Feast is back on Sunday 7 April. Throughout the year, Feast’s major focus will be on encouraging sustainable living. On Feast days you will see all sorts of organisations and workshops promoting the ‘reuse, reduce, recycle’ message, and our social media feed will be full ideas and information on how we can all take better care of our environment. Watch this space for information on what we and the great Feast traders are doing to make our event even more environmentally friendly – and what YOU can do to help.
Watch this space for info on what free activities we will have on offer.
Located on Chatsworth Way, the Artisans’ Market is home to arts, crafts and clothing from local designers. The Artisans’ marketplace is a buzz of creativity and excitement. Here you’ll find arty activities for children to do while you browse the wares on the artisans stalls; anything from handmade pottery, jewellery, T-shirts, toys, bags, candles and knick-knacks to stunning photography and art.
At this hub you can also find our Tea & Talk Table, a space where older people in the community can come for free cuppa and a chat with one of our friendly volunteers.
Fresh ‘n’ Green has a variety of stalls with the emphasis on good quality fresh produce (meat, fruit & veg, cheese, olives) sourced from local producers where possible. We also feature juices, pickles and preserves, teas from around the world, fresh popcorn, plants and flowers. Our aim is that people can now do a week’s shopping at Feast and from local shops.
Find us outside St Luke’s. Whether you’re a keen foodie, committed to local produce, or simply fancy a bite to eat, the Food Fair will have something to suit you.
Here you’ll find traders with a passion for food, and a regularly changing stall selection which brings cuisine from all corners of the globe to West Norwood. Our coffee stall and bar are both run by popular local businesses, and many more of our traders are drawn from the wider local area.
Find us by the West Norwood leisure centre. Come and hang out with us, we have a variety of stalls including food and drink, craft and clothing, beauty and health. Our emphasis is on families, healthy living and affordability. Food traders try to offer at least one dish at £5 or less and child sized portions.
Visit the ‘Picnic & Play Area’ on the grass area where families can enjoy craft activities and games from South London Play Partners, Maths Explorers and Portico Bloom Art Club.
Find us in the Roseberys forecourt. Enjoy a visit to Retro Village to create a perfect retro outfit or classic vintage look, from shoes, bags and hats to dresses, jackets, and accessories. Alongside the clothing rails are lovingly reclaimed furnishings, kitchenalia, advertisement signs, curios and many more unique pieces. What’s more, each month Retro Village is different in the goods that are sold – come along and find out which treasures are waiting to be found.