Find out about all the stalls below
There will be children's activities on most stalls throughout the day!
Marquee 1 in Cygnet Square
Come and meet the event sponsors, CORY and the London Borough of Bexley.
Plus, meet your local Bexley Enviro Crime, Neighbourhood Watch and Bexley Voluntary Service Council teams. Find out how you can get involved at their information stalls.
Meet the Cory Team and find out what happens to your general waste when it gets transported to our site. Learn about future plans and apprenticeship opportunities.
Bexley Green Points
Learn how to get rewarded for reducing, reusing & recycling! You could win a £20 voucher each month. Learn about reducing food waste & single use plastics.
Visit the waste and recycling stall for all information about reducing, reusing and recycling your waste. There will be a game for the kids and a chance to win.
Bexley Enviro Crime
Advising on effective waste management, finding a licensed carrier & what to do if you witness fly-tipping.
Enouraging people to connect with neighbours and work with local authorities to tackle burglary, domestic abuse and other serious crime.
Bexley Voluntary Service Council will have a stall with information about Community Connect and volunteer roles in Bexley.
Marquee 2 in Cygnet Square
Everything you need to know if you hate food waste. In this marquee you'll find Kitche, experts on reducing food waste. Together with the Kitche stall, Kitche craft table, you'll also find Community Fridge, and Love Food, Hate Waste Bexley. Kitche will also be delivering several talks throughout the day at 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 1:45pm & 3:00pm.
Marquee 3 in Cygnet Square
Come and find out about local initiatives supporting your community. Tidy Thamesmead are busy keeping the local streets clean and tidy, so come and find out how you can help. Meet Peabody who provide and manage thousands of homes. Other stalls include the Reinstate Stall, North West Countryside and The Hundred Club (TACO) newspaper cart. The Hundred Club is a creative space for using arts and play to explore social justice issues. Come and find out about Freegle, giving new life to unwanted goods and have a go at T-shirt upcycling – no need to book.
Find out about peer-to-peer reuse. Freegle is the UK’s biggest online reuse network with over 3.6m members in 450 local reuse communities.
The Hundred Club (TACO) Newspaper cart. The Hundred Club is a creative space for using arts and play to explore social justice issues.
Young people can add positive messages and drawings to Re-instate's well-being packs for those struggling with their mental health.
Atrium Gardens Stalls
Come and find out about local initiatives supporting your community. Come and meet Peabody who provide and manage thousands of homes. Tidy Thamesmead are busy keeping the local streets clean and tidy, so come and find out how you can help.
Community Mosaic. Gary will be creating a bee mosaic with local people @ The Atrium Gardens.
They will be delivering talks on mental health and also have wellbeing products on their stall.
Hand Made Furniture
A stall with beautiful hand made recycled furniture. Also, flowers and plants for sale.
The Nest - Hall 1 Cygnet Square
There will be a number of stalls at The Nest offering a range of wellbeing products, eco-friendly soap, Kangen Water and vintage recovery clothing.