Wall of Support
Serena Chloe Gardner, Karene Ambler, Shian Denovan, Roger Francis Cook, Peter Gerard, Daria N, Jenny & Stewart Fergusson, Elisa Bergersen, Joanna Howard, Rachel Taylor, Ali Pye, Dipak Patel, Stu Richards, Mario Pecori, Miranda Horn, Tina Bowman, Louise Magan, Dwayne Thomas, Andy Davies, Judith Jackson, Andrew Nile, Charlotte Wells, Karl Holmstrom, Craig MacLachlan, Richard Anthony Dunford, Samantha Dawson, EM Kung, Christian Kinde, Sarah Dunn, Gaetano Ghiura, Thabo Mhlatshwa, Tom Roberts, Liz Pencavel, Craig Stratton, Christof Hackl, Paul Tanter, Angela Logan, Laura Evers John, Wendy & Ian Cooke, Annie Logan, Andrew Forrester, Ian Fergusson, Anna Jansco, Pamela L. Johnson, Rob Cooke, George Goodey, Tania, Paul Lindt, Lisa Rabone, Michael J. Dean, Finola Kerrigan, Léah Jesson, Tom Ludlam
And thank you to the below local E17 companies for donating perks to our campaign
Thank you to Eat 17 for donating a whole bunch of Bacon Jam range products towards our Kickstarter campaign.
It all began in 2006 when Eat 17 co-owners Chris and James opened a neighbourhood grocery and bistro in Walthamstow. Since then they have created the award winning Bacon Jam, opened fabulous stores in Hackney and Whitstable, with a forth in Bishop’s Stortford on the cards.
At Eat 17, are proud to be ‘not your average store’, dedicated to doing things the right way; thinking local, prioritising people before profit, taking great pride in our work and, most of all, putting proper food on your plate.
Thank you to Mirth, Marvel & Maud for donating a meal for two as a perk towards our Kickstarter campaign.
The 1930’s former Granada Cinema Walthamstow has provided entertainment and culture to local people for well over a century.
Now, an arts venue hosting live music, comedy, theatre, spoken word and films in the cinema room (Maud) with a restaurant on the mezzanine foyer overlooking a cocktail bar in the ticket booth (Mirth)
The original Victoria Hall opened during May 1887 to provide a venue for dances, concerts, meetings and plays. The site’s long association with the movies began when it played host to one of London’s first ever film shows in 1896, the year of cinema’s birth. The original venue is believed to have been a haunt of the young Alfred Hitchcock who lived in nearby Leytonstone. Hitchcock’s family were keen entertainment-lovers and it is inconceivable they would not have been regular visitors to the area’s most popular venue.