Enjoy your Street-Re-Cycle today! – final list of households:

Keep safe! – Please socially-distance; use hand-sanitiser as you walk between households; and please only to touch any items you wish to take. Thank you 🙂

Participating households that we know of so far (listed in alphabetical order)

38 Albemarle Road

3, 6 and 23 Aldreth Grove

73, 130 and 153 Bishopthorpe Road

21 Count de Burgh Terrace

83 Curzon Terrace

69 Fenwick Street

25 Kensington Street

1, 12, 16, 19 and 24 Norfolk Street

43 Nunmill Street

60 Nunthorpe Crescent

Rowntree Park (under the cafe)

59, 61 and 79 Russell Street

1, 3 and 7 Scott Street

33 South Bank Avenue

11 and 14 Southlands Road

3, 5 and 18 Thorpe Street

Posted in events | Leave a comment

List of households taking part in tomorrow’s Street-Re-Cycle!

There is still time to add your address to participate in this local, community event.

Send your house number and street name to mailto:info@planetsouthbank to get your household listed and pick up a poster, leaflets and balloons from Pie at 3 Scott Street – between 6 and 8pm this Saturday evening.

Spend Saturday clearing out your cupboards, attic and shed – sort out your stuff – you can sell it, swap it or give it away. Items can include books, clothes, dvds, cds, jewellery, small items of furniture, toys, left over bits of carpet, crockery and other bits and pieces that other people will want to acquire and cherish (and you will have space in your cupboards and on your shelves for lovely new things!)

Put all your stuff at the front of your house (or at the back of your property in the alleyway and wait for people to come and delight in some new treasures. Have a great fun day meeting neighbours, making new contacts and getting rid of, or acquiring, new things. Please make sure that you clear up at the end of the day and observe social distancing and other safety measures.

Participating households that we know of so far (listed in alphabetical order)

38 Albemarle Road

3, 6 and 23 Aldreth Grove

73, 130 and 153 Bishopthorpe Road

21 Count de Burgh Terrace

83 Curzon Terrace

69 Fenwick Street

25 Kensington Street

1, 12, 16, 19 and 24 Norfolk Street

43 Nunmill Street

60 Nunthorpe Crescent

Rowntree Park (under the cafe)

59, 61 and 79 Russell Street

1, 3 and 7 Scott Street

33 South Bank Avenue

11 and 14 Southlands Road

3, 5 and 18 Thorpe Street

Posted in events | Leave a comment

Let us know your household is taking part in Street-Recycle – Sunday 13 September

We’ll publish here and on our facebook page a list of South Bank households putting out stuff to choose from – please e-mail info@planetsouthbank.org.uk to give us your address.

And contact Pie Waller on 07761 642160 to request a poster and balloons.

Sunday 13th September, 11.00am to 3.00pm (or later if you wish): the next in our now regular series of households giving things away, to clear clutter, get some great ‘new’ stuff for your house, and to meet people in your neighbourhood.

On the day put out your stuff at the front of your house, to give away. And don’t forget to wander round to see what neighbours on the streets nearby are offering!

Items can include books, toys, DVDs, clothes, shoes, leftover tins of paint, spare bits of wood, furniture items… Please take care not to block pavements or access ways, and tidy up anything not taken by the end of the event.

There will be lots of local households taking part. Tell your neighbours and friends, put up posters, invite neighbours to join in and clear their stuff too! 

In these Covid-19 times, we’re expecting that everyone will socially-distance; use hand-sanitiser as you walk between households; and please only to touch any items you wish to take.

And most of all: take this chance to meet your neighbours, clear out your cupboards and sheds, get some great stuff for yourself, and have some good green fun.

Street-re-Cycle
Posted in events | Leave a comment

Our next Street-re-Cycle: Sunday 13 September 2020, 11am to 3.30pm – save the date!

The next in our now regular series of households giving things away, to clear clutter, get some great ‘new’ stuff for your house, and to meet people in your neighbourhood.

On the day put out your stuff at the front of your house, to give away. And don’t forget to wander round to see what neighbours on the streets nearby are offering!

Items can include books, toys, DVDs, clothes, shoes, leftover tins of paint, spare bits of wood, furniture items… (Please take care not to block pavements or access ways, and tidy up anything not taken by the end of the event).

There will be lots of local households taking part. Tell your neighbours and friends, put up posters, invite neighbours to join in and clear their stuff too! 

In these Covid-19 times, we’re expecting that everyone will socially-distance; use hand-sanitiser as you walk between households; and please only to touch any items you wish to take.

Street-re-CycleAnd most of all: take this chance to meet your neighbours, clear out your cupboards and sheds, get some great stuff for yourself, and have some good green fun.

Posted in events | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Eco products for sale, Thursday 13 February

Dishcloths

Eco products – Beeswax Wraps, Tissue Pockets and cotton dishcloths will be on sale at Southlands Methodist church on Thursday 13th February, from 10.30 – 12 midday.

A couple of local makers will be selling their locally made eco items.

It is hoped that this will become a monthly (possibly more frequently).

Please support local makers and buy eco products for your own home.

Posted in events | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Crafty-Crawl today! – Map and full list of venues of local makers and crafters

Planet South Bank presents…

… a delightful trail round the streets of South Bank, showcasing local crafters, makers, printers and artists. 

Today, 12 noon – 4pm

Maps available from Sainsburys (at the junction of Bishopthorpe Road and Scarcroft Road) and online at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1SM_nlV7z8Tb52hZJhZ_OTZqRfy5teyvb&usp=sharing

List of participating venues (in street alphabetical order):

The Knavesmire Pub, Albemarle Road,  YO23 1ER

Rich Gresswell – local landscape and nature photography.”You can buy my pictures as art greetings cards for all occasions. Instagram link: @richgresswell.photography

Ian Lightfoot – “My birds of prey pictures form a series called “Harvest Moon”. Paintings depict wildfowl that roam our countryside – a tradition pre-dating Thomas Bewick that satisfied the demand for adorning walls of stately homes. Contemporary eyes see differently; the fox, for instance, or the badger – formed by pastoral politics. “Harvest Moon” is a series of nocturnes for sale that celebrate these wonderful creatures.

Herald Armer – recently retired crafter selling dicroic glass jewellery, Christmas baubles and seaglass mosaics.

The Winning Post Pub, 127 – 129 Bishopthorpe Road,  YO23 1NZ

Emilie Rodgers  –  hand-painted and decorated footwear and tote bags; each piece a unique work of art, often embellished with charms, lace, jewels, metallic paint, copper leaf and glitter or all of the above! Buy 1 matching pair…or don’t…buy 2 different shoes to show your uniqueness! It’s up to you!

Charlotte Dawson  – is a local jewellery maker, artist and facilitator. Her jewellery combines a variety of materials such as copper, silver, gemstone beads and found objects.

Sylvia – a range of hand-knitted cushions, bags, decorative toys, hats and accessories.

Marc Godfrey-Murray  – local printmaker focussing on lino and screen print. Influences include the beautiful  city of York

Cheryl Alexander – The Sewentist – funky children’s clothes, unusual fabric bags

Carrie Lyall – (Rose and Hen) creates linocut prints and handstitched notebooks with a modern yet classical feel, featuring nature and botanical themes.

Jane Milliner – handcrafted cards with a focus on unicorns and fantasy.

151 Bishopthorpe Road YO23 1PA

Laura Kent – Christmas decorations/gifts and plant based gifts

Melissa  David – cloth bags, purses, baby blankets, pencil cases, scrunchies and soft toys

11 Cameron Grove YO23 1LE

Margaret Hockey – uses recycled materials to make items for the home. She also makes brooches using vintage buttons, cards, lino prints and mosaics. Also Harris Tweed landscapes and brooches and hand and machine knits in pure wool. Also coastal cottages scenes using driftwood  and wood  offcuts.

Susan Jordan – Handmade bags and pouches using interesting fabrics. Felt pictures and mixed media collage.

28 Charlton Street, YO23 1JN

Petra Smith – Handmade greetings cards for all occasions.

52 Millfield Road, YO23  1NQ

Jo Yeates – Made at 52.  Textile art and mixed media collage using many repurposed vintage materials. Affordable and unique gifts

1 Norfolk Street, YO23 1JY

Naomi  Whittaker– colourful handmade fused and stained glass. From Christmas decorations to coasters to candle holders, plates and window panels. Lots of glass to brighten up your home or give as gifts. Gift vouchers for lessons available.

The Trafalgar Bay Pub, 7 Nunnery Lane, YO23 1AB

Anna Jones – “Art in the Attic”  Anna works in textiles and mixed media making a variety of items including – hand painted phone pouches, tweed purses, embroidery, altered books and more.

Nicky Brunger – Designs and sells cross stitch kits, patchwork book covers and zipped pouches.

Heather Stead – The Bow 2 Girls: handmade hair accessories and small home gifts, mostly for child-based audience.

Nicola Harper – “My work is mainly based on crochet, including pompom hats. Also one of a kind sewn cushions and smaller items such as notebooks. I have started making textile art, inspired by the landscape and my favourite places.”

Lisa-marie Newman – Creative Avenues – Mosaics

Rowntree Park –  in the Friends Clubhouse under the Reading Café (NB this location is open 11.30 to 3.30)

Soft toys and Christmas decorations made by Friends Craft Group   

79 Russell Street, YO23 1NN   

Sarah Penn – makes knitted eco items: dishcloths, soap bags, tissue pockets and food bags. Also recycled cards and plants to purify indoor air.

Pat Hunter – makes modern collage/embroidery cards and pictures from found, recycled and new materials.

82 Scarcroft Road, YO23 1DD 

Di Hennell -‘My Material World’  Affordable handmade gifts: Jewellery: brooches, necklaces, earrings, bracelets. Cards, Christmas decorations, gloves, notebooks. Pictures (felt and bamboo fibres) Monoprints. Window hangings, Magic Wands, Baby Boots, Wooden Jigsaws and MORE!

3 Scott Street, YO23 1NR

Pie Waller – Carved eraser stamps, daft badges, pompoms and beeswax food wraps

Joy Simpson – is an award winning painter who will be bringing her portfolio to show to people who may want to buy or commission a painting. Handmade cards, digitally designed prints and accessories.

Lu Mason  – makes brooches and necklaces out of acrylic. She is inspired by a wide variety of subject matter, including fabric designs of the 1950’s, the natural world of plants and animals, and the human form. She makes small subtle brooches as well as large striking pieces, including necklaces. She hopes that everyone might find something that amuses or interests them and tries to keep her prices affordable.

Also for sale: Felt birds, colourful block prints, and unique Secret Santa gifts.

 

Posted in events | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Crafty-Crawl this Sunday – map now available online and at Sainsburys

Crafty-Crawl    Sunday 17th November 2019    12 noon – 4pm

Maps available from Sainsburys (at the junction of Bishopthorpe Road and Scarcroft Road) and online at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1SM_nlV7z8Tb52hZJhZ_OTZqRfy5teyvb&usp=sharing

And for the full list of crafters and venues, visit https://planetsouthbank.org.uk/craft-y-crawl-sunday-17-november-2019/

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The list of crafters and makers to visit: the annual Crafty-Crawl, Sunday 17 November 2019

home-made art

Planet South Bank presents…

… a delightful trail round the streets of South Bank, showcasing local crafters, makers, printers and artists. Our huge thanks to Pie Waller for working so hard to create this year’s event.

Crafty Crawl    Sunday 17th November 2019    12 noon – 4pm

 

 

List of participating venues (in street alphabetical order):

The Knavesmire Pub, Albemarle Road,  YO23 1ER

Rich Gresswell – local landscape and nature photography.”You can buy my pictures as art greetings cards for all occasions. Instagram link: @richgresswell.photography

Ian Lightfoot – “My birds of prey pictures form a series called “Harvest Moon”. Paintings depict wildfowl that roam our countryside – a tradition pre-dating Thomas Bewick that satisfied the demand for adorning walls of stately homes. Contemporary eyes see differently; the fox, for instance, or the badger – formed by pastoral politics. “Harvest Moon” is a series of nocturnes for sale that celebrate these wonderful creatures.

Herald Armer – recently retired crafter selling dicroic glass jewellery, Christmas baubles and seaglass mosaics.

The Winning Post Pub, 127 – 129 Bishopthorpe Road,  YO23 1NZ

Emilie Rodgers  –  hand-painted and decorated footwear and tote bags; each piece a unique work of art, often embellished with charms, lace, jewels, metallic paint, copper leaf and glitter or all of the above! Buy 1 matching pair…or don’t…buy 2 different shoes to show your uniqueness! It’s up to you!

Charlotte Dawson  – is a local jewellery maker, artist and facilitator. Her jewellery combines a variety of materials such as copper, silver, gemstone beads and found objects.

Sylvia – a range of hand-knitted cushions, bags, decorative toys, hats and accessories.

Marc Godfrey-Murray  – local printmaker focussing on lino and screen print. Influences include the beautiful  city of York

Cheryl Alexander – The Sewentist – funky children’s clothes, unusual fabric bags

Carrie Lyall – (Rose and Hen) creates linocut prints and handstitched notebooks with a modern yet classical feel, featuring nature and botanical themes.

Jane Milliner – handcrafted cards with a focus on unicorns and fantasy.

151 Bishopthorpe Road YO23 1PA

Laura Kent – Christmas decorations/gifts and plant based gifts

Melissa  David – cloth bags, purses, baby blankets, pencil cases, scrunchies and soft toys

11 Cameron Grove YO23 1LE

Margaret Hockey – uses recycled materials to make items for the home. She also makes brooches using vintage buttons, cards, lino prints and mosaics. Also Harris Tweed landscapes and brooches and hand and machine knits in pure wool. Also coastal cottages scenes using driftwood  and wood  offcuts.

Susan Jordan – Handmade bags and pouches using interesting fabrics. Felt pictures and mixed media collage.

28 Charlton Street, YO23 1JN

Petra Smith – Handmade greetings cards for all occasions.

52 Millfield Road, YO23  1NQ

Jo Yeates – Made at 52.  Textile art and mixed media collage using many repurposed vintage materials. Affordable and unique gifts

1 Norfolk Street, YO23 1JY

Naomi  Whittaker– colourful handmade fused and stained glass. From Christmas decorations to coasters to candle holders, plates and window panels. Lots of glass to brighten up your home or give as gifts. Gift vouchers for lessons available.

The Trafalgar Bay Pub, 7 Nunnery Lane, YO23 1AB

Anna Jones – “Art in the Attic”  Anna works in textiles and mixed media making a variety of items including – hand painted phone pouches, tweed purses, embroidery, altered books and more.

Nicky Brunger – Designs and sells cross stitch kits, patchwork book covers and zipped pouches.

Heather Stead – The Bow 2 Girls: handmade hair accessories and small home gifts, mostly for child-based audience.

Nicola Harper – “My work is mainly based on crochet, including pompom hats. Also one of a kind    sewn cushions and smaller items such as notebooks. I have started making textile art, inspired by the landscape and my favourite places.”

Lisa-marie Newman – Creative Avenues – Mosaics

Rowntree Park –  in the Friends Clubhouse under the Reading Café (NB this location is open 11.30 to 3.30)

Soft toys and Christmas decorations made by Friends Craft Group   

79 Russell Street, YO23 1NN   

Sarah Penn – makes knitted eco items: dishcloths, soap bags, tissue pockets and food bags. Also recycled cards and plants to purify indoor air.

Pat Hunter – makes modern collage/embroidery cards and pictures from found, recycled and new materials.

82 Scarcroft Road, YO23 1DD 

Di Hennell -‘My Material World’  Affordable handmade gifts: Jewellery: brooches, necklaces, earrings, bracelets. Cards, Christmas decorations, gloves, notebooks. Pictures (felt and bamboo fibres) Monoprints. Window hangings, Magic Wands, Baby Boots, Wooden Jigsaws and MORE!

3 Scott Street, YO23 1NR

Pie Waller – Carved eraser stamps, daft badges, pompoms and beeswax food wraps

Joy Simpson – is an award winning painter who will be bringing her portfolio to show to people who may want to buy or commission a painting. Handmade cards, digitally designed prints and accessories.

Lu Mason  – makes brooches and necklaces out of acrylic. She is inspired by a wide variety of subject matter, including fabric designs of the 1950’s, the natural world of plants and animals, and the human form. She makes small subtle brooches as well as large striking pieces, including necklaces. She hopes that everyone might find something that amuses or interests them and tries to keep her prices affordable.

Also for sale: Felt birds, colourful block prints, and unique Secret Santa gifts.

 

 

Posted in events, Uncategorized | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Craft-y-Crawl, Sunday 17 November 2019

We are preparing for this year’s Craft-y-Crawl – an opportunity in the Christmas run-up for local makers to showcase their work and to encourage local shopping and community-building.

We are looking for local artists and craftspeople who would like to be included in this craft trail round the streets of South Bank.

This is the 5th year of Crafty-Crawl and we are hoping to make it even bigger, and more varied and of course, creative FUN for all.

The date is Sunday 17th November, from late morning into the afternoon (final times to be confirmed).

handmade-1153614_640

Photo: Pixabay.com

You can either exhibit on your own or with friends in your own home/studio or join with others at The Winning Post pub on Bishopthorpe Road or The Trafalgar Bay pub on Nunnery Lane or at St Chad’s Church on Campleshon Road.

Please e-mail Pie at ainsliewaller@yahoo.co.uk or contact her on 07761 642160 to register your interest and let us know what you’ll be exhibiting and which venue you prefer (or your address if you prefer to exhibit there). There will be a fee of £5 to cover printing and admin costs.

Posted in events | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Street-re-Cycle, Sunday 8 September 2019

The next in our now regular series of households giving things away, to clear clutter, get some great ‘new’ stuff for your house, and to meet people in your neighbourhood.

Just sign up – e-mail info@planetsouthbank.org.ukto let us know you’re taking part.

Then on the day put out your stuff at the front of your house, to sell, swap or give away.

PotsItems can include books, toys, DVDs, clothes, shoes, leftover tins of paint, spare bits of wood, furniture items… (Please take care not to block pavements or access ways, and tidy up anything not taken by the end of the event).

There will be lots of local households taking part. Tell your neighbours and friends, put up posters, invite neighbours to join in and clear their stuff too!

We’ll post here a list of all the addresses we know of, so that people know where to find you.

We can also provide posters to display in windows, laminated posters to be displayed outdoors and balloons to attach to your  door/gatepost.

Street-re-CycleSo… all you need to do now to register is e-mail info@planetsouthbank.org.uk.

Please contact Pie Waller on 07761 642160 if you would like posters or balloons.

Please be responsible for posters that you put up – and take them down after the event. Also please be sure to tidy away any leftover items at the end of Street-re-Cycle.

And most of all: take this chance to meet your neighbours – clear out your cupboards and sheds and have some good green fun.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment