Some backstory? Lucy studied photography, and is a picture editor by trade, now running a small photo agency with her photographer partner. Gail studied textile design and, amongst other things, is well-known locally for creating curtains and blinds for a good many years.
“We’ve had stalls at local events but have never quite had the confidence to set up on our own,” says Lucy. “Gail approached me and asked if I’d be interested in doing something together, so we decided to join forces. I’m a big collector, so retro and vintage is my thing, whereas Gail loves making stuff. We fitted together perfectly.”
And the poster itself is a thing of beauty, isn’t it? Designed by one of the stallholders, Kirsty Harlow, who runs Flock & Roll, it has already created some very positive feedback. “That’s what we like about Leytonstone, how everyone is so friendly and positive about everything. It’s a really great community to live in.”
And it goes without saying that there should be something for everyone with an eclectic nice mix of stalls, so pop by for a browse, a chat, “and enjoy a cup of tea,” says Lucy. A cup of tea from a Leytonstone Legend mug, naturally.