Volunteer for West Norwood!

Feast, your favourite monthly event is just round the corner (Sunday 2 April), there’s a wonderful free film festival that’s happening over the ten days before Feast (25 March-1 April) and Feast Film Nights are kicking off another season of monthly film events.

What do all these three lovely things have in common? They are all volunteer powered – by people who love their West Norwood community and want to make it an even better place to live!

Volunteer for Feast

Feast has lots of friendly lovely people who volunteer on Feast days and behind the scenes – but we always ALWAYS could do with more of you! We need:

  • hub leaders (who help run the different market spaces)
  • entertainment coordinators to help with Wingit, our new open mic performance space for young people (see poster below)*
  • technical people (to help set up the music equipment and to run the website)
  • creative, community minded people to curate the monthly themed Feast’s – we like to involve as many other local organisations as possible!

If you want to volunteer for Feast, drop us a line hello@westnorwoodfeast.com or a tweet @wn_feast.

*Psst!! Follow us on Instagram @wingit_feast and let us know if you want to perform!

West Norwood Free Film Festival

It’s only a couple of weeks to go before we get eight FREE films coming to all sorts of local venues; like Back to the Future inside St Luke’s church, at The Goonies at Knowles, Paterson in Parkhall workspace cafe and all the three minute films made by you budding local filmmakers at the Portico Gallery ! They need volunteers who can help:

  • give out flyers for events
  • set up the venues for the film audiences

If you’re interested, email westnorwoodfff@gmail.com. You get to wear a special T-shirt too!

Feast Film Nights

After all the excitement of the Free Film Festival, and before the new Picturehouse premises open locally, where can you go in West Norwood for community cinema screenings? Why, to the monthly Feast Film Nights!

The spring lineup starts on Saturday 29 April with the wonderful rock horror musical Little Shop of Horrors shown at The Book and Record Bar.

Just like Feast and the free film festival, this is a volunteer-led group so feel free to get in touch if you have suggestions for future screenings or would like to volunteer! filmnights@westnorwoodfeast.com

We’d love you to volunteer for at least one of these! If you can’t, don’t worry, just come along and support all the great things happening in your lovely West Norwood….