SATURDAY MAY 18th
CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET 10 am to 3pm.
MEAT • VEGETABLES • FRUIT • EGGS • HONEY • BREAD • CAKES • SALADS • HOT FOODS • THE CAFE THING • COFFEE • TEA • PASTRIES • CHEESE • DAIRY and munch munch more.
Don’t miss Rachel de Thample’s recipe suggestions using produce from the stalls.
Come and try out the Ty Jannick stall with their delicious crepes and gallettes and meet our local resident Demi, of Demi Patisserie, the grandson of a famous Catalan cake maker, with his fantastic range of cakes and chocolates. We invite you to try the amazing sauces of Mad Ass Chillies, maybe on one of their delicious veggie burgers. We’ve also got lots on the Patchwork Farm stall – grown or made in Crystal Palace – and all the lovely regulars. Jacob’s Ladder Farms are dropping their minced organic beef price to £8.00/kg this week – so don’t miss out – that is a bargain!
Patchwork Farm stall
Herbs – mint, thyme, rosemary, chives, bay, sage
Salads – pea shoots and mixed leaves
Seedlings – broad bean, tomato, borlotti bean, courgette, sweet pea
Palace Preserves – locally made jams/chutneys/honey
Jacob’s Ladder Farms beef, lamb, pork, chickens
Perry Court vegetables, fruit, yoghurt, fruit juices, eggs
Brambletye Fruit (seasonal), apple juice, eggs, mushrooms
Bread Bread Oven baked bread including Brockwell Bake loaves
Mootown Range of delicious cheeses, quince and Welsh cakes
Prepared Food Stalls
Ty Janick – Traditional crepes & gallettes NEW – this week only
Demi Patisserie Catalan styles cakes & chocolate NEW
Mad Ass Chili British chili sauces & delicious Veggie Burgers NEW
Comfort and Joy Ghanaian treats with a twist
Owl Kitchen Gluten free goodies
Jacob Ladder Burgers cooked on site in Brockwell Bake buns
(Bottom of Haynes Lane off Westow Street – and the Haynes Lane second hand and collectables market will also be opening at 10 am)
TIM’S TOURS: A second tour of Crystal Palace park led by Tim Bellenger of the Crystal Palace park community stakeholder group.
“After the success of his first tour, Tim Bellenger is conducting another walk around our great local park. It will start at Crystal Palace Station outside the Brown and Green Cafe at 10.30 am and will take about 90 minutes finishing back at the cafe (for lunch).
Tim said “I would also like to encourage others to come who might be interested in volunteering to lead such walks on a regular basis”.
“A nice way of finding out more about the history of the park and sharing your knowledge too” say the group.
SATURDAY 18th and SUNDAY 19th
Artists’ Open House 2013 Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th May 11 am – 6pm. Now in its ninth year. www.dulwichfestival.co.uk/content/artists-open-house-3
SUNDAY MAY 19th
SAVE THE SPHINXES……AND MORE
Following on from the hugely successful ‘Save the Sphinxes’, this project will look to stabilise this small part of the terraces. “We’ll be cutting back the ivy, buddleia and trees as much as possible to stop further damage taking place.
“Unfortunately, the site is not suitable for children. The clearance will take at least three sessions. Please bring suitable shoes and clothing and bring tools, perhaps some sarnies too. Be a worker, not a lurker and have some fun & meet new people too. 11.30am – 2.30pm. Meet at Crystal Palace museum
“Lots to do and volunteering is fun; it also helps generate financial investment from funding bodies. Volunteer involvement on the ‘Save the Sphinxes’ Project was crucial and resulted in English Heritage approving a very substantial grant to conduct condition surveys and establish the works needed for the conservation of the six remaining Crystal Palace Sphinxes and the South Wing steps, which is great news. We hope this will lead to funding for conservation works to start later this year.
SUNDAY MAY 19th
NATIONAL GARDENS SCHEME OPEN DAY
Stoney Hill House, Rock Hill, London, London, SE26 6SW
Garden and woodland of approx one acre providing a secluded green oasis in the city. Paths meander through a woodland of mature rhododendron, oak, yew and holly trees, offset by pieces of contemporary sculpture. The planting in the top part of the garden is fluid and informal. 2pm to 6pm