August Bank Holiday, Carshalton Park

Stalls for 2016 – Not For Profit Organisations

notforprofit Artio – Scavenger hunt for children, games, activities plus information.

Beanstalk – Fun food growing activities for families

Carshalton Lavender – Lavender oils, craft goods and floral water.

Carshalton Community Allotment – marquee with activities including short talks on gardening issues.  For the younger ones, Make a Grass Hedgehog and Fun with Potatoes (planting and digging)

Carshalton Choral Society – Information about events and activities of the Choral Society

Carshalton Lavender – Display of information about lavender, growing and distilling

Carshalton Methodist Church – Information about the church and its activities plus a small craft activity for children

Carshalton Park Rotary Club – Rotary members  to discuss local Rotary activities and the benefits of membership.

The Carshalton Society – Information about the work of the Society, campaigning to preserve and improve the amenities of Carshalton, by protecting its open spaces from encroachment.

Compost Making – Display showing how to make compost at home

Cyclism – Free cycle check, literature and bike rides

Dr. Alan’s Books -Promoting music of the Whirling Dervishes (Pythagorean Music) and Indian Philosophy.

East Surrey Badger Protection Society – Badger related items (Stationary, tea towels, pencils, t-shirts etc)

EcoLocal – solar power display

Friends of Carshalton Water Tower – Providing public access and events at this local treasure.

Friends of Honeywood Museum – Supporting work of the Honeywood Museum and encouraging the public’s interest also a lucky dip and children’s

Gear-Up Inclusive Cycling – information on cycling sessions running at David Weir Leisure Centre (Sutton Arena) each Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.  Display of bikes and Pedal Power Challenge.

Greenpeace – Stall focusing on protecting the Arctic and information on other campaigns, featuring their own polar bear

Home Energy Road Show –

Kingston Peace Council/CND – Bric-a-brac, books, plants and badges supporting the campaign

Majlis Ansarullah UK –  We will be displaying the activities of our organization with literature, popups and books.

Meals on Wheels – Information about the service and volunteer application forms.

Nonsuch Voles – Raising awareness about Nonsuch Craft and selling woodland craft

No Panic (Sutton and Merton) – Books, bric-a-brac, plants, face painting.  Information about weekly sessions of self help groups

Oxfam Carshalton – Books, DVD’s, bric-a-brac

Peruvian Orphan Children’s Fund – Alpaca woollens and organic cotton goods for adults and children.

Population Matters – We will be displaying organisation leaflets and brochures. We will be selling organisation merchandise (t-shirts, sweaters, tote bags).

QEF Mobility Services – Displaying literature and some disability equipment, plus pop-up banners.  We will also have a tombola to raise funds for our charity.

The Ramblers – leaflets and publicity material regarding the activities of Sutton Ramblers

Redearth Education – Delivers vital training to schools in rural Uganda.

Refuge – Throwing pots on potter’s wheel. (Throw a Pot for Charity)

Refugee & Migrant Network – 10 minutes to have a go at Circus skills (Plate spinning, Poi, silk scarves and juggling balls).   Fun for all ages.

Royal Marsden Cancer Charity – Merchandise, tombola and lucky dip

RSPB – Merchandise and information on the work of the Croydon RSPB

RSPCA Surrey, Sutton and District Branch – Teddy tombola and information

St. John’s Ambulance – Toy tombola, knitted baby items,books and bric-a-brac

The Socialist Party (South London Branch) – Literature about the party and its aims.

South London Humanists – Display panels and table with magazines and other printed material.

Surrey Organic Gardening Group – Display of organically grown flowers, vegetables and produce plus information about SOGG

Sutton Amnesty International – Letters, postcards and good for sale

Sutton Black History Group – Books, bric-a-brac, leaflets and clothing also promotion of Black History Month in October

Sutton and Cheam Radio Society – Amateur Radio activities

Sutton Community Farm – Information on the farm the Vegbox scheme and examples of VegBoxes

Sutton and Croydon Green Party – Cakes, books, bric-a-brac, literature and information

Sutton Cycling Club – Test your cycling skils on the go-ride challenge – a bicycle obstacle course on the tennis courts

Sutton Fairtrade Community Group/Traidcraft – Promoting Fairtrade with products, leaflets, samples and items.

Sutton Group of the London Wildlife Trust – Free leaflets from the London Wildlife Trust, including the new trail leaflet for Wilderness Island

Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers – Information and literature about the

Sutton for Peace and Justice – Exhibition on food poverty and Palestine campaigning

Sutton Liberal Democrats – Information, books, bric a brac, toys and cd’s

Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers – Information and opportunities about “Helping Wildlife on Sutton’s Doorstep”

Sutton Quaker Meeting – Leaflets, books and information about the Quakers.

Sutton U3A – Sutton U3A provides recreational, educational and soical activities for semi retired and retired people in and around Sutton

Sutton Women’s Centre – Information about the centre plus tombola and  bric-a-brac

The Ramblers – publicity material – walks programmes & local walk leaflets –

Tools for Self Reliance (Sutton Group) – National charity which sends refurbished tools to selected countries in Africa and trains artisans to earn their livings in ways that benefit their communities. Display and sale of tools surplus to requirements

U3A (Sutton Branch) – Information and literature to promote Sutton University of the Third Age activities.

Wallington and Carshalton Women’s Institute Whitehall Historic

Waste and Recycling, Sutton Council – Information about recycling and less waste, save money

Whitehall Historic House – Council-owned listed property in Cheam Village, reopening in 2017

Wildlife Aid Foundation – Free wildlife advice, charity merchandiseanimal adoptions and animal themed facepainting

Woodland Trust – To demonstrate the work of the Woodland Trust focussing on Warren Farm, East Ewell. Find out more about your local Woodland Trust sites