November 30, 2016
Leytonstone Christmas Market Trail

The Christmas Market Trail

A day of local Christmas markets in the heart of Leytonstone set up to support the High Street and local designers and traders.

Set over three locations. Stones Throw Market in St John’s Hall, Church Lane Market on Church Lane and Lister Road Market on Lister Road. Each market is offering something different from Father Christmas and international food at Lister Road; handcrafted items and homemade treats on Church Lane plus local designs and retro wares at Stones Throw.

The day will be topped off with carol singers and a lantern walk from Lister Road to St John’s church.

A great community event giving locals the chance to buy something interesting for Christmas or simply to pop by for a bite to eat and a cup of tea. Entry to each market is free.

5-Dec-15 11-5pm stonesthrowmarket@yahoo.co.uk

Leytonstone Christmas Market Trail 2016

Four local markets are joining forces on Saturday 3rd December to provide a bumper day of Christmas shopping and entertainment for Leytonstone residents.

The Christmas Market Trail will run throughout Leytonstone town centre between 11am-4pm. There will be over 70 craft, vintage and food stalls, plus church tower tours, Santa’s Grotto and children’s craft activities, festive food and drink and a great atmosphere.

Venues include St John’s Church, Leytonstone Library Hall, Leytonstone Methodist Church in Lister Road and the pedestrian area near the Matalan store.  The largest venue, Leytonstone Methodist Church, still has some vacancies for craft stalls – email forestcircuit.london@gmail.com to apply.

Look out for posters, leaflets and banners around Leytonstone, and follow the Facebook event ‘Leytonstone Christmas Market Trail’ for more updates.

Market organisers and hosts: (L-R) Esme Bradbury and Liz Dawson (Leyton&Stone Designers), the Rev Femi Cole-Njie (Leytonstone Methodist Church), the Rev David Britton (St John’s Church), Lucy Bull (Stone’s Throw Market).

FURTHER INFORMATION:

Liz Dawson – Leyton&Stone Designers    07970 730463  admin@leytonandstonedesigners.co.uk

Esme Bradbury – Leyton&Stone Designers  07903 938943  admin@leytonandstonedesigners.co.uk

NOTES:

  1. Leyton&Stone Designers is a group of local designer/makers, formed in 2015. Monthly markets at the Northcote pub E11 and in Church Lane, Leytonstone. More information at www.leytonandstonedesigners.co.uk or Twitter @LnSDesigners
  2. The Stone’s Throw Market holds regular craft/vintage events in St John’s Church, Leytonstone. Twitter @StonesThrowE11
  3. The first Christmas Market Trail in Leytonstone was held in 2015.

What’s happening at the Luna Lounge

December looks jammed packed with no less than 30 listings on the events calendar. We will certainly be popping in a few times next month.

A Northern Soul night, The Geoff Garbow Band, Sunday afternoon jazz with Jackie Pert and an 80’s night with music from the 70th through to the 00’s amongst a few we have our eye on.

Take a look on their events calendar http://www.lunalounge.info/events-calendar/

Davies Lane Primary School Christmas Extravaganza

Davies Lane, E11 3DR, Saturday 3rd Dec, 12 – 4pm

A fantastic fun filled afternoon organised by the Friends of Davies Lane PTA which will include delicious hot food and refreshments, homemade bake sale,raffles with fantastic prizes including a top prize of an iPad sponsored by Trading Places, games, arts and crafts, face paint, tattoos, henna, candy floss, popcorn and Santa’s Grotto!

Come along and enjoy the afternoon as there will be something for everyone.

If you would like further details or would like to support, you can contact us ….

Email : Friends of davieslane@hotmail.com

Facebook : friends of Davies lane PTA

Closet Vinyl down at the Northcote

Happening at the Northcote Arms, Grove Green Road – You are the DJ, bring your own vinyl and take over the decks. We decided to try this out for ourselves at the start of November and we had a great night.

The organisers supply the decks, you bring your vinyl, or just come along for the music and few drinks.

These free events take you on a magical musical journey where you become the DJ. They’ll show you how to use the decks and you’ll be rocking the party on your own in no time. You’ll be wondering why you’ve never DJ’ed before.

It’s a brilliant night out, in a friendly environment and you’re guaranteed to hear some amazing tunes you haven’t heard in ages.

Next date Saturday 3rd December – for more details visit www.closetvinyl.com

No Bellies football training at Leyton Orient

Are you a man aged 35-65 years old? Is your trouser waist size at least 38 inches? Do you want to lose weight, have a healthier lifestyle and ultimately be fitter?

Our 12 week Football Fans in Training programme can help you do this for free. You’ll get a behind the scenes look at your club, be trained by selected club coaches, have a nosy at the trophy cabinet and have the chance to talk tactics in the dressing room. Who knows, maybe you’ll even bump into a player or two. So what are you waiting for?

Sign up online. Contact phillip.smith@leytonorienttrust.org.uk  /  020 8556 5973

Organic Fruit and Veg market stall from Organiclea

The Market Stalls sell seasonal organic and ultra-local sustainably grown fruit and vegetables, plus homemade bread, jams and preserves.

They are buzzing community spaces, where buying fresh produce is an enjoyable activity and where information about food can be freely shared.

Organiclea fruit and veg stalls in Walthamstow and Leytonstone will be selling plants on top of our usual range of organic, seasonal, ultra local veg (including surplus produce grown by local allotment holders). Come and buy seedlings to start the growing season, including heritage tomatoes, companion flowers and fruit bushes.

Our stalls are:-

High Road Leytonstone, nestled between Matalan & St Johns Church, in partnership with Transition Leytonstone, 10.30am-3pm

Outside the Hornbeam Cafe, Hoe Street, Walthamstow, E17, 10am – 3pm

You can also visit their website https://www.organiclea.org.uk/


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