Winter Lights, Saturday 7 December 2013, 4 — 8pm







West Nor­wood FEAST and St. Luke’s Church present an even­ing of Winter Lights

Sat­urday 7 Decem­ber 2013, 4 — 8pm

Inside and out­side St. Luke’s Church

Come and join us for our last event of the year — a Winter Lights cel­eb­ra­tion at St. Luke’s Church on Sat­urday 7 Decem­ber 2013, 4pm – 8pm where we will be light­ing the front of the church with sea­son­al lighted images.

We are delighted to announce that the event will be offi­cially opened by the Rt. Hon. Dame Tessa Jow­ell MP at 4pm.
There will be mulled wine and cider from the bar, cof­fee and hot chocol­ate from Blue Moun­tain, Miss P’s Bar­be­cue, The Cup­cake Shop, tar­tiflette from Great Pan, pan­cakes from South Lon­don Botan­ic­al Insti­tute, and veg­gie treats from Mean Green Foods.

Head inside the church for a selec­tion of FEAST traders for your Christ­mas shop­ping includ­ing Homet­own Glory http://hometownglory.co.uk/, cos­met­ics from Patri­cia Pel­ic­an, hand knits and crochet from Sara Petersen and Libby Lawson, fused glass dec­or­a­tions from Cath­er­ine Ward, hand­made Christ­mas dec­or­a­tions from Fine and Scandy, Fab­ulous Vin­tage Finds, To Have and To Hold Vin­tage www.tohaveandtoholdvintage.co.uk and Jenny Hind­son, sta­tion­ery, cards and prints from Shop Jill, Sta­tion­ery Traffic, www.facebook.com/StationeryTraffic, and Paul McBride http:papamackie.com, jew­ellery from Lucy Jud­son and Sil­ver Blos­som Jew­ellery, www.silverblossomjewellery.co.uk, hand sewn toys from Saga Sews, Christ­mas wreaths and candles from Rebecca May, and books from Pea Green Boat Books, www.peagreenboatbooks.co.uk. Tasty treats, cakes, hampers and nibbles from Bunt­ing and Pops, Scoff Sweets, www.scoffsweets.co.uk, and Bailie and Rose, twit­ter: @bailieandrose.

Music and singing, on the steps of St. Luke’s

4–5pm com­munity carol singing with the FEAST team!
5–6pm Popchoir, www.popchoir.com
6 — 6.30pm Joy­ful Singing oth­er­wise known as the Por­tico sing­ers, joyfulsinging1@gmail.com
7–7.45pm Rock Choir, www.rockchoir.com
Children’s Activ­it­ies, 4 — 8pm

Join our little FEAST­ies for some free fest­ive col­our­ing and Christ­mas dec­or­a­tion mak­ing both out­side and inside the church. Help FEAST Artis­an trader, Paul McBride, make a fest­ive FEAST scene inside St. Luke’s.

FEAST HQ, 4 — 8pm

The FEAST team will be on hand to let you know how to get involved as a volun­teer. FEAST­ies will also be selling our fab­ulous FEAST bags and Christ­mas cards

Win­tery Tales, free sea­son­al stor­ies for the fam­ily told by Vanessa Woolf at The Old Lib­rary

1–2pm Craft activ­it­ies
2–2.30pm Win­tery Tales (under 5’s ses­sion)
2.30 — 3pm Craft activ­it­ies and refresh­ments
3 — 3.30pm Win­tery Tales (over 5’s ses­sion)
Pro­duced by Friends of West Nor­wood Lib­rary, www.fownl.org.uk and sup­por­ted by Nor­wood Forum
Betty’s Pop-Up Knit­ted Nativ­ity for Nip­pers
6pm and 7pm by the Christ­mas Tree, inside St. Luke’s
A three minute Christ­mas Story show in wool.

Winter Lights Bazaar, 11am — 6pm, Por­tico Gal­lery, 23a Knights Hill

The last Bazaar or 2013. Enjoy the delights of the sea­son and our vil­lage-like com­munity spir­it with lots of unique gift and present ideas from local artis­ans and mark­ers, www.porticogallery.org.uk.

FEAST would like to thank lights artists, Cre­at­mo­sphere and Jar­larka Stu­dio, for all their sup­port and hard work in put­ting togeth­er this event. For more inform­a­tion about Cre­at­mo­sphere and Jar­laka Stu­dio please visit www.creatmosphere.com and www.jarlaka.com.

The Winter Lights event is being run on the same day as Small Busi­ness Sat­urday. Small Busi­ness Sat­urday is a nation­al cam­paign to encour­age people to redis­cov­er their high streets. Over 80 busi­nesses in the area will be encour­aging people to shop loc­ally and cel­eb­rate their local busi­nesses with sup­port form it’s MP, Rt. Hon. Dame Tessa Jow­ell. Look out for par­ti­cip­at­ing shops and busi­nesses offer­ing pro­mo­tions and dis­counts on the day.

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