BERMONDSEY STREET FESTIVAL GUIDE
Bermondsey Street Festival Guide
This Saturday London Wildflower will be featuring at the Bermondsey Street Festival, or the ‘Village fete in the City’. The free event, which is expected to attract crowds of over 12,000 people, will bring together local craft and street food stalls alongside performances including dancing and live music, a mini City farm, and even a dog show!
Bringing a party atmosphere to the streets of Bermondsey, the festival will include a full music lineup with musicians such as the Bermondsey Voices choir, to The Andy Quick band who performed on stage at this year’s Glastonbury festival.
The festival will celebrate food from around Bermondsey with top restaurants and local producers on show from The Pie Cart’s mouthwatering British pies, to St John Bakery’s delectable fare.
Liquid refreshments will also be covered, with local producers from Bermondsey Beer Mile artisans including the Southwark Brewery, to Bermondsey Street staple, The Woolpack.
The Festival will feature craft exhibitors from Artisan Aprons to Rivyl Vinyl. London Wildflower will be based at stall 22B on Bermondsey Street, in front of the White Cube. We’ll have lots of new items for sale on the day, from ring bowls and succulents, to our new clay kits - all at a reduced price on the day!
Dog Show info
The event stretches from Tanner Street Park in the east, to Leathermarket Gardens in the west, where the dog show will take place with registration from 11.30am Leathermarket Gardens.
The entry classes will include:
2pm The Lily Class – Best Pedigree Bitch
2.25pm The Edward Class – Best Pedigree Boy
2.55pm The Holly Class – Best mash up
3.20pm The Augustus Class – Anything Goes – best 6 legs – best fancy dress – best trick whatever your dog can do!
3.45pm Best in show – top two in each class
There will be prizes from Holly & Lill for the winners and runner-ups, alongside a free pack of ByBenji treats for all entrants.
Getting to the festival
A map of the festival is located here: https://story.mapme.com/6c070eaf-2acb-4ad2-bcc3-0850dde0f68d/overview?autofs=1
The closest underground stations to the Bermondsey Street Festival are London Bridge (around a 10 minute walk) or Borough (15 minute walk).
From London Bridge station: take the St Thomas Street exit, walk through Guy’s Hospital, turn left into Snowsfields then right at the NCP Car Park. Turn left, walk through the park and you will reach Leathermarket Gardens. Walk through Leathermarket Gardens to reach Bermondsey Street.
Rail stations include Surrey Quays and Canada Water with bus connections to the Jubilee Line at Bermondsey (188, C1), Surrey Quays Overground (1, 188, C1), Borough Tube (C1) and Elephant & Castle (188,1).
Local car parking includes the Snowfield NCP, or Q-Park Butlers Wharf which are within a 10 minute walk to the festival.
Bermondsey Street Festival 2017
16th September 2017
11:00am - 18:00pm
Bermondsey Street, Southwark, SE1 3TD
For more information on the 2017 Bermondsey Street Festival, please visit: http://bermondseystreetfestival.org.uk/.