On the Sunday of Green Days weekend, we reset the Green to make room for dozens of charity, local community and craft stalls. Like the stallholders in the Craft Fair marquees, they pay us a fee, which goes towards our Festival charities.
Some of this year's 25 stalls are listed below. Watch for updates.
Age Concern Chiswick is a local volunteer-run organisation providing companionship for older people in our community. Our Friendship Club on Oxford Road North is open every Monday and Thursday 10am-4pm: members can enjoy a hot drink and light lunch and activities such as bingo, keep fit and crafting. Outings include trips to the seaside and Kew Gardens. Membership is £7 per year. We seek friendly, capable volunteers to keep our club running. See more on our Facebook page or call 020 8742 7007.
Artists at Home
63 pop-up exhibitions await you across Chiswick, Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush. 77 artists will be delighted to welcome you to their houses, studios and flats, to view paintings, glass-making, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, photographs, textiles, and jewellery. Artists at home will have a stall at the festival this year to tell you more.
Crystal's Supper Club
Crystal Ahamefula's Supper Club brings Nigerian and West African cuisine to the Bedford Park Festival. Her menu includes; goat curry, Jollof rice and bean cake.
Seven stalls selling cheese, tartifflette, chorizo sandwiches, olives and olive oil, rose wine and champagne, saucissons and tablecloths
Home-Start is a local community network of trained volunteers and expert support helping families with young children through their challenging times. We are there for parents when they need us the most because childhood can’t wait.
Jasmine & Pink
From years of exploring the vibrant and colourful country of India, and inspired by its diverse communities and traditional crafts, we aim to showcase and design some of the most beautiful homeware and lifestyle pieces - with the focus on fair trade and sustainability. The main collection features cotton block print fabric pieces, but we also offer other handcrafted products to complement the collection. Each piece tells a story and brings a meaningful item to your home. See website.
Ethically-sourced, fairtrade gifts and homeware. Quality products offering, workmanship and style, without compromising on ethical production or value-for-money.
Move into Wellbeing®
A charitable organisation which provides bespoke dance and exercise classes for adult learners living with Parkinson's and other mobility restrictions. See website. Move Into Wellbeing® was conceived and founded by Donna Schoenherr in 2014. Donna, a former professional dancer, also founded Ballet4life.com® 14 years ago - see its website. Her father had Parkinson’s for 30 years and Move into Wellbeing® is dedicated to him and is a living legacy to his life, courage, and strength.
London Buddhist Vihara
Located just a few yards from St Michael & All Angels Church, the Vihara is the oldest Buddhist Temple outside Asia and has been offering spiritual guidance by Theraveda Monks from Sri Lanka since 1926. The Vihara offers various free evening classes on the Buddha’s teachings of the Middle Way to people of all levels of enquiry wishing to explore Buddhist philosophy and practices from Introductory classes for Beginners, several Advanced courses for those interested in Higher-Level understanding as well as regular instruction on Meditation and Mindfulness. On Sundays, there is a vibrant Children’s Dhamma School that welcomes people from all communities. Visit our stall to discover more and enjoy a complimentary cup of Ceylon Tea, cakes and other refreshments.
Our rustic baskets are all inspired or ethically made in Morocco by remote village women. All the personalisation is done in London. We champion sustainability and say no to plastic.
As well as baskets we also sell a variety of other items at our Etsy shop
Feel free to visit our Etsy shop before hand and order our personalised baskets and pick them up on Sunday the 9th.
10% of our profits go to an animal sanctuary in Morocco.
We are a very small charity. We buy the goods directly from the women - who use the money they raise to help pay for their children's education. We then sell the crafts in the UK and 100% of the money we raise goes back into the charity. There are no outgoings, for example to fund the travel of the Trustees to Uganda.
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A painter based in Lincolnshire. His work stems from a fascination with the visible world, and from an obsession with the activity of painting. He loves the feel and smell of the paint, and the magic of colours and shapes turning into an image which has never existed before.
RSPB & Chiswick Swift Project
How to help swifts: this iconic summer bird is now on the amber list of threatened species in the UK. Swifts are amazing summer visitors that start arriving in the first week of May to nest here and leave at the end of July. Swift nest boxes and nest bricks on display - leaflets to take away.
Children’s corner: cut out and colour your own paper swift to take home. Lovely little swift books for children.
RSPB Local Group activities: coach and train day trips to RSPB and non-RSPB nature reserves outside London, and monthly talks in London. Website More info from Catherine Day.
Sprigs Vietnamese Eatery
A menu that offers the fresh & beautiful balance of flavours from the Vietnamese Cuisine. With an intimate menu offering traditional food and drinks including hearty noodle bowls, salads, summer rolls and rice dishes, they are exclusively bringing their Bubble Tea drinks and Vietnamese Iced Coffee to the Green Days Festival.
A local performing arts school. Singing, dancing & acting classes for kids aged 4-18. Boost children's confidence. Join the fun today! Stagecoach also perform a medley of song and dance on the Green Days bandstand @ 12.45pm Sunday 9th June.
The British Cactus and Succulent Society
The principal objectives of the BCSS are to promote the study, conservation, propagation and cultivation of cacti and other succulent plants.
A community youth project for 11-19 year olds in West London. Over 300 young people are involved in its activities, including two league football teams, dance, fitness coacing, kick boxing and a traditional youth club.
The charity was born out of a tragic incident that happened to my son when nearly 10 years ago he was shot in the face by a group of young men with no boundaries, no work and no real hope. When you see your son’s life crumble and a previously confident person struggle so badly, it’s enough to motivate you to make changes in your community so that others don’t experience something similar to you.
Charity Number: 1141209
Natural Health Apothecary is a community hub for herbal medicine, nutrition and meditation. Our staff take a scientific approach to improve the health and wellbeing of every client. They combine years of accumulated knowledge with the latest research for an integrated approach that includes health consultations, bespoke herbal medicines and expert-led classes.