Community Market

The next Community Market takes place on Saturday 20th October from 11am until 3pm in St Mark’s Hall  and the dates of future Markets can be found here.

If you are interested in a stall at the Market in the future please contact jr@studio-pots.com or fill in the contact form below. Stalls are £10 each and we provide the table & chairs.

 

Refreshments

John Nash is back on refreshment duties this month and his menu can be seen here. 18.10.20 menu

As usual tea (50p) and cups of Illy filter coffee (£1) will also be available.

only Illy coffee served here

 

 Workshop Space

Andrew Riley’s Watercolour Workshops is taking a break until December and in its place this month we have:

CraftA is a community group, Community Responsive Artists, Felters and Textile Associates. Join us for a chat about our community aims. We take a small contribution of £5 for which you get coffee or tea. The rest goes to good causes.

It can be isolating making and creating alone.

We socialise, network and collaborate and also get the pleasure of being philanthropic with the small amount of money we as creatives can afford.

At a meet-up you get coffee, tea and a hands-on demo. In this case a little go at needle-felting and also later in the afternoon, some crochet. I will help you make a Christmas bauble.

If you want to find out more about us or join our community contact Viv at selanfelt@gmail.com or join our Facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/693408737708149/

 

Stalls

Below are details of some of the local traders, who will be at the October Market and this will be added to over the next few weeks  : –

 

Food Products

Penola Granola is a tastier less sweet option to most blends and is home baked in small batches.

 

Eltham Honey and other bee based products.

 

CareGrow – Fine Preserves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LaLu’s West African snacks.

 

Retro & Vintage

 

Gilly’s Miscellany

Vintage Pine Etc. Ltd will be outside the Hall at the October Market

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A selection of the Local Craftspeople and Traders taking part

 

Jewellery and artwork from Anju Christina

Kim Ward – author of the Pickles series of books for children.

Nicky’s Tealights & Candles

 

Axelina Productions: Designer/maker of t shirts, tote bags & children/baby wear.

Londonkillsme: Hand made art & design

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hardy Walsh Handmade

 

 

Jean’s Knitted Wares

Anghel jewellery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kitchen Chemist – Luxury Handmade Bath Products

Janice: Jewellery including beaded items.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chillipepper Designs – jewellery

Harper Bizarre Art. Mosaic art and other craftwork.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

K Charmed jewellery.

Su Vint”age” cards, including a unique Christmas collection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Warrior Craft handmade leather goods and treen

 

Local Artist

Barry Small – Paintings, drawings, cards, coasters & fridge magnets.

Ray Marshall – paintings, prints and cards.

 

 

Angelo’s Back Massage

 

Angelo’s Back Massage

Other Attractions

On the stage around 1pm a demonstration by:

 

Sippsopps Dance Fitness

The Positive Plumstead Project will be with us once again to answer any questions that you might have and to let you know about their aims. Unfortunately PPP have had to cancel but should be back in November.

POSITIVE PLUMSTEAD PROJECT

 

 

Remaining Dates for 2018

  • Saturday 17th November
  • Saturday 15th December

 

St Mark’s Hall


The Community Market takes place at St Mark’s Hall Old Mill Road, Plumstead, London, SE18 1QE.

Bus routes 51, 53 and 291 run close to St Mark’s Hall – which is located to the north east of Plumstead Common.

Community Market Contact Form

 

 

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