22 Sep 2018: Past & Present Antique, Vintage & Craft Fair

Collectibles, antiques, vintage jewellery, buttons, clothes and other items, perfumes and handbags, household items, curios, homemade preserves, greeting cards and lots more. In 2 halls, lots of stalls, great friendly atmosphere. Come and find a unique item or gift.

A good place to pop in for a coffee, have a drink or lunch with a friend and find a great bargain too! Hot and cold refreshments available (homemade).10 am to 4.30 pm. Admission £1.

Past & Present Antique, Vintage & Craft Fairs

Christchurch Hall, Wanstead Place, E11 2SW
10am - 4:30pm

Local underground stations: Wanstead or Snaresbrook on the Central Line.
Email: events2visit@gmail.com

Saturday 17 February 2018
Saturday 14 April 2018
Saturday 16 June 2018
Saturday 22 September 2018
Saturday 17 November 2018
Saturday 15 December 2018 - Christmas Fair

24 Jul 2018 - Coffee Morning - London National Park City

Coffee Morning
and a talk on
London National Park City
Tuesday 24th July 2018
Hosted by Barkingside 21

with our guest speaker
Andrew Boff
London Wide Assembly Member at City Hall

In the Hainault Room
Fullwell Cross Library
09:45 for 10:00am - 11:45am

These events are free and are open to anyone and everyone. We do tea and biscuits too and it’s all Fairtrade

For further details e-mail Barkingside21@btinternet.com

20 Jul 2018: Workshop - Kitchen Herbal Remedies

Workshop: Learn to make simple kitchen herbal remedies
Friday 20 July, 11am to 1.30pm
Forest Farm Peace Garden
Hazelbrouck Gardens, Hainault, IG6 2XL

Learn how to make your own home remedy from the medicinal plants growing all around us, with Melissa Ronaldson, Medical Herbalist. You will learn how to extract plant chemicals into honey or cider vinegar and adapt recipes for your own use. This is a free event. Please register to attend by emailing: info@forestfarmpeacegarden.org

18 Jul 2018: Festival in the Park

Redbridge is hosting the first international disability awareness day festival in London. We are inviting you to be part of this exciting event which will reach out to thousands of people across the borough and beyond.

The festival provides people with a disability and mental ill-health the opportunity to be involved in an activity that most people take for granted, as well as the chance to enjoy a feel good community event which can help improve their sense of wellbeing.

The festival has three main aims:
  • To highlight what statutory, private or voluntary services are available to enable disabled people to stay independent.
  • To promote equipment and aids that could maintain or improve independence, not just what is offered by statutory service providers, we want everyone to see the best and/or latest designs
  • To provide an opportunity to showcase what people with a disability can do, in the field of Sport, Arts and Entertainment