Harvest FEAST — Support our local Foodbank, Sunday 6 October 2013, 10am — 4pm

It’s Har­vest Fest­iv­al time and to sup­port the work of the Brix­ton and Nor­wood Food­bank, we will be col­lect­ing food dona­tions.

The kind folks at Chats­worth Baptist Church will be set­ting out from their church at 12.30pm with their dona­tions. They will be walk­ing to the Food Fair where their dona­tions will be given to the Food­bank. The Food­bank do an amaz­ing job and would par­tic­u­larly wel­come the fol­low­ing dona­tions, pasta sauce, instant or tinned pud­dings, tinned fruit, tinned pulses, tinned meat, instant potato, dried and UHT milk, rice, also soap, nap­pies, tooth­paste and wet wipes. Shop­ping lists will be avail­able from on the day at their stall at the Food Fair, please donate a couple of items if you can. For more inform­a­tion about the Food­bank please visit http://norwoodbrixton.foodbank.org.uk.

Apple Day comes early to FEAST
Bring and buy apples, pears and other fruit at Fresh ‘n’ Green on Sunday (at the corner of York Hill and Nor­wood Road) to sup­port the Nor­wood Food­bank. It’s a great year for apples and pears. If you have spare fruit from your allot­ment, garden or veg box, bring it along to the FEAST Apple Stall at Fresh ‘n’ Green. We will sell the fruit at £1 a bag. Per­haps some local fruit for your chut­neys, jel­lies and crumbles.…..

We have a very full enter­tain­ment list this month, some­thing for every­one….
Ala­nah Duncan, solo acous­tic artist
12.30pm – 1.30pm, steps of St. Luke’s
Ala­nah Duncan is a solo acous­tic artist from Syden­ham play­ing acous­tic cov­ers and her own ori­gin­al songs.
The Popchoir
1.30pm – 2pm, steps of St. Luke’s
Local Popchoir show­case their work and find out how to become a mem­ber, for more details see www.popchoir.com.
South Lon­don Samba Band
2pm – 3pm, steps of St. Luke’s
The South Lon­don Samba band is a new drum­ming ensemble based in Peck­ham / Nun­head. They are a group of young people aged between 15 – 21 years old who love to drum. They have just released their first CD! More details on facebook.com/southlondsamba, YouTube.com/southlondonsamb, @southldnsamba.
The Rock Choir
3pm – 3.30pm, steps of St. Luke’s
The return of the Rock Choir to FEAST! For more details see their web­site www.rockchoir.com.
12 noon – 1pm, Retro Vil­lage
Local wind quar­tet
South Lon­don Samba Band
1pm – 2pm, Retro Vil­lage
The South Lon­don Samba band is a new drum­ming ensemble based in Peck­ham / Nun­head. They are a group of young people aged between 15 – 21 years old who love to drum. They have just released their first CD! More details on facebook.com/southlondsamba, YouTube.com/southlondonsamb, @southldnsamba.
Bil­lie and her Accor­di­on
3pm – 4pm, Retro Vil­lage
Bob Brown and Steve and the Hats
11.30pm – 1pm, Artis­ans Mar­ket
Doc­tor D with Sweet Thursday
1pm – 2pm, Artis­ans Mar­ket
Nata­sha Kirke
2pm – 3pm, Artis­ans Mar­ket
Local solo artist
Ross Stans­field
12 noon – 2pm, out­side Beam­ish & McGlue
Local pian­ist
Bil­lie and her accor­di­on
2pm – 3pm, out­side Beam­ish & McGlue
Tour of West Nor­wood Cemetery – free, but dona­tions wel­come
2.30pm, meet­ing inside the main gates of the cemetery, Nor­wood Road, SE27 9JU
A tour of Lambeth’s finest Vic­tor­ia cemetery, led by Colin Fenn from the Friends of West Nor­wood Cemetery.

FEAST Hub High­lights

Retro Vil­lage
10am – 4pm, in the car park of Rosebery’s Auc­tion House, 74 – 76 Knights Hill
Vin­tage and retro cloth­ing, accessor­ies, jew­ellery, bric-a-brac and kit­chenalia brought to you by Crocks and Frocks, That Extra Pair of Hands, Snapps­chotts, Tor­toise­shell Vin­tage, Vie Vin­tage, Clare’s Col­lec­tion, Trinkets and Baubles, Evelyn Jean and Décor8. Try­en­core Cof­fee, the green­est cof­fee van will also be back!

Food Fair
10am – 4pm, in front of St. Luke’s Church
Come and have a gast­ro­nom­ic tour of our Food Fair and sample the delights of the best of South London’s street food. Petit fours and dainty cakes from Fiendish and Goode, Carib­bean food from Trin­i­jam, home-made cakes from Sweet Sen­sa­tions, brownies, cook­ies, pies and sour­dough from Chas and Momo. Dixie Union will be serving their New Orleans soul food, tar­tiflette from Great Pan, and bio­dy­nam­ic bur­gers from Jacob’s Lad­der. Not for­get­ting, crepes from Ty Jan­ick, cup cakes from Bunt­ing and Pops, and deli­cious offer­ings from the Ori­gin­al Fry-Up Mater­i­al and Most Wanted Foods.

Artis­ans Mar­ket
10am – 4pm, Chats­worth Way
Local artists and makers selling the best West Nor­wood has to offer includ­ing paint­ings, prints and cards from Mar­tin Grover and Paul McBride. Digit­al prints of local places from South Lon­don Prints, unique jew­ellery pieces from Cath­er­ine Cross, Sil­ver Blos­som Jew­ellery and Aman­da Patrick. Bespoke lamp­shades, cush­ions and srceen prin­ted tote bags and tea tow­els from Cher­ish and Bloom and Rosa and Clara Designs.
The team from Red Watch, West Nor­wood Fire Bri­gade will be on site with a real live fire engine from 11am – 1pm.

Fresh ‘n’ Green
10am – 4pm, junc­tion of Nor­wood Road, Lan­caster Aven­ue, and York Hill
Visit our new stalls — honey from the Taste of Spain, cakes and pastries from the Almond Kit­chen, soap, hair and body products from Nat­ur­al You. Plus, the ever pop­u­lar pop­corn, artis­an breads from Levain Bakery and many more. As well as the FEAST Apple Stall to bring and buy local fruit to sup­port the Nor­wood Food­bank.

South Lam­beth Play Part­ners
10am – 4pm, Food Fair, in front of St. Luke’s Church
Free play activ­it­ies and games for young chil­dren and fam­il­ies.
Free children’s activ­it­ies at each mar­ket hub
Join our volun­teer FEAST­ies for some cre­at­ive col­our­ing in and brace­let mak­ing.

Be FEAST Volun­teer
10am – 4pm, all mar­ket hubs
Would you like to help in the run­ning of FEAST? We not only need volun­teers to help every FEAST day, but through­out the month. Roles include book­ing traders and enter­tain­ments; help with mar­ket­ing and social media. Can you spare a few hours? Speak to a hub lead­er or any­one in a hi-vis jack­et to find out more.

Lam­beth Open
Lam­beth Open, Artists and Makers open their doors, Sat­urday 5 and Sunday 6 Octo­ber 2013.

The Por­tico Gal­lery has again kindly offered to be the hub venue for this year’s Lam­beth Open event allow­ing artists without their own premises to show their work to the pub­lic. Both the upper gal­lery and lower hall will be show­ing a range of work includ­ing paint­ing, draw­ing, print mak­ing and pho­to­graphy, for more info see http://www.lambethopen.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=…

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