Post Tagged with: "Cafe"

11Feb
2012

Relaunch of Wood Street Indoor Market

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Today saw the relaunch of Wood Street Indoor Market. Although a lot of the existing tenants are still there, sixteen new units have opened up, and the first day of business was today. There was plenty of activity and interest in the new venture.

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24Oct
2011

Craft Guerrilla Q&A with Debbie Bliss

Craft Guerrilla have organised an event slightly different to the fare usually featured on Stow Scene. They are running a talk and Q&A session with Debbie Bliss in the Deli on Orford Road on Thursday 3 November.

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3Sep
2011

E17 Art Trail

The E17 Art Trail, one of the biggest cultural events in Walthamstow’s calendar, has kicked off! The E17 Art Trail runs until Sunday 11 September and Walthamstow Scene are delighted to be one of this year’s sponsors.

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1Jul
2011

Reading is cool: Book groups in E17

There are a few local book groups which have come to our attention recently and, as reading books is awesome, we thought we’d tell you about the ones we know about.

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26Jun
2011

Songs of Freedom at Hornbeam

The Hornbeam Cafe is hosting a night of poetry and political songs on Saturday 16 July. The ‘Songs of Freedom’ event features a variety of bands and is a fundraising event for Earth Activist Training.

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1Jun
2011

Interview with Rachel Grasby, Hornbeam Cafe

The Hornbeam community cafe at 458 Hoe St is something of a hidden gem on the Walthamstow scene. Not only is it a delicious organic cafe, it is also host to a range of events including a book club, music and poetry nights, and regular BBQs. Rachel Grasby is the cafe/event organiser at Hornbeam, so we thought we’d have a chat with her about all things E17.

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13May
2011

Being a new mum in E17, by Liz Burtally

E17er Liz Burtally blogs about her experiences of being a new mum in Walthamstow, and gives some tips for classes, clubs and cafes which are parent-friendly.

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7May
2011

Craft Month May 2011

May 2011 is Craft Month at Creative Biscuit cafe in South Woodford. The month is being run in conjunction with the Walthamstow-based Craft Guerrilla, and features a series of events at the cafe.

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16Apr
2011

A trip to Le Delice and Mondragone

The opening of Le Delice and the re-opening of Mondragone in the Village have been causing quite a stir around E17 of late. So, in the name of research, I decided to visit both of them and see what all the fuss was about.

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12Apr
2011

Le Delice opens as new cafe

Le Delice on Hoe Street has opened as a new cafe after a long period of closure. The opening has been anticipated for quite a while, and the cafe was finally open on Monday 11 April.

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