“REPAIR MY HOME” – DEALING WITH COUNCIL REPAIRS FORMS PART OF FILM SHOW / MORE THAN 12,500 PEOPLE SIGN CINEMA MUSEUM PETITION – PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONDAY / LIBRARY NOW HAS LATE CLOSING ON THURSDAYS / 2018 DATES FOR OVERGROUND FESTIVAL  / FOOD MARKET

“REPAIR MY HOME” – DEALING WITH COUNCIL REPAIRS FORMS PART OF FILM SHOW

Two films dealing with losing your home are being shown as part of the Crystal Palace International Film Festival tomorrow (Saturday).

‘Uprooted’ (2pm and 4pm) and ‘Dispossession’ (6pm)are being shown at Christ church Highland Road SE19. Dispossession will be foillowed by a Q and A session.

At 2.30pm there will be an update on Central Hill.

From 2 to 5pm people are being invited to bring details of any repairs they have so organisers can take them to Lambeth council.

MORE THAN 12,500 PEOPLE SIGN CINEMA MUSEUM PETITION – PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONDAY

Almost 12,500 people have now signed the petition to save the Cinema Museum (12,491 as of just after 7.30pm tonight))
 
Save The Cinema Museum Campaign Meeting Monday October 30th @ 7:00pm

We need your help. Please come along to this meeting to share your ideas and formulate a plan to save the Museum. The meeting will be chaired by Jon Davies. If you have any questions or points that you would like answered or discussed at the meeting, you can email them to Jon, and he will ensure that they are addressed.

Refreshments will be available.Obviously this is a free event, but in order to manage the room capacity, could you please order a ticket via the Eventbrite website. Thank you.

Venue: The Cinema Museum, Dugard Way, London SE11 4TH

LIBRARY NOW HAS LATE CLOSING ON THURSDAYS

Upper Norwood library now stays open until 8pm on Thursdays. Please spread the word.

2018 DATES FOR OVERGROUND FESTIVAL

DRUM ROLL!! Dates for the 2018 Crystal Palace Overground Festival……..are 11-17 June 2018! Our FREE event in Crystal Palace Park will be on Saturday 16 June 2018 and we are already planning and fundraising to make the festival even bigger and better for y’all!! Mark it in your diaries, tell your friends and family, and don’t book any holidays for then – you will sooooo want to be in town!! (Source: Overground Festival)

FOOD MARKET

This is the final week for the Patchwork Farm stall until next March (apart from a Christmas special on the 9th of December.)  The stall is entirely run by volunteers and offers gluts from local gardens, community gardens and allotments that would otherwise go to waste, all at a price set by the buyer.  The money raised funds our community gardens, including the new bee hive at St Johns.  A big thank you to Marina Pacheco for managing the stall, to all the volunteers, especially Sue Ayers and Julia Sainsbury, and to everyone who kindly donated produce, without whom the stall would be redundant.  Like the market, Patchwork Farm is a Crystal Palace Transition Town project.  Find out more here.  

Halloween – Bitsy Bobs – Halloween bits and bobs & rubber stamps (including skeletons).  Find her next to Palace Makers. Facepainting with Jacqueline.  Find her near the walkway.

Breakfast/Lunch – Meru Galettes  Made by Gabriel & Michelle. Find them in the courtyard.

Breakfast/Lunch & smoked goodies – London Smoke and Cure “We’re really excited to be bringing the hot food stall back. We’re prepped and set to bring you possibly London’s best ever bacon sandwich. Handmade, organic bacon, made fresh and served with a bit of red and brown sauce. What more is there?  We’re also bringing back our great cheese range that has been going so well. We’ve got a new and improved smoked Morbier, a beautiful cave-aged cheddar that’s very affordable and that amazing Lincolnshire Poacher was seen to make people cry with happiness. And that’s just for starters. Smoked salmon’s back too.   See you down there x  For orders/parties from this Crystal Palace smokery call Ross on 07837 838 241.

NEW Lunch – Chilli Brothers The Schnitzel: Lightly crumbed chicken fillet served with our very own artisan chilli sauce & condiments (see above) . Great British: Schnitzel served with bacon, hispi cabbage, sauteed onion, topped with melted cheese & redcurrant relish.   Swiss: Schnitzel served with raclette cheese, mushrooms, pickles, sauteed onion & Swiss condiments. Tropical: Schnitzel served with bacon, pineapple, cheese & our own Scotch mist bonnet sauce. Thai: Schnitzel served with fried onion, spicy peanut sauce, rocket & coriander.  Don’t worry, they will have their amazing coconut and chilli sauces for sale too (see above).

Lunch & deli – Comfort & Joy Hot tasty wraps, salads and those famous (enormous) scotch eggs plus takeaways – curries, lasagne and more.

Cheese & Charcuterie – Capo Caccio, prize winning Antonio says, “Hola! We’re looking forward to our return!! We’ll bring our ash ash salami, fresh caciotta made with sheep’s milk, red wine salami, blue cheese from north Sardinia, organic black pepper Pecorino and guanciale, pancetta e Lardo :).”  Find Antonio next to Meru Galettes.

Natural wines – Wine Scouts “On Saturday, I’ll open a rich, warming red from Sardinia – Sa Mola Alberto Loiis made from Cannonau (Grenache) and is ruby red tending towards garnet with an intense, slightly ethereal, rich, fragrant, floral bouquet reminiscent of mature plums, blackberries, wild berries and old rose and suggestions of aromatic wood and spices. Oh and I will also open a natural sake from a great producer in Chiba, north from Tokyo. Fresh from my last trip to Japan. Come taste!”

Olive oil – Apulia Giovanni brings us olive oil, pasta, and vegetables preserved in olive oil, from the southern district of Italy.

Cakes – Brett & Bailey  This Saturday you’ll find us back in our usual sweet spot. We’re bringing bomboloni filled with pistachio cream; there’ll be the return of our baked pear and maple cheesecake; and – as a treat for my fellow northerners in exile – sticky, spicy, homemade parkin. We’ll also have matcha cherry cake, chocolate Guinness cake, double carrot cake, apple and salted caramel cake, ginger and caramelised orange cake, and plenty of peanut butter bars.  Plus! cardamom knots, sticky buns, squidgy Fairtrade dark chocolate brownies, triple chocolate cookies, and our full range of handmade preserves. And, as it’s almost Halloween, we’ll have pumpkin pecan pie and a stash of toffee apples too.  Need to order a whole cake? We’ve just updated the Brett & Bailey online shop so you can now choose to collect your cake directly from our stall, free of charge. Go and have a look at all the sweet stuff in stock.   See you soon!

Preserves – Creative Allsorts Christine says,  “Three big treats this week: 1) Handmade organic raw apple cider vinegar featuring local apples in 250ml bottles. Each bottle has a piece of the mother culture in the vinegar.
2) Water kefir kits consisting of a 250ml bottle of refreshing light prune flavoured kefir water, a little jar of water kefir grains and a recipe for you to use to make your own. So good for you!
3) 300ml pots of chilled homemade roast tomato and garlic soup with a mini sourdough loaf. Take it home to heat up for a quick, nutritious meal after the market or a night out.
What happened to the preserves? I hear you say. They’ll all be there as well! There’s a new pear and date chutney, new batches of clementine marmalade and strawberry red wine jam, plus all your usual favourites.  See you Saturday!”

Honey – Percy from Thornton Heath “If you’re from south London – you need this in your life and if you’re from further afield, you’re gonna love it too. Made from predominately chestnut, lime and wild flowers: this honey has a soft, butterscotch texture, a sweet and refined taste full of character and a unique aroma that takes you straight into the beehive. It’s essential that honey remains in its natural state, both for taste and for health reasons. Therefore you can rest assured that anything with a P. Honey label on it is as pure as can bee… meaning that it’s only once filtered, never heated, never blended and just how the bees like it themselves.” Check out this article about Percy.

Meat – Gill Wing Farm Sustainably farmed fresh meat. Andrew says, “We have all the normal cuts, with a Halloween special of pork pumpkin and nutmeg sausages.  See you on Saturday.” Please text/ring Andrew on 07920 850653 to place any orders.

Seasonal vegetables, salad, herbs & fruit – Brambletye Fruit Farm, Brockmans& Wild Country Organics.

Raw milk, butter & other dairy – Hook & Son Organic raw milk and dairy, from farmer Steve’s closed herd on the Pevensey Levels.  They’ve just been featured on Channel 4, “A Year on the Farm” – check it out here.  NEW on the stall is Labneh – middle eastern inspired yoghurt – find it alongside their divine ghee.

Fish – Veasey’s  “Hello all!  Nick & Paul will have another lovely full stall for you tomorrow as we’ve had pretty good weather all week and landed a lot of Sussex bass, plaice, gurnard & cod today! Expect to see piles of that on the slab in the morning.

We’ll also have lots of our own fresh filleted cod and freshly cold smoked cod & haddock as smoked haddock & poached eggs this time of year is the perfect breakfast! Or make a lovely kedgeree with either the cold smoked haddock or for a richer version use our own Hot Smoked Salmon. Recipe for a good Kedgeree: HERE  See you all tomorrow x. ”  Place your pre-orders with us either by email on info@veaseyandsons.co.uk or by phone on 01342 822906.

Storecupboard refills – The Store Cupboard  We now take card payments!  No minimum amount.  Thoughtfully sourced – buy by weight – refills –  no waste.  Teas – grains – herbs – spices – rice – dried fruits – nuts – olive oil – vinegar – and munch munch more.

Bread & patisserie –  Claude’s Boulangerie and Patisserie Bread & pastries and brownies, all made in SE London.  Come and see Orlo or Kuba on the stall.

Shawls and Jewelery – Anoushka

Proper candles made in SE19 – Coco & Ginger  Gratitude – Provocative – Captivate + many more

Signs – Reclaimed Republic Made in Croydon from reclaimed materials.

Eco products & upcycled lamps – Roots & Cycles   ECO cleaning product refills from SESI (see above), reusable bamboo cups, kitchen and bathroom essentials without the non recyclable packaging and all the Eco credentials. Toilet and kitchen paper with compostable outer and recycled inner, soft on your tush and on the environment.  And NEW refillable toothpaste with plastic free toothbushes to match.”

Collectables market – our neighbour market Haynes Lane Market, a treasure trove of collectables.  Click here for a little peek inside.

Local growing project – Patchwork Farm (a Crystal Palace Transition Town project), selling locally grown food from our community gardens & gluts.  Last week this week.

Cafe – our friends at Antenna Cafe

Crystal Palace Transition Town

The Foodbank – collection point at the market every week. They are running low on: loo roll, tinned meats, tinned veg.  Thanks in advance. More details at https://norwoodbrixton.foodbank.org.uk/  Latest delivery 25.5kg. Total donated so far 1558.6kg.

News From Crystal Palace – we love this local news page from our friend, journalist Jerry Green.

Save Central Hill Community – support our neighbours & find out more about the proposed demolition of the estate, and how it would everyone in the area.

Our neighbours – Antenna Studios  Music, dance, performances, practice, recording & more. Also loads of great classes and the best coffee in the Palace.

CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET bottom of Haynes Lane / top of Bedwardine Road. Saturdays 10 am to 3 pm.

Now on two sites – the normal Antenna car park site and also in the Haynes Lane market courtyard.

“Meat, vegetables, fruit, eggs, honey, bread, cakes, salads, hot foods, the Cafe Thing, coffee, tea, pastries, cheese, dairy and munch munch more.”

West Norwood Food bank collection: every week at the market.  Their shopping list  – which changes every so often. – can be found at
http://norwoodbrixton.foodbank.org.uk  

 
(The following / above is copied from an email; which mentions various links – for full links please go to the market website – Thanks)
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