Monthly Archives: November 2010

Pound a bowl!

Film about Walthamstow Market from 2007, made by Stinton Films. Thinking of all the market traders out there in the cold today!

Consultation on Waltham Forest council spending closing soon

Consultation on Waltham Forest council spending closing soon

Got a view on council spending? The consultation closes this Friday, 3 December. Click above to have your say.

Craft Guerrilla at William Morris Gallery on 4-5 December

Craft Guerrilla are hosting a “Weekend Christmas Craft Emporium” next weekend at the William Morris Gallery on Forest Road, and it’s free!

They say:

It’s the kind of event that will have ladies fainting and gentlemen swooning for all things hand made!!!

Full details can be found here. Looks a good opportunity to get into the festive spirit in one of Walthamstow’s best museums!

East London Brass play Walthamstow and Leytonstone

East London Brass play Walthamstow and Leytonstone

East London Brass have got a couple of winter performances coming up. Check the link for more details of when and where.

He can’t believe his luck, ‘cos he’s in Walthamstow.

He can’t believe his luck, ‘cos he’s in Walthamstow.
The Bromhead Jacket, “Poppy Bird”.

Northern soul in Walthamstow tonight

Tonight The Cavern on Forest Road hosts Walls of Heartache playing Northern Soul and Motown. Here’s the blurb:

Walls of Heartache is back for more simple Northern and Motown fun, with guest DJ Paul Franklin joining Dave and Richard behind the decks for a Charity Night with proceeds going to the leading national mental health membership charity ‘Rethink’

£5.00 entry on the door, £4.00 members

The Cavern, Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 – 9.00pm to 2.00am

Proceeds go to the mental health charity Rethink. Looks like being a good night so get your dancing shoes on, head down and throw some shapes.

Get more information here.

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