Eat, drink, and have a very Merry time at the last Feast of 2019!
Read on to find out what we have lined up for you.
Children won’t be bored this month at Feast, with the South London Play Partners hosting an array of activities to unleash the young ones’ crafty side, from woodland creatures to Christmas trees, all using handprints. Photo: Instagram @oursensorykid
Family Hub: The Norwood Forum will be pitching up with the family and retro stalls this month, giving locals an opportunity to have their say and learn more about the local area.
The London Steiner School can be found by the children’s activities at the Family Hub, and the fabulous folk from both the South London Theatre and The Stitch will be around to say hello at Feast HQ, by the food hub.
Need a little help with your Christmas shopping and don’t want to bring the car? Simply drop your bags off at Bon Velo on Norwood Road from 10am-6pm Tuesday-Saturday and they’ll deliver it the same day between 4pm-7pm, for FREE. A bit like Santa on a bike… applies to those within a 2 mile radius of the hub. See the leaflet or stationtostation.london for more details.
Where better to start your Christmas shopping than by browsing some of the finest independent businesses in south London?
Illustrator Fearless Flamingo will be showcasing positivity prints to bring some cheer to 2020, along with personalised name prints that’ll add a beautiful touch to any children’s stocking. Find midcentury Scandi inspired homeware from Hokolo, and satisfy your sweet tooth courtesy of The Cupcake Shop!
Did you know that Brett & Bailey‘s Stollen Swirls were voted the best by About Time magazine? You can try it for yourself if you head to the food fair, where this Feast favourite will also be selling cakes and bakes to give you that ultimate sweet fix.
Don’t forget that some stalls will be offering a discount if you take your own tupperware along.
Fancy picking up a unique gift for a loved one? House of Funky Junk will be in their usual spot, selling a mixture of vintage clothes and upcycled interiors.
New this month is Claret Press, a local ebook and paperback publisher. Created to inform and entertain, Claret Press books are intelligent, challenging and distinctive, introducing readers to new ideas, unexplored places and pivotal events. All books have a political edge, with deeply interesting and engaging narratives, exploring the human spirit and our shared world.
This month the folk at Retro Village can be found in the Family Hub so take a trip towards the leisure centre to explore what vintage treats they have to offer!
A double dose of feel good at Retro at the Family hub this December where Retro traders Clare’s Collection and Revival with Art4Space are selling a whole cornucopia of preloved treasures for their respective charities Refugee Community Kitchen and Art4Space. Find an unusual retro gift for Christmas – there will be wooden printing letters, vintage kitchenalia, toy cars, and much more.
From 29th November until 8th December dozens of windows in Norwood will be transformed to celebrate its very first Winter Wanderland.
From Brockwell Park to Crystal Palace, pick up a guide map and discover the windows which have undergone a ‘Wild Nature’ themed makeover. The launch party is on Friday 29th November at West Norwood Library & Picturehouse, whose windows will have their very own wild display too!
Need a little help with you Christmas shopping? Simply drop your bags off at Bon Velo on Norwood Road from 10am-6pm Tuesday-Saturday and they’ll deliver it the same day between 4pm-7pm, for FREE. A bit like Santa on a bike… applies to those within a 2 mile radius of the hub. See the leaflet, or the Station to Station website for more details.