SAVE THE DATE: Wolves Lane Community Market, Monday, 7th May 2018

 
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Monday 7th May 2018 (1pm-6pm)

Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre, Wood Green, London N22 5JD

 

We have great news to share!

As a result of the food and space conversations where we have been sharing ideas and building relationships to develop a community food hub at the former council-managed horticultural centre and feedback from the Festive Market, we are now planning a series of monthly community markets at Wolves Lane.

They will take place between May and December 2018.

The first market will take place on Monday 7th May 1-6pm at Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre.

Join us for an afternoon of celebration with food, music, family activities and market stalls organised by a collection of community organisations!

Activities on the day will include:

  • Guided tours around the centre
  • Stalls selling seasonal produce and gift ideas
  • Tasty food
  • Creative Activities for Children and Adults
  • Dr Bike – get your bike fixed for free!!
  • Raffles

* the adults and children creative activities have a small fee to cover cost of materials

BOOKING FOR STALLS OPEN NOW!!!

If you are interested in having a stall at this event, please contact Kate Bruce at Kate.Bruce@ubele.org

Please note that 7th May is a Bank Holiday and the national Community Business Weekend (4th – 7th May 2018).

Community Business Weekend celebrates the 7000 community businesses in local hands across England. Visit Wolves Lane Community Market page on Community Business Weekend website.

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THE NEXT DATES FOR WOLVES LANE COMMUNITY MARKET:

We decided that the Wolves Lane Community Market will take place on the 2nd Sunday of each month (1pm -6pm) on the following dates:

  • Sunday 8th July 2018
  • Sunday 9th September 2018
  • Sunday 14th October 2018
  • Sunday 9th December 2018

Collaborating organisations in putting on the event are:

Crop Drop, Friends of Wolves Lane, Go Grow!, London Grown Workers Co-op, Wolves Lane Flower Co., The Ubele Initiative.

Yvonne Field