An autumn festival in London will be encouraging people to go green with stalls selling eco products and fresh produce, as well as live music, living trees, rickshaw rides and a pop up garden cafe.
This weekend, visitors to the the North End Road Autumn Festival will be encouraged to embrace their inner eco self. Have some ‘me’ time in the grassy chill out zone, treat yourself to some ethically made, eco friendly and vegan products on offer in the new ethical trader section or take part in health and well-being taster sessions.
A pop up garden cafe, fresh fruit and veg from regular market traders and pre-loved products at the St John’s Church Bric-a-Brac are just a few of the must-do moments of the festival. It also boasts some of the capital’s best vegan eateries, and street food from around the world.
To celebrate World Car Free Day, North End Road will become a traffic free pedestrian precinct during the festival. More than 150 stalls will line the street, which is also home to shops and eateries that cater for a variety of tastes from fresh produce and speciality ingredients through to Middle Eastern cuisine and vegan pizzas.
Busking pods and live music areas will play host to bands and musicians and the street entertainment programme will continue the eco theme with living trees, a giant mechanical tortoise, electric bikes and rickshaw rides!
When: 21st September 2019, 9am – 5pm
Where: North End Road, Fulham SW6 1NW
£: Free to attend
More info: www.lbhf.gov.uk