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Marchmont Street Party 2018 - invitation to apply for a stall by rdef

  Marchmont Street Party 2018 - invitation to apply for a stall


Marchmont Street Party 2018 - invitation to apply for a stall

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The Marchmont Association (MA) and King's Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association (joint organisers of MSP 2017) are pleased to announce that we are ready to receive applications for stalls at the Marchmont Street Party on Saturday 22nd September. Stall numbers will be restricted, because we are not able to extend the site to the north of Tavistock Place as we did in the last two years, but we still anticipate 50 stalls being available, with priority being given to local groups.

Apart from our usual eclectic mix of live bands, dancers and entertainers, we will be looking for something special to celebrate the centenary of some women getting the right to vote. If you have any good ideas to fit this theme, we want to hear from you. We are also keen to showcase local talent. All other ideas will also be gratefully received.

We are grateful for the generous support of local businesses, which has enabled this event to go ahead again. Sponsors names will appear on all event related publicity materials in due course.

If you want to volunteer to help with this year's street party, please drop us a line using the link in the 'Get Involved' boxes on this web site.

The photograph is of revellers dancing to the 'ever-green' Tropical Heatwave band, who have entertained event-goers on several occasions.

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