2021 · News

Plumstead Make Merry 2021 – Sponsors

Without sponsorship, funding and donations we would not be able to put on this festival.  For the 2021 event we would like to give a huge thanks to the following:

  • Community Arts Fund from The Royal Borough of Greenwich,
  • Community Fund from the National Lottery,
  • Berkeley Group,
  • Asda Foundation,
  • Andrew Johnson Funeral Services,
  • Katrina (individual donor).

Thanks also to Richard McDonald for his letterpress poster design and individually hand printing them so that we can raise funds for the event. Richard’s continued support and donation is greatly appreciated. https://www.instagram.com/richardmcdonald/

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Plumstead Make Merry 2021 Performer – Line Up

Rob Thom Band

This trio of Plumrades will be bringing you their folky pop numbers.

https://www.instagram.com/robgthom/


Rockliffe Manor Primary School Choir

Members of the years five and six choir make a welcome return to our stage.

Plumstead Manor School Variety Act

A selection of talented 6th Form singers and Year 9-11 bands, performing popular Rock, Pop and Ballads.


Banned From Sainsbury’s

This youth band has been around for many years with different members, including our youngest ever guitarist at just ten years old. They’ll be performing a range of popular songs.

https://www.instagram.com/banned_from_sainsburys/

https://www.facebook.com/Bandfromsainsburys


Foxfield Primary School Choir

Members of their years five and six choir performing for the first time at the Make Merry.


Albert King

Returning to our stage with his old school numbers, our Plumstead King of Swing.


Simon Bromide

Performing an acoustic solo set, from local band Bromide.

https://www.facebook.com/bromidebanduk


Daisy

This 17 year old singer songwriter is from Greenwich, her original new music has just been released and she’s performing an acoustic set here.

https://www.instagram.com/daisyveacockmusic/


Cygnet Committee

More local talent, this four piece Plumstead band will be playing a range of songs from the 1970s and 1980s.

https://www.instagram.com/Cygnet_Committee


Marilyn Joy

This singer songwriter has played with us before in our Acoustic Café, but now you can see her on our main stage.
For more information please visit their website www.marilynjoy.bandcamp.com

https://www.facebook.com/Marilyn-Joy-100621454985805


One Jah Band

One Jah is a reggae/Afrobeat band from Plumstead, they’ve played across the globe with their positive vibe.

https://www.instagram.com/mauriceonejah/


Sam Letchford

Part of the Old Country Crossfire band, he is here as a solo artist playing some blues, country, jazz, rock.

https://www.facebook.com/sam.letchford.92

https://www.instagram.com/oldcountrycrossfire_/


The Renegades

This local band will be playing some rock and pop covers, they went down a storm last time they performed here.

https://www.facebook.com/The-Renegades-455712091244337

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Plumstead Make Merry 2021 – Workshop Line up

Emmanuel The Magnificent

Emmanuel and his team are planning an interactive workshop, expect storytelling and lots of other surprises.

https://www.facebook.com/Emmanuel-The-Magnificent-220675761316055/

https://www.instagram.com/emmanuelthemagnificent/

Mathmagics

David Hall will be running his awesome Mathmagics in The Workshop Tent. He’ll be putting lots of fun into maths, great for kids and suitable for all ages, and it’s free! It’s been described as the best maths demonstration ever! It’s not what you’d expect!

https://www.davidhallworkshopsandshows.co.uk/

Wandsworth Uke Troop

Their workshop has been so popular in previous years that we’re happy to welcome them back. Come along and play a ukulele, no experience needed. Suitable for all ages.

https://www.facebook.com/WandsworthUkeTroop

Diddi Dance

A fun session for the little ones, expect some lively action and big smiles!

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Celebrate with colour

The Plumstead Make Merry will be taking place on Saturday 26th June and we’d love it if you’d come along dressed to celebrate our fantastic community this summer!

This year’s theme is ‘colourful’ so bring your rainbow selves to enjoy the festivities.

Keep your eyes peeled on our social media pages for updates and announcements about this year’s event. You can follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

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Be a patron and support the 2021 Plumstead Make Merry

Plans are well and truly underway for the 2021 Plumstead Make Merry, the team are working hard to bring you a safe event that will still be a celebration of our fantastic community on Saturday 26th June.

We have a number of sponsorship options available, and can also discuss any bespoke requirements you may have. With options ranging from just £50. You can find full details on our website page by clicking here

Don’t forget, you still have time to apply to be a valued member of our team on the day as one of our volunteers, or have your very own stall, or come and perform on our main stage.

We hope to hear from you soon.

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Make Merry in 2021

The Plumstead Make Merry festival will return on Saturday 26th June. The organising team are currently working on plans to bring a safe event to our community within the national and local guidelines for coronavirus.

If you’d like to be a part of the event to celebrate our community, applications details will be available in the ‘Get Involved’ section of our website from the 15th March. We will be looking for stall holders, performers and volunteer stewards.

We think it is important to keep the community spirit alive, in a way that is as safe as we can, and we would love for locals to join us in ensuring that this can happen. Without the support of our community, the event will not be able to take place.

We look forward to hearing from you.

The Plumstead Make Merry team.

http://www.plumsteadmakemerry.co.uk

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2020 Plumstead Make Merry Festival Cancelled

After careful consideration we have decided to cancel this year’s Plumstead Make Merry festival. 

We’ve taken this decision as the health of our community and participants is of paramount importance.  This is also in line with national and local guidance on the COVID-19 outbreak.  

Although our festival will not be going ahead this year, we hope that our community spirit continues and we all look after each other in these difficult times.

Thank you for your continued support and interest in our event, and we look forward to seeing you again in the future.

Please do keep up to date with us by joining our social media pages at:

www.facebook.com/PlumsteadMakeMerry

www.twitter.com/PlumMakeMerry

www.instagram.com/plumsteadmakemerry/

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We need stewards for the 2020 festival

Do you want to be part of our team at this year’s Plumstead Make Merry festival on Saturday 6th June?  Or maybe you know someone that would like to? Applications for volunteer stewards will open on Monday 27th January.

It’s a great way to show some community spirit, and you may even learn some new skills.  No experience is necessary.

You can find full details of how to apply at

https://plumsteadmakemerry.co.uk/get-involved/volunteer/

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