Featured Image: Caravan Gallery Chris Teasdale and Catherine Ross of Museumand
If you couldn’t make it, Sneinton’s Vegan Market
coincided with the launch of Sneinton’s Pride of Place project with Caravan Gallery’s wonderful People’s Map of Sneinton (where you can add your place, people, history to the map…
it might become one of the amazing books that Caravan produce). It was the day of Minor Oak’s market too….
It was sunny!
Above image of Sneinton’s famous vegan market…early lunches were the order of the day…the aromas of spices and vegetables were divine!
Above, the very popular Flavors of Africa (eek US spelling!) who were delighted to have found out that they would be at Glasonbury this year….
Clemie’s Vegan Cakes, Cards for Every Occasion, Truffle Pig, Verna Poppy Designs Willow and Dove. …there were lots of businesses who could go onto the map….
In Minor Oak Dee Miller’s brilliant co working space, the Ethical Market:
August Moon Tea Artisan Chinese tea and teaware
Estelle Theanine and Jean Wang Saturday 4th March Minor Oak
Skin Elixir moisture and fragrance sourced, produced and marketed ethically….
Shona Munro Skin Elixir at the Ethical Market Sneinton’s Co Working space Minor Oak Shona was offering samples of her wonderful moisturiser (there’s also a gorgeous fragrance Sang Froid…If you’d like to be involved in the promotion of Skin Elixir contact Shona: firstname.lastname@example.org
Madi Wallner’s thrift1G Thrift Generation is unique: apparel with a retro and vintage style; updated to complement trends. The wonder of Thrift1G is that it’s original vintage: some deconstructed, customised: everything she does, hand made with love in Nottingham.
Beautiful Thrift1G in Minor Oak and Sneinton Market image courtesy of Madi Wallner
Tiger Green: Want to know more, help develop Upcycling in Nottingham? Well the eye of this tiger is in the heart of Basford (Bramble Close). Toni Jarvis is looking for people to come in, develop skills in textiles to upcycle and even sell products in a flexible way? Is this you?
Below on the right, Tiger’s premises and a map, ten minutes from David’s Lane Tram stop:
Toni at Tiger Green: email@example.com
Arbonne Swiss Bath, Body and Nutrition made from botanicals, established 1975. Catherine Wardega and Rachel Ellis work together and independently to bring Arbonne to more people, more of the time.
Above Rachel Ellis and Catherine Wardega at Minor Oak’s Ethical Market Sat 4th March 2017
And The Shop at Sneinton Market: what a fantastic gallery/shop/workshop glass bead specialist and people magnet Rosie Kemp has nurtured in just a couple of months.
Above: a small selection of artisan work at The Shop at Sneinton run by Rosie Kemp Glass Bead lamp work maker and entrepreneur.
Of course, the rest of the map is up to you….get in on it! Love Sneinton!
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Mapping Sneinton is a way of bringing a sense of democracy to Sneinton. When you’re name’s down you’ve got to get in….
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