The L’Arche charitable community and local maker collective Rock Paper Scissors (RPS) are holding their Easter Fayre at the L’Arche Garden in West Norwood on Sunday 20th March.
In addition to selling L’Arche and RPS art and craft work, limited space is being offered to other local makers. (see below for map and photos of the Garden).
Up to 12 tables/sections of tables will be available, each with average dimensions of approximately 3 ft by 4 ft. A variety of tables will be provided in and around the garden of the L’Arche community lodge at 21 Idmiston Road SE27, located inside the garden workshop and greenhouse and outdoors. While L’Arche will provide the tables and have some tarpaulins and a gazebo to provide protection in the event of bad weather, makers may wish to bring their own covers/gazebos (subject to size and garden location).
Each table/space will cost £15 and all of the fees will go directly to the L’Arche charity.
Further information about L’Arche and RPS, including photos of the L’Arche Garden, can be found at: http://www.larche.org.uk
You can keep up to date on this collaboration via L’Arche and RPS Facebook pages – click images below to visit and follow!
If you are interested in taking part in the fayre, please email both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with a description of the work you propose to sell – including photographs, links to your website/blogs/social media sites – and an indication of how many tables/spaces you want to hire, confirmation of your public/product liability insurance, etc. Deadline Sunday 13th March
We would be grateful to receive your email enquiry as soon as possible in order that L’Arche can organise the fayre. L’Arche will notify selected stallholders asap in w/b 14th March.
If you are offered space at the Fayre, you will be asked to provide payment in person at the L’Arche shop on Norwood High Street or via BACS payment by 3.00pm on Friday 18th March (please note that fees will be non-refundable after the 18th March).
Many thanks and we shall hopefully meet you soon.
Photos of L’Arche/RPS Christmas Fayre:
Garden Photos by Bill Hull Photography