Both Mill Hill and Cricklewood town centres will get another taste of France when the ‘France at Home’ market from Normandy returns in May. The market will visit Mill Hill Broadway on 12-13 May and visit Cricklewood Lane on 14 May with a selection of delicious foods and quality gifts, fashion accessories and home wares on offer.
The market will be open from 9am to 5pm in Mill Hill on Friday and Saturday and from 10am to 4pm in Cricklewood on Sunday.
The market visits aim to increase dwell time and footfall while adding vibrancy to the high street.
The French Market visits are organised by Vibe Market, part of the neighbourhood and urban regeneration consultancy Udenson Caldbeck Associates.
Osita Udenson, managing director for Vibe Market, said: “We are excited to again bring the French Market to north London. As a visiting market, its specialist products will complement the existing offer in the town centre.”
For more information please contact:
07875 588 107
Udenson Caldbeck Associates are excited to be working with Wembley Futures again this year to deliver the Heart of Wembley Festival. The Festival will be held on 22 July and takes place in the town centre along Wembley High Road.
Now in its second year, the festival celebrates the communities in Wembley Central through music, dance and food. Live entertainment by both local and well-established performers is a fantastic draw. An exciting and diverse area, Wembley is an ideal venue for streetfood – such as African, Caribbean, Asian, and Eastern European cuisines plus sweet treats – as well as quality but affordable crafts and gifts. The Festival is an activity undertaken by Wembley Futures, one of 150 recipient groups across the UK to be awarded funding by The Big Local. A long-term innovative programme that aims to achieve lasting change, the Big Local provides a mixture of funding, finance and support.
Registration is now open for streetfood, crafts, and gift vendors. Please contact email@example.com for further information about registering for a stall. Applications are available here.
Vibe Market and Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum are pleased to open registration for the 2017 Mill Hill Summer Festival. Join us on 16-17 June on Mill Hill Broadway. We are looking for quality food, drink, designer-maker, crafts and fashion stalls.
For more information contact Osita Udenson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sara Borchard at email@example.com.
The application is available here.
We hope to see you on the Broadway!
On Friday 17 and Saturday 18 March, Mill Hill town centre will again get a real taste of Italy. The Mill Hill Italian Market has expanded, with food and fashion stalls from the returning ‘Italia in Piazza’ market alongside a selection of complementary Italian street food and accessories for an even more exciting market experience.
The Italian Market will open both days from 10am. It will be located outside Santander bank and extend up the Broadway towards Mill Hill Wines.
So many things can be associated with Italy – fast cars, sunshine, and football – but perhaps the biggest thing is food. Italy’s passion and love for food is second to none. Italia in Piazza sources the best fresh produce – from the roots of Calabria, famous for its chillies, to the port city of Genova, famous for its pesto. Most of the market’s cheeses come from Lombardy, as does the torrone, or soft nougat. Their olives come from a leading producer in Puglia, who uses traditional harvesting methods. The market’s specialty products also include pasta, cakes and biscuits, olive oil, cured meats, hot food and more.
The Italian Market is part of a calendar of visiting markets for Mill Hill, an initiative organised by Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum and Vibe Market. The markets aim to increase dwell time and footfall for the town centre, and add vibrancy to the high street.
Upcoming events in Mill Hill town centre include a much anticipated return visit by the French Market on 12-13 May and plans for a summer market on 16-17 June, coinciding with Civic Day on 17 June.
John Gillett, chair of Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum, said: “This is just one of the many initiatives we have for Mill Hill, to improve our Town Centre – do come along and also let us have your ideas for developing Mill Hill.”
Osita Udenson, managing director for Vibe Market, said: “We are excited to see the expanded Italian Market in Mill Hill in partnership with Italia in Piazza. As a visiting market, its specialist products will complement the existing offer on the High Street and bring a taste of the Mediterranean to London.”
Three hours of free parking are available on Saturdays and Sundays are free in the ‘pay by phone’ Bunns Lane car park. Most side streets are free to park from 12 noon.
For more information please contact:
Vibe Market and Events
07875 588 107
The Italian Market will be returning to Mill Hill town centre on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 March with a fantastic selection of delicious foods and accessories. The market will include authentic Italian products provided by the ‘Italia in Piazza’ market, such as cheeses from Lombardy, torrone (soft nougat), olives, pasta, cakes and biscuits, olive oil, cured meats, hot food, leather handbags and Italian scarves.
The market will be located outside Santander bank, and continue up towards Mill Hill Wines. The market will open from 11am both days.
For more information about booking a pitch, please contact Osita Udenson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sara Borchard at email@example.com. Quality street food and Italian accessories or fashion traders are welcome to get in touch.