We’ve missed you!
The Feast team are very excited to let you know that we are back for August! Feast will be as wonderful as ever but things might feel a little different. In agreement with Lambeth and in line with Government guidelines we will be operating as a street market only. This means we will still have the great range of street food, arts, crafts, vintage items and local products that you’ve come to know and love. We will be operating on three sites, Food Fair, Artisans’ Market and (new for 2020) Village Green. There’s a handy map below, details of our social distancing measures and lots more information below so you can plan your visit. As always our dedicated Feast volunteers will be on hand to help you make the most of your visit.
Stay safe and enjoy our amazing West Norwood Feast.
Please Be Patient, Keep Your Distance & Enjoy Feast
Join us at Village green to shop, eat, drink and play. Here you’ll find all things sustainable and community focused, spread around the open green outside west Norwood Leisure Centre.Shop for retro and handmade goods, beauty products, clothing and vintage curios. Alongside popular regular stalls brimming with handmade creativity and wares. This month we’re excited to introduce Beats & Grind to Village Green, serving amazing coffee from batches of Mont58 hand-roasted beans. As well as some of our Retro Village stallholders with vintage treats, there’s LedanjaSE27 who upcycles old fabric and turns it into fabulous bags.
You’ll find all things foodie at St Lukes, spread around the edge of the church green are our wonderful food traders with heaps of on-the-go hot and cold food temptingly tasty options for you to take away.
We are pleased to bring you the ever popular Artisans’ Market where you can explore local designer-makers, including Martin Grover, Crystal & Stone and Red Faces Prints.
Plans to help you SHOP SAFELY and enjoy Feast
Keeping our visitors safe is a priority for Feast, so we have introduced some measures to help you maintain social distancing and shop safely.
We will have fewer stalls than usual, one way systems at Artisans’ market and Food fair Hubs and distanced queuing to help you to socially distance. We will have hand sanitiser available at each Hub and stall holders will have safety measures in place according to Lambeth guidelines for markets. For this Feast we will ask you not to stay in St Luke’s garden but to take your food away to enjoy elsewhere.
There will be signs at each Hub explaining our measures. Volunteers will be on hand to make sure you Keep Your Distance and Enjoy Feast and we ask you to Please Be Patient.