Happy new year to everyone from Walthamstow Market.
Why not take the first step in becoming your own boss by having a stall at Walthamstow Market?
If you are interested in becoming a trader and have a unique product or service, then contact us to discuss further possibilities in more detail.
On Monday 23rd December in addition to the Christmas Market, the Town Square will host a number of other attractions including childrens’ funfair rides, candy floss and roast chestnut stalls from 10am onwards. Then from 12pm (midday) there will be live musical entertainment from local singer-songwriters and bands, playing an eclectic mix of popular covers, folk and Christmas songs. The musical entertainment will be rounded off with carol singing in the Town Square.
Look out for the musical programme details on here soon.
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Exciting Pop Up Shop now open at 137 Hoe Street, so come down and support the variety of new businesses that will occupy these premises. See details below
38 Hoe Street is a project space showcasing the re-generation works that are taking place along Hoe Street. Various events including workshops, an artist in residence, a place to hold meetings etc are being held. This includes physical works to the street and also help support local businesses with various networking events etc.
Please click on link below to see the website.
This event is part of a series of events commissioned by the North London Waste Authority titled “Waste Less, Save More Big Free Lunch” events. Their purpose is to reduce the amount of food wasted by households over a 12 month period (around £680 worth on average) by engaging with the public through interactive roadshows. The day will consist of our partner organisation, Events of Excellence, preparing free meals for around 1000 members of the public using ingredients up to the value of £680 to demonstrate what can be done with what a household wastes in a year. There will also be cooking workshops and demonstrations to highlight how to reduce the amount of food waste produced at home. This food will be prepared off site but cooked on site using gas burners in a 6x6m marquee and will be distributed in biodegradable plastic tubs. In addition to this, both Waste Watch and the local Council / NLWA will have small information stands and will be engaging with attendees over the course of the day on issues surrounding food waste. The event is also designed to help improve community cohesion by providing a focal point for activity at lunchtime in the area in an outdoor space where people can relax with free food. Waste Watch successfully completed a series of these events in West London earlier this year, serving between 800 and 1200 portions per event.