This Sunday will be our annual Summer Fayre with L’Arche London UK at their Garden project 21 Idmiston Road all part of the famed West Norwood Feast.
L’Arche have their fab plants and craftwork by their members for sale and are extremely popular – especially the plants!
Here’s a sneak peak of new sellers on Sunday:
First up we have Remi of Love Rems – Shea Butters, Body Scrubs, Coconut & Vanilla Scrubs, Ylang-Ylang Body Scrub, and colourful Gift bags & packs.
Click on the photo below to visit their Facebook page:
Next up we have Roniqua Gerald of soufriereliving who creates home decor and gifts that are playful and quirky.
Click on the image below to visit their Facebook page
Lots of local people selling their unwanted / needed items around the neighbourhood with some local shops and organisations joining in.
Click the magpie image below to visit the Jumble Trail map which will give you a description of who and where.
I think we will all need to wear hiking boots or very sturdy sandals 😀
We look forward to seeing you there!
Pimm’s & Partsongs: A Musical Garden Party – in aid of L’Arche
London chamber choir Colla Voce Singers, conducted by Aidan Coburn presents their summer event of 2017. Pimm’s & Partsongs: A Musical Garden Party – in aid of L’Arche UK.
Albert Square Garden is on Albert Square, Vauxhall, London SW8 1DA.
Music from Colla Voce Singers, with drinks, light entertainment, jazz, classical arias and VIP guests (to be announced).
Tickets available now from See Tickets for £15 (£12 concessions) – all include a complimentary summer drink. Under 18s £5 and family tickets also available:
to find out more just click the poster image above to catch up via the facebook event page.
Our next Market will be at Manville Gardens for the Macmillan Cancer Support and we look forward to seeing your there – let the sun shine!
Then we will have our annual L’Arche Summer Fayre:
well… it’s nearly December and we have had one Christmas Fayre already at West Dulwich Rosendale Road which went rather well… flippin cold though.
So here’s the info on the coming up dates you can find us and L’Arche handmade goodies to give to your loved ones… and yourself obviously
…self love is important! 🙂
Rock Paper Scissors London and L’Arche will be at the Impact Hub Christmas Market this Friday from 6pm to 10pm at Pop Brixton
You will discover prints, jewellery, food and other crafts created by members of Impact Hub Brixton and other Lambeth creatives which will make your Christmas Gifts totally unique and with an extra warm fuzzy feeling of supporting local small business!
Never been to Pop Brixton before… here’s a map – it’s the container city type structure with tons of food and Christmas spirit!
L’Arche Garden Christmas Fayre with RPS & WN Feast
The countdown to our Christmas Fayre on Sunday 4th December 10–4pm at l’Arche Garden, has already started over on our Facebook page – the first 5 contestants to have collected all coupons will win a prize.
Want to sell at L’Arche & RPS & WN Feast Christmas Fayre?
If you would like to participate in the Xmas Fayre on Sunday 4th December, I’d be grateful if you would please email me by 3.00pm on Wednesday 30th November.
Hire a table space (approx 3ft x 4ft) at our Xmas Fayre on Sunday 4th December at L’Arche’s Gothic Lodge, 21 Idmiston Road, West Norwood SE27 9HE. The cost will be £10 – payable on Sunday 4th December, which goes to L’Arche, who will be providing tables (indoors and outdoors) and some weather protection. If you would like to bring your own gazebo, please let us know.
Stallholders will need to set up on site at Gothic Lodge from 9.00-9.30am on Sunday 4th December and the Fayre will run alongside the Christmas Feast (on and around Norwood Road/Norwood High Street) from 10.00am to 4.00pm.
We do ask stallholders NOT to sell greetings cards (unless they feature prints of the maker’s own original artworks/photographs), candles or christmas wreaths, please, in order to avoid competing with those products that are handcrafted by the L’Arche charity community.
West Norwood Feast are also selling their new 2017 Calendar so keep an eye out for that Feast fans!
Also The Stitch will have their fundraising stall at the main Feast area in the Church Grounds so check out those handmade goodies – great for stocking fillers too and Christmas decorations all made to help keep the community group free for everyone 🙂
As well as the huge blanket that is being made with WN Feast to help support the South London Refugee Association.
Have a look at The Stitch blog posts which have lovely photos too.
Oval Christmas Farmers Market
Herne Hill Market
Congratulations to Herne Hill Market for winning the Time Out Love London awards – it’s not a surprise really 😉
We and L’Arche will be back at Herne Hill Market on the 18th December
This Friday 4th November
This year L’Arche will be showing at Stanley Hall with the performance of TOM THUMB featuring their many talented actors and actresses.
The remaining tickets will be available on the door, but are selling out fast, so if you want to make sure you have a seat: book online!
(Just follow the link to the event below, it includes the link to the ticket website.)
Candle Making Workshop
This means that there wont be any Stitch session on the 19th November as L’Arche will be having TWO Candle Making workshops as well as, Christmas card making – one starts at 1pm and the next session at 3.30pm.
£5 entry fee and the cost of the candle that you make – you will be treated to cake, drinks and possibly waffles… they smell soooo gooooood!
Lots of events coming up so get your calendars organised 🙂
We hope to see you there!
Laura Barnett of Amarna Stoneworks and Crafts will be part of the Tree Shepherd / Diverse Gifts Summer Forest Fayre
Laura recently carved one of the modern gargoyles at St. Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle – how cool is that!
The Event launches Thursday 5pm until 7pm (invite only – email email@example.com) and then open daily.
You can find out more about this event on the Tree Shepherd website.
Laura sells jewellery at L’Arche and Markets with RPS so if you are interested in Laura’s work then please contact her via her website or our email address:
Amarna Stoneworks and Crafts
We love this!!!
Laura at work
Patients of a saint but she does do a lot of organising with the group so not that surprising 😉