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Poetry in Motion: The Market Walk and Post Performance
The Market Walk, Sunday 26 May, 11.30am.
Start point The Mill, 7-11 Coppermill Lane, E17 7HA
Ends at Walthamstow Library where a warm welcome awaits.
The Post Walk Performance, 1.15pm
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On 23rd March 2013 between 10am and 4pm a large, Inflatable Bowel will be exhibited on the circular concrete area near the large screen in the Town Square.
Tours through the 2.4 metre high inflatable bowel will be offered, with a Colorectal Nurse Specialist. There will be a dietician/nurse running BMI’s and advising visitors on healthy diet and lifestyle, asking passers-by short questions on their knowledge of bowel cancer.
This event is working in conjunction with the NHS Waltham Forest and the Be Clear on Cancer Campaign.
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On Saturday 9th March 2013 the London Borough of Waltham Forest Street Trading service in partnership with Raise Your Game are having a Market Day Business Challenge where young people who have attended a start-up business course will be open for business for one day in the Market.
You will find their stalls at the St. James Street end of the market, along with existing St. James Street hub traders.
So come and support local entrepreneurs in action.
As you may be aware Thames Water have started their Victorian Water Mains replacement work at the top of the High Street.
All businesses and market stalls will be open as usual and pedestrian access will be maintained, however many of the market stalls have temporarily relocated to either the Town Square or the Arcade site at the junction of Hoe Street.
The Council are working closely with Thames Water, Optimise and the Market Traders to minimise any disruption this work may cause.
The works in the High Street began on 14 January and is expected to be completed by 30 June 2013. To carry out this work as quickly and safely as possible, the work will be split into four separate, six week ‘phases’, which are detailed below.
Phase 1 – Outside number 259 High Street to junction with Westbury Road
Phase 2 – Westbury Avenue to Erskine Road
Phase 3 – Erskine Road to Storey Road
Phase 4 - Storey Road to Palmerston Road
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The Market is now operating as normal, from Tuesday to Saturday 8am-5pm (5.30pm on Saturdays).
Come and see what’s on offer.
Waltham Forest council proudly announces the forthcoming Christmas Market, to be held this year on Monday 24th December at Walthamstow Market.
An extra shopping day for all you keen shoppers searching for gifts and presents, fruit and veg for the Christmas table, or simply enjoy the festive decorations and atmosphere of the Market.
So come on down and support your local Market.
Learn, Make, Sell!
Please come along to our exciting stall on Saturday 8th December located next to Déjà vu Café in Walthamstow market. Learners from CLaSS – Waltham Forest Adult Learning Service will be selling fantastic crafts.
Every item on the stall will be of excellent quality made by learners as part of Starting Up Your Own Business course.
You will also be able to find out about CLaSS Waltham Forest Adult Learning Service courses.
CLaSS – Waltham Forest Adult Learning Service
Contact any of our centres on 020 8988 0555 / 020 8496 2974 / 020 8558 6805
Come on down and enjoy a trip around the gastronomic world by walking down to the food section of the market, between the junctions with Carisbrooke Road and Pretoria Avenue.
The food court at the St. James Street hub of the market is growing with the addition of new and exciting food stalls.
Recently we have added stalls offering exciting street foods such as bagels, baguettes and wraps; Chinese food; Gyros and Hungarian Chimney Cakes.
This is alongside our ever popular regular Caribbean, African, East European and American varieties of food stalls. On Saturdays there is now a dedicated seating area for you to enjoy this fantastic produce.
If you are interested in trading on Walthamstow Market or have any ideas and suggestions on how to improve the market please email us at email@example.com