
Volunteer opportunities – West Norwood FEAST is always keen to hear from anyone who would like to help out
The four market ‘hubs’ – food, artisans, retro, and gardening & fresh produce, including how to apply for a stall.
Sunday 1st December is the last West Norwood Feast of the year. So come along between 10am and 4pm and visit the stalls at York Hill, Chestnut Road, St Lukes Gardens and Roseberys on Knights Hill. Portico Gallery on Knights Hill has a Christmas Bazaar with dozens of stalls – something for everyone.
Look out for events in West Norwood for Small Business Saturday on 7th December.
The next West Norwood Feast will be Sunday April 6th 2014.
The 31st March and 1st April weekend welcomes Spring to West Norwood.
Saturday is West Norwood’s first Slow Food Festival 10am to 6pm around St Luke’s church SE27 0HS
Flour milling, apple pressing, urban foraging, pizza making, cider drinking, jazz, meet Mrs Beeton, catch Mr Freaky Peens, enjoy the Honey Theatre Live, check out Brixton City Farm, hear about rare pig breeds, watch Brindisa’s master jamon carver at work, taste perfect pizza made in a mobile wood fired oven, have a cup of Volcano coffee, treat yourself to a tongue sandwich, have a Fortnum & Mason style tea, watch the magical Ms McK interview a surprise celebrity guest ,try authentic pierogi, listen to Levi Roots’ friend on the wonders of caribbean cuisine, bake a cake for the family bake off, make a dish for the slow food cook off , win dinner for two at Bubba’s .. …………. there’s something for everyone but you may need to book online for some events:
Saturday 2pm to 5pm is the Spring Flower Show in St Luke’s church hall. Flowers on display including tulips, daffodils, & polyanthus, photographs, floral art and a ginger biscuit competition. All welcome.
For details see: http://lambethhorticulturalsociety.org.uk/shows.html
Sunday 1st April is first Feast day of 2012 open 10am to 4pm. The West Norwood Feast is a people-powered market celebrating the diversity, talent and entrepreneurial skills in our neighbourhood. There’s plenty to see and do including the Gardeners’ Corner by York Hill where you can pick up seeds, plants and tools, the Artisans’ Market on Chatsworth Road with locally-made arts and crafts, a Food Fair at St Luke’s with stalls serving freshly-cooked street food and even a Retro Village by Roseberys on Knights Hill with a market for reused, recycled and remade furniture and clothes. And there’s music, performance, a beer and cider tent, a community garden on Norwood Road by the Fire Station and The Edible Bus Stop.
As part of the West Norwood Slow Food Festival on 31st March women (and also any willing men) over the age of 65 are invited to bring their favourite cake, bread or pastry to be judged by a TV chef from the BBC’s Great British Bake-Off!
In-keeping with the philosophy of Slow Food – reconnecting people with the experience of their food – the idea of the cake-off is to bake with your child or grandchild, as to unite the generations across the family through the wonders of baking. Bring along your creative delights on Saturday March 31st to enter this exciting contest!
For further details, please contact Sarah firstname.lastname@example.org / 07414 971 758 or visit Antonia at Beamish&McGlue, 461 Norwood Road SE27 9AH.
Visit the festival online at www.westnorwoodslowfoodfestival.co.uk or follow on Twitter @WNslowfoodfeast
As Christmas draws closer, so too do the events and festivities leading up to it. For shoppers in West Norwood, the advent of the festive season is heralded by the arrival of the Christmas lights – just in time for the 3rd /4th December weekend of Feast markets.
Come along to the area around St Luke’s church and Portico on Saturday 5pm to 8pm for carol singing, the fabulous Carribe Steel Band, a light installation, children’s christmas decoration and activities, neon ball juggling and street entertainment, and last but not least delectable winter warming food, mulled wine, snacks and treats. On Sunday between 10am and 4pm the Feast will have its Artisans market at Chatsworth Way, Garden Corner by York Hill, Food Fair at St Lukes church and Retro Village outside Rosebery’s the auctioneers on Knights Hill.
For more details see http://westnorwood.spacemakers.org.uk/blog/very-festive-december-feast-weekend
The Christmas lights will extend from Tulse Hill Station to West Norwood station. The original lights were funded some years ago by Norwood Action Group, local traders and the council. To give West Norwood’s shopping street a boost this year there is new lighting in the street trees – courtesy of the Mayor’s Outer London Fund – and a christmas tree outside St Lukes’s churchyard.