May Day Traders Fete - Sat 5th May 2018
|Published: 26th April 2018 11:21|
Supporting Waltham Abbey local businesses & services
Keep It Local May Day Traders Fete returns on Saturday 5th May supporting local businesses and services in Sun Street from 10.30am to 4pm.
Lots to see and do a varitey of local business and service stands including Crafts, Sweets & Cakes, Health & Beauty, Fitness, Face Painting, Ice Cream, Childrens Activities
Plesae see the list below of Live Performances for this Saturday's May Day Traders Fete on the stage outside the Angel Pub and Epping Forest District Museum at the end of Sun Street:
Jodie Stone Singer - 10.30am to 11am
DNA Performing Arts - Dance School 11am to 11.15am
Issy - Singer 11.30am
Frankie - Singer 11.45am
Leon - Exercise Demo 12.15pm to 12.30pm
Aim Academy of Dance - Dance School 12.30pm to 1pm
Streetz Ahead - Dance School 1pm to 1.15pm
Platinum Performing Arts - Dance School 1.15pm to 1.45pm
Latalia and TJ - Singer 1.45pm to 2.15pm
Michael Buble - Tribute Singer 2.30pm to 3pm
Daisy and Jodie - Singers 3pm to 3.30pm
Tina T - Singer 3.30pm to 4pm
The normal Saturday market stalls will be in the Market Square and the Traders Fete stalls will be the length of pedestrianised Sun Street.
Please come along and meet them, and see what fantastic services we have in OUR Town and on OUR Doorstep. Why not treat yourself (and your family) to lunch out in one of the many town centre cafes, pubs and restaurants.
Note: Free parking in Cornmill Car Park (behind the Town Hall on Saturdays), in Darby Drive car park (behind the Post Office on Saturdays) or why not walk down as it looks like it is going to be warm and sunny.
Keep It Local supports an important message to use local businesses as in turn this will improve our town's economy - if we have a busy town centre new businesses will want to come to the town. Plus local independents offer excellent customer service as they have passion, experience and knowledge in their often unique products and services that you won't find in branded high street shops.
We have a great community spirit in the Abbey, use your pride in the town and spend your money with local businesses, shops and restaurants - it will make a difference!
For more information please see their Facebook event page: Keep It Local May Traders Fete