Acton Boutique Market - Sunday 19th July

Sunday 19th July, 11am to 5pm The First Acton Street Boutique Market. We aim to create a fun “Village Square Festival” atmosphere giving all local artists, entrepreneurs and “under 16 entrepreneurs” (on parents stall) a chance to display and sell their wares. The Mount (outside St Mary‟s Church) will be transformed into a “Village Square” for the day with festive market stalls, face painting; a good old fashioned “tug of war” challenge, all against a background of easy going Jazz & Blues sounds. It will be a fun filled day of unique arts, crafts and gift stalls. St Mary's Church will be running a cafe. Stall fees to go to “Housing 4 Women” and “Women‟s Forum” local Charities.

Brook Green Craft Beer Festival

Brook Green Market & Kitchen is a FARMA certified farmers market selling the finest organic and free range produce available. The market Kitchen hosts weekly cooking masterclasses which invite visitors to participate in interactive demonstrations. The weekly market also features an exciting array of street food all brought together with live entertainment.

Askew Magazine

Askew Mag Summer Issue! Meet your neighbours and enjoy reading about them. If you haven't yet recieved a copy of the magazine pop into Finlay Brewer on Askew Road and pick yours up! They also have a website: ASKEW MAG

Windsor Races

The Finlay Brewer team took a trip down to Windsor Racecourse! We got the delightful river taxi down the River Thames and arrived just in time for the first race to place our bets! The event was raising money for CLIC Sargent, for children with cancer, for more information click here. We had a wonderful evening, after the last race we enjoyed the ABBA tribute band; Ever Gold! We danced into the night jumping on the last river taxi home!

Science Programme

We are sponsoring St Stephens School Summer Party to raise funds for their new exciting Science Programme. St Stephen’s Primary School is currently expanding to a two form entry school. They have been serving the community for over 150 years. It was part of the original village of Shepherd’s Bush and built at the same time as the Church.