This Sunday’s Feast is set to be a scorcher!
Fresh and Green stalls are back in their new home outside the Library & Picturehouse, while the Artisans’ Market can still be found on Chatsworth Way.
From now until the end of the year, West Norwood will face significant disruption thanks to the upcoming Thames Water works. But don’t let that put you off visiting your favourite monthly market!
Put the first Sunday of every month in your diary, come down and see what we have to offer.
Sports Day at the Family Hub – feeling competitive? Head to the grounds by the West Norwood Leisure Centre where the South London Play Partners will be challenging everyone to sack races, three legged races, wheelbarrow races and satsuma on a spoon races (who needs eggs, hey?)!
If crafts are more your thing, have a go at designing your own ‘trophy’. We’ll have cardboard colouring sheets to decorate, and finished trophies will be tied with string to wear around the neck. Everyone’s a winner!
‘Allstars Kids Club’ will be by the Family Hub hosting fun and games including a football game so if you’re missing the footie season, head on down. If you’re a wiz with numbers, Maths Explorers will be doing the usual wonderful ‘Fun exploration of Maths’.
Prime is is a new social enterprise to get men active in the prime of their life (40-60 years old). Launching in Summer 2019 in West Norwood with a mix of local social meet-ups and menu of fun local taster activities based on 3 themes: Get Active – country hikes, bike rides, over 40s boxing. Be Social – local history walks, curry clubs and volunteering. Make stuff – workshops, crafts, music, nutrition and cooking.
Go to our website to join the club and for full details of our events.
Norwood Action Group
Formed in 1996, NAG is dedicated to ‘the economic, environmental and social regeneration of the area’. It is officially recorded as a community organisation presenting a collective view. NAG has achieved, or helped to achieve, many worthwhile successes and contributed materially to the protection of many of Tulse Hill, West Norwood and Upper Norwood’s positive features as well as being forward looking.
FEAST is committed to becoming more sustainable in 2019.
Plastic Free West Norwood are returning to Feast this month. Find out how you can become more environmentally friendly in the local area, and pick up one of their brilliant reusable shopping bags.
Joining them is Repowering London, an initiative dedicated to creating renewable energy through community projects. Subscribe to the Repowering London newsletter for their latest news and events here.
You can find the green stalls in the Family Hub in Devane Way.
The Artisans’ Market is a buzz of creativity and excitement. Here you’ll find arty activities for children to do while you browse the wares on the artisans stalls; anything from handmade pottery, jewellery, T-shirts, toys, bags, candles and knick-knacks to stunning photography and art.
At this hub you can also find our Tea & Talk Table, a space where older people in the community can come for free cuppa and a chat with one of our friendly volunteers.
New to Fresh ‘n’ Green this month is MyReusables, who will be selling bamboo cutlery in their own mini pouches. Treat yourself to your own set to bring along to every future Feast!
Keep–Eat–Clean–Repeat. Committed to having a positive impact on the ever growing single-use throwaway culture.
Whether you’re a keen foodie, committed to local produce, or simply fancy a bite to eat, the Food Fair will have something to suit you. Here you’ll find traders with a passion for food, and a regularly changing stall selection which brings cuisine from all corners of the globe to West Norwood.
New to Food Fair this month is Roaming Buffalo who specialise in free-range New York-style Buffalo (chicken) Wings, served with traditional Blue Cheese Dip or Avocado Ranch.
La Creperie Anglaise and Sutton Community Farm will also be joining Food Fair this month!
From delicious food to shopping and free kids activities, you can easily spend the whole day hanging out at the Family Hub this Sunday.
Waffle-ly good snacks. Got a sweet tooth? Get a taste of Belgium from Perle Dorée, who specialise in making traditional Liège waffles. 100% handmade from scratch and based on the traditional recipe, the waffles are prepared fresh with a choice of different toppings. We dare you not to try them all…
Veg out with vegan food. Homemade mozzarella sticks, halloumi fries, polenta fries and seitan nuggets… all vegan and veggie friendly! Dipsticks LDN is a brand new food stall from local resident Corbin Parsons. After over a decade in gastro-pubs and restaurants Corbin has decided to branch out on his own. Look out for Vegan Bloody Mary’s too!
Fusion barbecue. Low n Slow Beef Brisket, Pork Belly and Grilled Halloumi. Fresh Salsa, Spicy Slaws and Sharp Pickles all wrapped in a Soft Naan….hungry yet? Start queuing at the OffBeatBBQ stall this Sunday!
Back in its usual home in Roseberys car park, browse and buy preloved and vintage finds, all while listening to tunes played by HeartandSoul records.
New to Feast is local West Nowood resident Viola Sparkles who will be selling retro gifts, vintage clothing and handmade clothes with African prints.
Old Stuff makes a welcome return with his vintage Penguin paperbacks (including some tremendous of-their time covers that can’t be missed!), mid-century furniture and stylish kitchen paraphernalia
Get your culture fix – we’ll be selling the Sunday newspapers and hosting West Norwood’s bookcrossing zone – keep an eye here for titles being released on the day: https://www.bookcrossing.com/mybookshelf/WN_FEAST/
Teen zone – new to Feast is our very own space for teenagers to hang out away from the family. Be creative, get together with friends – whatever you want to do, this is your sanctuary.
Making a return is Clobber & Sprout, much missed in May. Find gorgeous plants and vintage clothing in abundance.
DJ Food plays two hours worth of new finds and old faves, live from The Book and Record Bar, from 12-2pm
Pop into the shop or listen live in the comfort of your own headphones on http://wnbc.london
The Book and Record Bar
20 Norwood High Street,