Bite the Biscuit Neighbourhood Market: Local economies against the pre-invented world
Bite the Biscuit Neighbourhood Market is a market, a community art project, a cultural event and an experiment. It takes place at the former St. Matthew’s Church on Boulevard and Anlaby Rd, by the flyover, recently acquired by Giroscope.
Bite the Biscuit Neighbourhood Market will present a market with local products and services, a warm welcoming space for families with small children, a local post office for sending letters around the neighbourhood, a little library (in collaboration with Western Library) and a live radio show.
Sunday 5th of May
Thursday 9th of May
Sunday 12th of May
Thursday 16th of May
from 11am to 4pm
Each Thursday, the market will share the former church with a weekly Repair Cafe:
A weekly event where people get together to repair broken stuff, sharing skills and learning from each other. If you have something broken and you’d like to repair it, it’s an enjoyable place where you could try and do so, with others, over a cuppa.
11-1.30 Sewing & Textiles
10-12.30 Furniture & Small Appliances
1-3.30 Electronics & Computers
They can’t promise to fix everything but will have a go!