Kew Eco Fair 11th March 2023
Published: 27th February 2023
St Luke’s Church, Kew to be hosting the very first Kew EcoFair on Saturday March 11th (10:30am – 2pm).
Launched as part of St Lukes’ EcoChurch initiative, the aim of the event is to inspire local residents to take action on climate change and to feel empowered to make changes in our everyday lives to help protect God’s Earth.
The event will be officially opened by broadcaster and active travel advocate Jeremy Vine, as well as the Mayor of Richmond.
There is something for everyone!
‘Good As New’ Clothes Swap – bring your old clothes and swap them for new ones!
Repair Cafe – bring your appliances, furniture, clothes and more in need of mending, and see if our repairers can help!
Active Travel Festival – get your bike health checked with our friends from London Cycle Workshop in East Sheen, shop for second-hand bike bits and check out different cargo and folding bikes with Richmond Cycling Campaign, and engage with the work of local pedestrian advocacy group Richmond Living Streets.
Eco Shopping – browse our wonderful eco-business stalls, from sustainable lifestyle shops to eco candles, from home produce to rentable party gear, as well as our ‘Regifted’ present stall, we’ve got you covered!
Entertainment – there will be free childrens’ craft activities, singing by the Kew Community Choir and 2nd Kew Brownies, music from the Motleys, and nature-themed activities for the whole family provided by Dose of Nature
Wishing Tree – enter for your chance to win one of our fantastic ‘mystery prizes’ donated by generous local businesses!
Refreshments – a delicious vegetarian lunch and tea/coffee will be available, courtesy of St Luke’s Social Committee
By St Luke’s, Kew, this new event aims to empower & inspire members of the local community to tackle climate change
Broadcaster & active travel advocate Jeremy Vine will be coming to open proceedings!