West Norwood FEAST
Sunday 1 September 2013, 10am – 4pm

Launching the beginning of Lambeth Local History Month, come and join one of our local history guided walks or visit Retro Village for our very own trash or treasure antique valuations from the experts at Rosbery’s auction house.

Curios about your curios?
11am – 3pm, Retro Village, in the car park of Rosebery’s Auction House, 74 – 76 Knights Hill
Have you ever watched the “Antiques Roadshow” and wondered what your own belongings are worth? Well, now’s here your chance to find out. Experts from Rosebery’s, South London’s fine art and antiques auction house, are holding a free valuation event from 11am – 2pm at the Retro Village. From jewellery to pictures, furniture to ceramics, the Rosebery’s team will be able to tell you all about them. All you need to do is bring along your object or objects. If it’s too big to carry, bring a photograph instead.

Local History Walk, Knights Hill and Norwood Road – free
11am and 1.30pm, meet outside Rosebery’s Auction House, 74 Knights Hill, SE27 0JD
Launching Lambeth Local History Month our Victorian time travelling guides will be retracing a path across what was once known as Lower Norwood – places where pedestrians could once have seen leafy villas, squat terraces and an orphanage. The walk will last approximately 45 minutes.

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.

Steve and the Hats
11am – 1pm, Artisans Market
A little music while you shop.

Ross Stansfield
12 noon onwards, outside Beamish & McGlue
Sunday morning piano with your coffee and croissants.

1pm – 1.15pm, steps of St. Luke’s Church and 1.30pm – 1.45pm at the Artisans Market
The group that brought pan pipe and south American dance to FEAST now bring their very own mime show.

Billie and her accordion
1pm – 1.30pm, Artisans Market and 1.30pm – 2pm, steps of St. Luke’s Church
You may have heard Billie last month, she’s back with some more accordion tunes.

The Tempted
2pm – 3pm, steps of St. Luke’s Church
A four-piece alt-rock band from South London, Tempted combine catchy riffs with a thundering rhythm section and raw vocal power, placing their own unique stamp on an eclectic mix of covers and original songs. Each member brings a different style of music to the song writing process: Chris, alternative rock, Craig, blues, Ebruba, indie, Tash, singer-songwriter music. The Tempted were formed in the summer of 2012 at the BRIT School. The band has recently performed at the Royal Festival Hall and at the Elderflower Fields Festival’s main stage. Look out for gigs and updates on their YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/TemptedBand

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, Nerro Deco, Vie Vintage, and new FEAST traders Coco Celeste. 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. Pangea Street will be providing mixed salad boxes, tartiflette from Great Pan, and biodynamic burgers from Jacob’s Ladder. Not forgetting, West Norwood’s very own Volcano Coffee.

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 screen printed tote bags and tea towels from Cherish and Bloom, and welcoming the FEAST debut of Juan is Dead with Mexican Day of the Dead inspired mosaics and gifts.

The Cupcake Shop will be at the Artisans Market all day with their delicious cakes and treats!

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
Stop by the Fresh ‘n’ Green hub for popcorn from Drum and Kernel Popcorn and visit the Sugar Cane King, Levain Bakery, Tantie Lorraine, Hattie’s Chocolate Treats. Cards, plants and course info from the South London Botanical Institute and Floral Hall, books from Pea Green Boat Books, and pet treats from Dulwich Tails. Don’t forget your coffee and croissants at Beamish & McGlue!

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.

Brixton and Norwood Foodbank, St. Luke’s Church and at FEAST HQ
The Foodbank will be accepting donations inside St. Luke’s church, plus there will be two collection boxes at the FEAST HQ. The Foodbank is urgently looking for donations of tinned meat, tinned fish, tinned fruit, and instant custard.

September Bazaar and open day for courses
10am – 4pm, Portico Gallery, 23a Knights Hill
The Portico Gallery’s September Bazaar coincides with the West Norwood September FEAST for another memorable family day out. There will be stalls galore offering all sorts of irresistible food and goodies for sale. PLUS, there will be another opportunity to find out about the Gallery’s range of workshops and classes. There is a wide variety of classes and workshops from Pottery and Life Drawing for adults to After School Clubs for children. For the full range of classes please see www.porticogallery.org.uk