We are pleased to announce that from 5th of April a new weekly market will be running in Mill Hill Town Square. The ‘In the Square’ market will be open on Friday, Saturdays, and Sundays with a selection of Mill Hill’s favourite market stalls plus fabulous new additions.
The first ‘In the Square’ market will welcome back African food stall African Rose, Portuguese and Brazilian delicacies, marmalades, tinned fish and gluten free treats from Silmar’s Taste, and fresh, authentic falafel from new stallholder Fresh Falafel and Salad Bar, plus others to be announced. The market will be open from 11am on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, perfect for lunch, tea-time, or a take away to bring home and enjoy.
On Friday 30 November and Saturday 1 December Mill Hill will kick off the festive season with the Christmas Market and Lights Switch On. The Lights will be switched on in Mill Hill Town Square at 5pm on Friday 30 November.
The theme of this year’s event is a ‘50s Christmas Party’ with performances by chic vintage trio the London Belles and more live entertainment before and after the Switch On in Mill Hill Town Square. With a great programme of live entertainment by local musicians and performing arts groups on Saturday 1 December, it promises to be a fun-filled two days on the Broadway.
The market will include delicious street food, cakes, artisan foods and drinks, a mobile bar, plus jewellery, crafts and other gorgeous gifts. Don’t miss returning favourites as well as new traders such as fun and fizzy bath bombs from Ella Boo’s Bath Bombs, treats from Crumbs Up bakery, fashion and accessories from Koree’s Closet, illustrated prints and craft items from Jazwork and more. A number of Mill Hill local enterprises will be taking part.
The market will be open from 12-6pm each day and will be located outside Santander bank, continuing up to Mill Hill Wines, with additional stalls in the new Town Square. Mill Hill is the place to start your Christmas shopping!
The “France at Home” market from Normandy will be visiting Mill Hill Broadway and Cricklewood Lane this weekend with a selection of delicious foods and quality gifts, fashion accessories and home wares.
In Mill Hill the market will be visiting the Broadway on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 November from 9am to 5pm.
In Cricklewood, the market will be visiting on Sunday 4 November from 10am to 4pm. The market will be located by B&Q on Cricklewood Lane.
The market is a great chance to stock up on provisions for the holiday period, and enjoy a true taste of France in northwest London.
For more information please contact Osita Udenson on 07875 588 107 or at email@example.com.
The Saturdays in the Square food and drink market will return to Mill Hill town square on 13 October with a selection of artisan food, street food, sweet treats and more.
Join us from 11am-4pm for lunch, tea, or to pick up goodies for home.
Stalls will include Portuguese sweet and savoury food from Silmar’s Taste.
Nigerian street food from African Rose Catering.
Pizza from Mangiamo UK.
Home-made jams with flavourful twists from the Gorgeous Jam Collection.
Sourdough bread from Levain Bakery.
On Friday 21 and Saturday 22 September, Mill Hill town centre will be hosting the Autumn Market. The market is the perfect place to stop for a bite to eat from one of the many tempting food stalls and a browse among the many quality stalls while shopping on the Broadway. The market will be held between Santander and Mill Hill Wines from 11am- 6pm both days.
The market offers a great opportunity to take a tasting tour around the world with a selection of international cuisines, including Nigerian, Indian, Italian, Moroccan, Portuguese and Brazilian food, plus fudge, bread and a bar in the Town Square. Don’t miss the gorgeous hues of hand-made jewellery and craft items, chic fashion, and health and well-being products on offer from the market stalls. Stop by the Mill Historical Society stall for a friendly chat, and find out more about what’s going on in your community.
The Mill Hill Autumn Market is part of the programme of events known as Mill Hill Markets, 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. The theme of this year’s events on the Broadway is ‘Meet Your Neighbours’ – something the community can certainly enjoy after the summer holidays. The Laboratory Spa and Health Club has kindly helped to sponsor the market.
The calendar for the remainder of 2018 includes the return of the French Market on 2-3 November and the Christmas Lights Switch On and Festive Market on 30 November – 1 December, as well as the new Saturdays in the Square food and drink market in Mill Hill Town Square on 13 October.
For more information about booking a stall please contact us:
Sara – 07971254266
Osita – 07875 588 107
A rare opportunity has arisen! Vibe Market has been invited by European Rugby Champions, Saracens, to be a part of a Summer Gathering event to celebrate the success of last season, look forward to the 2018/19 season and unveil next season’s kit on Sunday 12 August 2018, 12-3pm at their grounds in Allianz Park, Mill Hill. Last year’s event attracted more than 3000 fans and they are upping the ante this year.
We are inviting, farmers, artisan food bakers/makers; craft and designer makers to be a part of this exciting day at Allianz Park. Spaces are limited and we will be applying a first come first-served policy based on receiving a full payment and submission of relevant documents. More information about the event is available here:
Please contact Sara or Osita for more information or to request an application.
Sara – 07971 254 266/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Osita – 07975 588 107/ email@example.com
Mill Hill is the place to be this Friday and Saturday 29-30 June! Join us in the Broadway and recently completed Town Square for two days of great music, plus TC’s Bar and Freewheelin’ Pizza, and lots of fantastic food, gift and craft stalls on Mill Hill Broadway!
Come and taste the flavours of cooking from around the world at this year’s Heart of Wembley Festival, with vendors offering authentic Nigerian, Caribbean, and Hungarian street food as well as a range of both sweet and savoury treats from Portugal, artisan brownies, and delicious cakes. Don’t forget a refreshing drink of fresh coconut as well. The festival will also have gorgeous hand-made jewellery from Hanson Boutique and Mythical Jewellery. Stop by the Forever Living stall for a selection of aloe-based health and well-being products, and have a chat with Herbalife about nutrition. Children will love the balloons, with plenty of characters to choose from!
The Heart of Wembley Festival will be located on St Johns Road, off Wembley High Road by Primark from 1-6pm on 7th of July. For more information please contact Osita Udenson on 0787 5588 107 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for a fun-filled day out in Wembley town centre, with a wonderful variety of talented performers on stage!
Let Drum Beat are a unique all-female band using a wide range of Afro-Brazilian percussions to create their unique, fusion-powered style. Passing through vocal harmonies, they sing in Portuguese, Tupi-Guarani, French and Mina. Let Drum Beat are based in London but establish a connection to their homelands – Brazil, Benin, Scotland – which makes their music a true voyage of discovery through their roots.
Singer songwriter Andreas S Jensen performs live with guitar player Peter Nielsen, playing songs from last years ‘Disturbed’ album and showcasing new material to be released in the fall. The sound is more acoustic, organic, and rootsy than the debut album. -A sound that leaves space for Andreas’ heartfelt lyrics.
The London Belles are London’s premier vintage singing trio! Putting the chic into your favourite antique classic songs and a unique post-modern twist on contemporary pop hits.
Dhol2Dhol is a school made up of experienced Dhol Players which solely focuses on providing top musical tuition for its students. The school provides a unique skill in learning the Dhol and how rhythm works through reading, writing, counting.
London African Drumming performs traditional West African music and dance from Ghana. Vibrant, experience of authentic cultural and joyful mix of rhythms and songs.
The members of Inspired4Justice all have in common a passion for the arts and community. Most of the dancers specialise in freestyle dance styles. Many of the dancers regularly train and the Yellow Pavilion Community Centre in Wembley Park on a Wednesday night. If you are interested in learning more please speak to one of the dancers.
Sanket Pipalia has been practising the art of magic for more than two decades. He has provided entertainment for corporate events, weddings, birthday parties and social gatherings.
Cuban Vibes is a collective of dance teachers and performers who promote Cuban Salsa and Afro Cuban dance in Brent and neighbouring boroughs.
Foram Dance Academy uses dance as a means of self expression, helping others discover their free spirit. Foram’s journey into dance began when she was a mere teenager, exploring the free-flowing Folk dance of Gujarat – Garba. She now brings her expertise to London at the Brent Indian Association, exploring with the participants different styles like Western dance forms, Indian Folk Dance, and Garba.
360 Arts is an exciting part time performing arts school for children from 2-16+, featuring classes in dancing, acting, singing and more.
British Gurkha Nepalese Association will be performing Chudka Dance, a typical folk tribal dance. It is performed by Gurung (tribe) girls in traditional dresses while men sing along the tambourine during Nepalese festival Vaishakha Purnima which is a Hindu festival celebrated on a full-moon day in April. This day is also cerebrated as birth anniversary of the Lord Budhha, and also celebrated as the harbinger of good and balmy spring weather.
Five Pillars Taekwon-Do will be offering a fantastic martial arts display. Taekwon-Do is the most practised martial art world wide, quickly developing rapid reactionary skills, self-defence, anti-bullying, fitness, coordination, respect and discipline – as well keeping you healthy, fit and flexible.
S.J. Dance run weekly street-dance classes in Wembley Central for children aged 7+ during school term time. Organised by St John the Evangelist Church for the young people in our local area, S.J. Dance brings together the elements of developing not only dance skills but also communication, creativity and community.
Brent Music Service Junior North Choir is one of BMS’s ensembles, open for children in Year 3 and 4. It is an auditioned choir, selecting from the best talents in the North part of the borough. Children attend weekly rehearsals and perform at various events, such as the Christmas concerts, BMS Choirfest and recently an evening at a local nursing home. Singers can progress through to the intermediate and youth choirs as they get older.
A troupe from Ceim Oir Irish Dance School will be performing in their gorgeous traditional costumes. The School has attained national, international and world title acclaim, are holders of all National and International titles, for both individual and team dancers. Members of the school continue to perform around the world in professional shows such as Lord of the Dance.