Are you looking to go Self- Employed ?
Got Business Idea ?
Need specific advise on developing your existing business ?
For a limited time Tree Shepherd are offering free business advise for those 18-30, resident of Lambeth Borough and on restricted income or benefits.
Clinics can be held in several locations Tulse Hill, Loughborough Junction and Elephant & Castle
For more information and / or to schedule your 1 hr Business Clinic – contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to host our second free digital business tools training workshop.
This course is for people who can use a computer (mouse skills etc) but who are not familiar with Excel.
Date – 13th September
Venue – Glows, 1a Greenleaf Close, Tulse Hill, Sw2 2HB (the training room)
Provisional Timings – 1.30 to 4.30pm
Places are limited due to seat capacity in our training room – so it is first come first served.
Next Free Event at Glows 14th Sept
IS MINISTRY PART OF YOUR CALLING?
Chaplaincy and Ministry Training with Ambassadors International Network is for anyone interested in training in Theology, ministry accreditations or becoming a licenced Pastor, Reverend, or chaplain. If this is for you then get signed up for this free opportunity at Glows.
These possibilities could open a new pathway to School, Prison Faith based or NHS chaplaincy as a new career path or provide the opportunity for personal study, ordination into ministry or both.
The Seminar will be led by known scholar and theologian, Professor Isacc Dansho of Ambassadors International Network who will also be delivering this free seminar on Saturday September 14th 2.30 to 6.00pm 2019 @Glows Maker Space
Glows maker space
1a Greenleaf Close
To register please contact Shaun Wilson email@example.com
Or call AIN Network on 07728 829699
The Designer Showcase
15 August, 19:00 – 22:00, Free
Impact Brixton, Pop Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Road, SW9 8PQ
Join us for an exclusive showcase of designer-freelancers from Lambeth.
Designer ShowDeck is an after-hours exhibition that brings together a mix of designer-freelancers across Brixton and Lambeth.
You can expect networking, free drinks and of course a chance to connect with talented designer-freelancers.
The service believes in empowering the young people in Lambeth who may be struggling with transition from childhood to adulthood and may become Not in Education, Employment or Training when they leave secondary school.
The Early Help Service will be providing information, advice, guidance and support to local young people regarding careers and job opportunities. We will also provide drop in sessions which consist of confidence building, CV writing and interviewing skills. Targeting young people age 16 to 25 of age and lives in the Lambeth borough.
The Early Help Service would like to invite you to our ‘Opportunities Day’ on Thursday 1st August 2019, 11am – 3pm at Jubilee Hall, Tulse Hill Estate, SW2 2LY ( http://www.google.co.uk/maps) . This event is where young people can meet local employers, education and training providers about current/future opportunities available.
Dear Food Traders
This year we are trying to achieve ZERO food waste and so will be collecting all excess, unwanted food from you and donating it to those that need it most.
This includes prepared food, ambient food and fresh goods. Basically anything that might have otherwise ended up in the bin.
With the help of Brixton Peoples Kitchen, Lambeth Food, Compliments of the house and Olio we have put together an A team of food waste heroes to help us augment the process and make it super easy.
Donating your leftover food couldn’t be simpler.
First we need you to sign a food donors agreement which can be found HERE. This covers you for donating and takes less than a minute.
Please do this now so save time onsite.
If you have any questions, please email me or speak to one of the Food Waste team when onsite who will be signing people up. They will be roaming the site on Friday / Saturday during setup to sign people up or you can find them in the Food rescue area of the eco village.
Olio donations are considered in our Green Trader award and so could help you win a free pitch at next year’s show.
Thanks in advance for helping us become more sustainable.
See you next Friday.
The Tree Shepherd Marquee will be situated on the perimeter of the picnic area in the start-up business market zone and the nearest entrance to our marquee is Entrance A.
You can download the interactive map from the app store Click HERE for I phone or HERE for Android.
Its super easy to use and you should easily be able to find yourself on there and have a look at where you are onsite. Feel free to promote the app to your customers so that they can easily locate you too.
Public safety is paramount for all public events in Lambeth. There has been a reassessment of the security and crowd management plan for the event. This means the organisers have had to make changes to the layout of the show, as well as introduce a perimeter fence.
All park gates will be open to the public as usual. Upon entering Brockwell Park, there will be four show entrances; one at Herne Hill, one close to the Brockwell Lido and a further two entrances on the Tulse Hill side of the park. Please follow signage and instructions from security staff as you enter lanes who will perform the searches before you can enter the event. For visitors with access requirements, pushchairs, prams, wheelchairs and young children there will be dedicated express lanes for you to use at both entrances to minimise queuing time for you, where possible.
There is no car parking onsite – Traders will be issued with a Green trader car park pass – This is only for delivery / collections and not an onsite car park pass.
In order to reduce the traffic congestion within and surrounding the park, all traders, and exhibitors are asked to arrive for setup on the Friday. There are no exceptions to this rule unless otherwise pre-arranged with us.
Show Set up – Friday 19 July (Tree Shepherd Set up between 1pm – 5pm
No vehicle movement is permitted on the event site between 10:00am & 9:00pm* during live show days.
Sunday close vehicle curfew may be lifted before 9pm, This is only a guide time and at the discretion of the Site Manager & Event Director until he/she deems it safe for the public.
Look forward to seeing you next weekend for a great show.
|Adam Blake – Vbelly – Vegan Food|
|Alex Schwarz & Clementine Marlowe-Hunt aka Idio Cult team up with My Bubba Baby to bring you Pop Culture inspired fan art designs on clothes and as wall art|
|Andy Kelliott – Shaved Iced Desserts|
|Andre Adjei – Founder of Comfort and Joy – Dishes range from classic to international. Using only fresh and home cooked ingredients Comfort & Joy caterers prepare and deliver food for parties, events, markets and functions.|
|Barbara Moro – Peace Thread is a project developed by Barbara and her daugter, Margi who is autistic. Margherita’s art work that she uses to manage her emotions and comunication will be on sale, made with eco friendly colours and on100% organic cotton made in UK, part of the profits will go towords sponsoring local programmes that encorage interaction between children on the autistic spectrum.|
|Charmaine Grant – Caribbean Cuisine|
|Cheryl reid – Candy poppers – Popcorn & Candyfloss|
|Chika Iwenofu – Bock training Training Provider- We deliver a range of vocational courses for young people and adults|
|Daniela Gallenti – Made by Afous Hand picked eclectic curated selection of beautiful interior objects and texiteles from around the African continent|
|Dionne Wallace – Jewellery, art and craft|
|Emily Harte Designs – Funny, quirky cards & prints plus some colourful baby clothing.|
|Erica Tate POP – Organised Play Group in Tulse Hill – Pop Tulse Hill is a community group for based in Tulse Hill that involves the whole family in creating leaders and empowering families to help change their communities. Ewe regularly meet on Tuesdays for fun activities as a whole family group. grandmothers grandfather’s mums dads and siblings all gather together to participate in wellness activities and create paths to financial security.We are the leaders of a subgroup called Manz Dem which is led by the groups fathers and dad’s
Our focus is on wellness well-being and happiness. We use mindfulness and mindset training to fulfill the goals of the families
|Ian Samuda – Inner Circle Slushy Shaved Ice, slushy, drinks and refreshments|
|Imilda Wright – Create n Customise – Haberdashery, trimmings and handmade items|
|Kareen Small – Dre’s Designs – Fashion and Jewellery finds its roots in the name of designer and founder, Kareen Small’s son Leondre. Kareen studied fashion in her hometown of Bristol in the late 80s, before embarking k a move to London in the early 90s where she studied millinery (hat making.)
After a break from the fashion industry, Kareen’s passion for her first love returned in 2005 when she was inspired to create a shrug from nothing but an old pair of jeans. Once this design was exposed to the general public Dre’s Designs shrugs became in high demand with friends and strangers alike wanting an item of clothing which they knew was exclusive. Dre’s Designs’ instant popularity led Kareen to devise new innovations to keep her line relevant. These ranged from the use of different fabrics and adding dresses to her collection of shrugs.
Dre’s designs have become known for using vintage materials, African print, Denim, Leather and PVC to create couture Ponchos, shrugs, dresses and bags which are all handmade.
In 2010 Kareen came across another unique gift of making jewellery. They are made from different kinds of bead and colours and fabrics.
In 2017 Kareen teamed up with Nana who also makes jewellery and, Tshirts and Hoodies, Kareen and Nana realised that their designs complimented each other, and when someone bought a Poncho, someone would buy an item from Nana.
Kareen and Nana have weekly meetings to come up with ideas for each other. Not yet to come up with a new name, they still use their own brand name .You can see Kareen’s Designs
FB: Dre’s Designs,
You can find Dre’s Designs and Nana, s products in various events and markets throughout London.
All Dre’s Designs Poncho and Shrugs are exclusive. Specific sizes can be made on request. Nanas jewellery are bespoke and wooden with her own Ansetory Tshirts. Their ambition is to reach a wider audience, worldwide and own her own boutique.
|Kaylea Guthrie – Chair Massage|
|Michelle – Design Me Textiles – Design Me Textiles is London’s only 24/7 open access textiles studio based in Brixton. We provide a wide range of textiles facilities, services and workshops from screen printing to digital fabric printing.|
|Opulent Mobile Beauty is an freelance hairstyling service that can be completed at your most convenience. Previously styling at London fashion week, short films, fashion corporations, clients home, salons and festivals.
We pride ourselves on providing a bespoke service for all clientele whether it be individuals or corporations.
We have also recently launched our Natural hair treatment and body lotion.
To find out more, visit our Instagram @ Opulentmobilebeauty.
|Nora Velzeboer – The Rainbow Club, Professional Facepainting, balloon modelling and hair wrapping.|
|Millenium Community Services – Millennium Community Services is a charitable venture, set up to support the Lambeth & surrounding boroughs today and long into the future. Responding over time to the changing needs of people. It was first established as Millennium Academy in 2010. Its name was changed to the above recently and the new name is officially launched on 18 October 2018. The organisation focuses on the community and covers a broad range of workshops. All of the workshops are free for all ages. Millennium strives to bring together people from diverse parts of the community and help them to reach their full potential through the development of skills, knowledge and experience.
Below is one of their students, Paris Fabienne and the business enterprise of custom candles.
|Patience Modevu – Otentik Options – Event Management and African Food Catering business – My name is Patience and I am the owner of OtentikOptions Coterie. We are an event management company that provides catering services. We are big on ethical and sustainable ways of bringing the best quality in our dishes. We use local produce and also exotic products to delights you with our dishes. At the Lambeth Country show we will be giving you a taste of our exquisite and unique Western African style cuisine.|
|Vikki Walter – Glitzy Body Art – Glitzy Body Art is a body at service offering glitter tattoos, festival glitter including hair, beards and lips. Using cosmetic grade glitter and glitter which is dermatological tested. We now offer bio glitter so “all the glitzy without the guilt”.|
|Warren Anderson – Iced Drinks – Sky Juice.Drinks stall selling iced drinks The drinks are summer drinks, similar to slushy. They are made from shaved ice, syrup and water.|
|We Rise and the Tulse Hill Youth Forum – Will be selling T-shirts designed by young people to raise money for their organisations|
|Yvonne James – DNC Accessories – Handmade children accessories|
|Zoe Scott – SOW London – Bespoke gifts and greeting cards|
| Community Roundtable
Tree Shepherd & London Plus is delighted to invite you to attend a community roundtable as part of the London Good Work Commission, which is exploring how we end in-work poverty and make the capital a great place to work. This round table will focus on self-employment and how these issues relate to this.
The roundtable will take place between
Thursday 20 June at Tree Shepherd
(Glows, 1A Green Leaf Close, Tulse Hill SW2 2HB).
There are limited spaces so RSVP is necessary!
This roundtable aims to understand peoples’ experiences of work, whether good or bad. We also very much wish to hear your ideas that could help make a real difference to you enjoying good work.
This roundtable is part of a wider series being hosted by the commission across London, which will help inform its findings and recommendations to create a city of good work for all by 2030.
This is a fantastic opportunity for participants to shape the agenda for better work in London. To register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Teas and coffees will be provided.