Thursday 17 May 2007 1.09pm
This weekend is a busy one.
On Sunday, we have one of the highlights of Kennington Social Calender, the Kennington Village Fete.
If dry it takes place in Cleaver Sq, one of Kennington's nicest squares, and as well as the usual stalls will feature cafes from two of the areas long-established and favourite restaurants (the Kennington Tandoori and the Lobster Pot). There will be music and stuff for children and (this is Kennington) a champagne Tombola.
Stalls include books, bric a brac and new/secondhand clothes. Donations are welcome. If you have anything you want to donate, PM me before ther end of Friday afternoon and I can come and collect.
The fete is 12noon to 3pm. If it is raining it will be in St Anslems Church Hall on Kennington Cross.
If that were not enough, the very wonderful Roots and Shoots (an organisation that trains young people with learning difficulties in gardening) is holding a plant sale this Saturday 19 May from 11.00am to 4.00pm. All plants: flowers; lettuces; tomatoes; herbs etc, are home-grown. The garden itself, which is a educational resource and visited by many local schools, is lovely and especially fun for kids.
They are at the top of Walnut Tree Walk, near the junction with Kennington Road
- not far from the War Museum.