St John's Hill Festival set to celebrate the last days of summer

St John's Hill Festival set to celebrate the last days of summer

St John's Hill Festival last year

Hogroast by the Beehive pub in 2012

First published in News by , Senior Reporter

The St John’s Hill Festival is returning for a fifth year to celebrate the end of summer.

Traders are joining forces to host the free event, which will feature stalls and activities along the bunting-lined street in Battersea.

A goldfish racing competition is taking place outside FishClub, while a range of beers will be available to sip at a beer festival in The Beehive.

Wimbledon’s Greensleeves Morris Men will be giving performances between 1.30pm-3pm, making for a traditional English summer fete atmosphere.

Visiting stall holders will be bringing their wares to the festival, including Portuguese food, cakes, aloe vera skin products and accessories.

Restaurants, bars and cafes along the road will be serving everything from Indian, Eritrean, British, Italian – as well as a hog roast.

Those feeling energetic can join in with zumba, while musicians will perform outside the London Cycle Workshop.

A raffle is taking place to raise money for the St John’s Hill Community Project, which works to help improve the lives of people living and working in the area.

The St John’s Hill Festival, St John’s Hill, Battersea, September 8, 11am-5pm, free, visit


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