In 2018 we have been generously supported by:
Myatt’s Fields Cocktails is a premix cocktail boutique set up in Camberwell, London SE5 in 2017 by Clemency and Cyrus. They share a deep love in the craft of fine cocktail making, and have built this company to share that love with you.
In 2009 the doors of Postmark Dulwich opened. Set on the gorgeous North Cross Road, just off the hustle of Lordship Lane, you can enjoy the fabulous market right outside their door every weekend, choosing from one of many superb food stalls to re fuel whilst you shop.
Bottlebrush Ferments make you healthier from the inside out by feeding you high quality, great tasting, super nutritious fermented foods. Eating their products is perhaps the quickest, most convenient, not to mention, tastiest way of contributing to you recommended quota of ten servings of veg and fruit a day.
Majestic specialises in selling brilliant wine by the case. We believe wine – whether you’re buying it or selling it, and especially when you’re drinking it – should be full of fun.
The ‘Michelin Guide’ says The Palmerston is “Full of atmosphere and attracting a range of ages, thanks to the engaging staff and good food on offer. Menus evolve monthly and mix classics with the more modern.” We’re inclined to agree!
In February 2010 they held their first East Dulwich Supper Club evening in their professional kitchen. Without knowing it they had started a phenomenon! In August 2017 they moved East Dulwich Supper Club to our new and exclusive venue in the heart of East Dulwich – fifty seven. The food and service remain the same, whilst offering a more flexible dining environment. This remains the club that everyone wants to be part of!
Maleficent Things was created by Angela in 2016 out of her love of movies and fondness for fairytales. Apparently three children and a lack of sleep can do wonders for your imagination! Maleficient Things is much more than fairy dust and unicorns. For the grown ups, she has items inspired by genres as diverse as Breakfast at Tiffany’s to Game of Thrones, depicting ballet, sci-fi, fantasy, action and cult classic genres, with plenty of boy and man-friendly items too, including keyrings and surf-style bracelets.
The Cherry Tree is a great London pub. They have fresh, seasonal food all day, every day. Great Sunday roasts. Locally brewed cask ales. Good wine. And some bottles of craft beer for those who are so inclined. They’re your local hub for live music, sport and family fun, plus, for those wishing to test their IQ over a pint, they hold a regular weekly quiz night. All in all, a lovely old building which has been given a good spruce up for you to enjoy.
If you would like to get in touch with how you could help support Dulwich Women’s Institute for 2019 please do get in touch with us here