This Feast we will be marking Black History Month with African drumming workshops by One Drum, poetry and spoken word by Uncle Errol (the supreme compere of Wingit) and the Poetry Slabs and a talk by a Black History historian Dr Angelina Osborne, entitled ‘They Also Served’ in which she describes the contribution of African and Caribbean people in the Great War. We will also be hosting a dog show in conjunction with The London Animal Hospital in Camberwell!

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Further, The Portico Gallery, September 15th Markey Funk flys in from Jerusalem to present his take on the heavy fuzz and psych sounds coming from his Delights label. DJ Food brings his AV ode to Boards of Canada – O Is For Orange – to the big screens with exclusive visual extras. The Karminsky Experience […]

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This Sunday is a Historic Feast! We will be celebrating our local history, while eating delicious food, listening to great bands and hanging out together

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For this edition of the blog our FEAST reporter headed up the less frequented Norwood High Street in search of bistro café Reggae Britannia. Just past the Book & Record Bar, on the opposite side of the road, is the modest frontage of this unique Caribbean eatery. Owner and head chef, Sky, was already ensconced […]

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The heatwave isn’t over yet – Sunday’s FEAST theme is Summer! Expect gardening tips to handle drought, knotted hankies and as much shade as we can muster.

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It’s the World Cup and Wimbledon this month so July 1st Feast is a Sports Feast! Look out for promos on social media for anything local to get you moving, as well as free sporting activities happening on the day!

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June’s Feast is a colourful World Feast! West Norwood is a very diverse a neighbourhood and will be asking Feast goers to mark on world maps where their family, friends and West Norwood neighbours are from. We hope to create an image out of this which shows how many different nationalities and languages there are in our neighbourhood. The world within West Norwood!

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This month Feast Goes Green… Our environment has never been more important, which is why May’s Feast is all about going green. Throughout our hubs and planned activities there will be initiatives designed to help us be more green.

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Featuring the Fruit and Veg stall, which straggles a double pitch on the corner of Chestnut Road and Norwood Road. This familiar site to locals has been part of the fabric of the area since Victorian times. Our FEAST reporter chatted with owners Ross and Tina as they served a steady flow of regulars. Ross […]

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Winter rain and cold; but the FEAST team has regrouped to prepare for the year ahead. And so our intrepid reporter is back pounding the streets of West Norwood to meet more local traders. Presenting; Emmaus Lambeth, a homelessness charity with a cluster of shops along Knights Hill selling a variety of second hand goods. […]

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