Appetite Market Place
at Walthamstow Garden Party
Sat 18 & Sun 19 July
Venue: Lloyd Park, E17
Appetite Market Place hours: 12pm – 5pm (hours tbc)
As part of a free weekend programme of music, theatre, dance, arts, crafts and food, Artillery has been invited to curate Escape to Artillery Island. The Artillery area will include E17 Art Trail art for sale, a bar, picnic lawn, children’s activities, lazy afternoon seating, storytelling themed entertainment, walkabout acts plus the local Appetite Festival food market.
The Appetite Market Place aims to give local food producers a platform within the Walthamstow Garden Party festival site and is complimentary to the Real Food Festival offer. In 2014 the festival attracted 34,000 visitors over the weekend. We have been provided with infra-structure to deliver the market place but are not funded. Stall booking fees will cover some of the production costs and small fees for performers who encourage audiences to spend time in the market place. Appetite Market Place is lovingly produced in partnership with Auntie Maureen.
The Walthamstow Garden Party is co-produced by Barbican, Create London and Waltham Forest Council. To offer other kinds of provision or stalls please contact them directly. See www.walthamstowgardenparty.com
To register your interest please complete the expression of Interest form for food traders wishing to trade on Escape to Artillery Island. All the fees and requirements to book are outlined in this form.
Booking enquiries email: email@example.com or call 07432 430386.
Growers – Please see below for details of the Culitvate Summer Produce Show!
Escape to Artillery Island to feast on storytelling and local produce at the Walthamstow Garden Party, 18 & 19 July 2015, Lloyd Park.
This year Artillery Island is a harbour for three Artillery projects:
The E17 Art Trail – our storytellers will captivate and transport you in sound and vision with tales born from and inspired by our town and people. firstname.lastname@example.org
Appetite Marketplace – challenging the convention that stories are spoken or written, local artisan food and drink producers invite you to taste their memoirs, adventures, fairy tales, chronicles and sequels in their hand crafted produce. To show your wares book a stall via this booking form or email for questions email@example.com
Cultivate: Waltham Forest Council’s Urban Food Growing Festival – The Summer Produce Show – resident growers are invited to bring the novel, the romance and the folklore of growing your own for this first edition of the Waltham Forest Summer Produce Show. Find out how to enter your prize winning produce and ingenious planters at www.cultivatewf.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org