An Easter Sunday Feaster!

Feast is baaaaaaack!

At last! The winter is over, the flowers are budding and Feast has come out of hibernation. Your favourite local market is back on the streets of West Norwood for another year, bringing you food, fun and fabulous finds.

All the old favourites will be there and a whole bunch of new stuff. Check out the Health & Wellbeing hub in the grounds of the leisure centre and welcome loads of new vendors to Feast, all with stuff to make you healthy and happy!

Feaster egg hunting

It wouldn’t be Easter Sunday without an Easter egg hunt now, would it? So of course we have one. Come along to Feast HQ at the Food Fair in St Luke’s and find out what you have to do. Clue : involves searching for Easter bunnies, eating chocolate eggs and perhaps winning a MASSIVE chocolate something from West Norwood’s very own chocalatier Rococo Chocolates. Kids also allowed to enter.

Sunflowering West Norwood

This is our intention. The West Norwood Bzz Garage are making the neighbourhood thoroughly bee friendly and will be teeming up with Feast this Easter. The aim is to plant hundreds of sunflowers all across West Norwood so that come the summer the whole place will be teetering with yellow nodding heads and feasting bees.

South Lambeth Play Partners (the guys who bring all that quality play to Feast every month) will supply the seeds, the soil and the planting expertise. They only ask you to bring something you’d like to see your sunflower grow in; a plant pot, old welly, tea cup or even lonely socks, whatever you and your child wish to upcycle… Once potted, take them home and bung them somewhere prominent. Or perhaps do some guerrilla gardening on your way home…

You can also make a felt flower badge (sunflower if you choose) at Artisans’ on Chatsworth Way at 11am and join the lovely Sewcircle’s free workshop.

and in other news…

There MAY be an election next month.
Exactly, who knew??

If you are undecided or want to ask your local candidate a few questions, come along to the Portico Gallery on Feast day from 12-2pm to Quiz your MP. All the local candidates for Dulwich & West Norwood will be there and it’s your chance to question your prospective MP on issues that matter to you – on your terms.

This Saturday’s Feast Film Night is a treat for all fans of Marilyn and blokes in frocks. A cocktail or three will also be on sale and Harriet Eaves will be singing live. All for £4. Gosh.

See you all at Feast!