The West Norwood Free Public Library on Knight’s Hill opened on 21st July 1888 as the first public library in Lambeth. It was commissioned by Sir Henry Tate on land donated by Frederick Nettlefold, who laid the foundation stone on 26th November 1887. The building was designed Sidney Smith, architect of Tate Britain and several other Lambeth libraries.
It is a three-storey building in Classical style showing Flemish influence, and is built of red brick with terracotta and Ham Hill stone dressings. It has a colonnaded entrance loggia with an enclosed balcony above. The balcony is fronted by tapering fluted piers bearing busts of Homer, Sir Walter Scott, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Dickens and Socrates.
Come join us in West Norwood at our Christmas Markets both indoors and outdoors, as the West Norwood Feast will also be taking place, it will be their last market for the year before returning in April the 3rd 2022. West Norwood welcomes you all, we are a lovely and friendly community. Visit 5 hubs on the day, St Luke’s Garden the food hub, the Artisan hub, Fresh & Green, Village Green by the leisure centre and My Pop Up Events with take place indoors in the Old Library Centre.
We are excited to be trading at this beautiful old building filled with character. The market will be filled with a wonderful array of crafts, trinkets, ideas for stocking fillers and other exciting tempting treats.
This is a great opportunity for small businesses to come together Traders will be selling their creation, talent and unique gems from fashion, accessories, crafts, art, children’s clothing, books and toys, home décor, fashion for men and women, interiors, music and so much more selling an eclectic mix of exciting gifts full of creativity, quirkiness and uniqueness.
The aim is to offer a platform to support small businesses both established and creative artists as well as designers to showcase their products to a captive audience of shoppers, we want our potential customers to be spoiled for choice, building a fantastic arena for traders to sell their collection directly to customers.
Enjoy the vibes with Christmas with Carol Singing, mulled wine and a perfect day out in the heart of West Norwood.
Hope you can join us, would be great to see you, support small businesses and purchase some fantastic gems for loved ones.
Cancellation by Stallholders of a confirmed booking: Cancellation more than 21 days prior to the event – 50% refund – no transfer of stall fee to another date.
Cancellation less than 21 days prior to the event – no refund or transfer of stall fee to another date.
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If the event goes ahead and traders decide to cancel due to “Acts of God” ie extreme weather conditions, fire, floods etc, or acts of terrorism, riots, pandemic, strikes etc – or changes in the UK Government’s Covid guidelines or restrictions – refunds will not be possible, but traders will be offered an alternative date or venue of their choice.
Cancellation by My Pop Up Events
If Pop Up Events or any of our venues are forced to cancel a fair due to circumstances beyond their control, or due to changes in the UK Government’s Covid guidelines or restrictions, refunds will not be possible, but traders will be offered an alternative date or venue of their choice. Under such circumstances neither Pop Up Events nor their venues shall be liable to the stallholder for any loss which the stallholder incurs as a result of the cancellation, suspension or postponement of the event.