This month Feast Goes Green… Our environment has never been more important, which is why May’s Feast is all about going green. Throughout our hubs and planned activities there will be initiatives designed to help us be more green. This Sunday, bring your own tupperware to Feast and fill it up at any food stall to save using new boxes and packaging.
Entertainment Schedule at a glance
12.00–13.00 Poetry Slabs with Uncle Errol: spoken word artist from Word on the Kerb & Wingit
14.15–15.00 Dr Angelina Osborne: They Also Served; a talk on the Contributions of African and Caribbean people in WW1
15.00–16.00 One Drum West African Drumming Workshop
This month’s ‘Going Green’ themed stalls and free activities at Family Hub
Fresh ‘n’ green
Other local events on Feast Market day!
WeNo Insider’s Guide to…
The Fruit & Veg Stall
This familiar site to locals has been part of the fabric of the area since Victorian times. Our FEAST reporter chatted with owners Ross and Tina as they served a steady flow of regulars.
Herne Hill Free Film Festival
Streatham Common Paddling Pool
Artists’ Open House
“The area’s crowning achievement, and a testament to the community spirit in the neighbourhood, is the West Norwood Feast. This hugely popular event held on the first Sunday of the month, from April through to December, is more than just another street market.”Anthea Masey