Party in the Park Thursday 20 July, 6.30-9pm, Ravenscourt Park Glasshouses
Our annual ABN summer party will be held at the Glasshouses in Ravenscourt Park, London W6 0UL by kind invitation of Hammersmith Community Gardens. Situated next to the park’s cafe the glasshouses date back to the 19th century. If the weather is fine we can enjoy the beautiful walled garden but if we are unlucky enough to have rain, then the glasshouses will give us shelter. The £10 ticket includes a choice of quiche and salad and there is a paid bar at reasonable prices. For safety purposes the Glasshouses have a capacity of 80 so tickets are limited – make sure you get one in time.
- Tickets £10 in advance available from Detour Café, 135 Askew Road or online from www.askewbusiness.co.uk;
- Tasty food by Detour Café;
- Wine selection by Askew Wine for sale by the glass or bottle;
- Music for a summer evening;
- Silent auction.
The glasshouses are situated beside the café. Go through the gate and you will see the entrance to the right of the café. This year all tickets will need to be paid for advance so if you cannot get to Detour Café, you can pay for online. There is an admin fee of 60p and please print out and bring the payment receipt with you.
MONDAY 19 JUNE
6.30pm – 7.15pm
RAVENSCOURT PARK, W6
Bring the family for a fun fitness session
Come together as a community to help those in need
Donate what you can
ALL PROCEEDS TO GRENFELL TOWER FAMILIES
Open studios: Chiswick, Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush 2017
Vote for Art this June
Once again, artists from Chiswick, Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush are preparing to throw open their doors for June’s art extravaganza.
Artists at Home – the hugely popular West London open studios event – will take place from 16th-18th June this year and is truly inclusive, involving 74 artists in 57 studios over three days.
Local artists will canvas the public with colourful opinions, strong views and an eclectic range of mediums, providing an opportunity to make an investment that will last the test of time.
You can browse the website http://www.artistsathome.net and plan your campaign trail, or wait for the printed guides, sponsored by local estate agent John Wood & Co. Ltd. which will be available from local businesses and dropped through letterboxes in the three-mile area covered by the event.
“This year more than ever, we feel people will enjoy a little escapism to discover wonderful art on their doorsteps,” says Jill Revie, one of the organisers of the event. “It is a real novelty to be able to see not only such a wide range of different types of art and craft but also to meet and talk to the artist and see where they work.”
Admission is free, refreshments are usually available and although artists are always pleased to make a sale, browsing is very welcome.