After six hugely successful months and over 400 hours of trading, Catford Cornucopia will be opening its doors for the last time on Sunday 27th January making way for an exciting refurbishment of the building that will bring a new food outlet with homes above. If you haven’t already visited, these are the last few weeks that you can pop into 17 The Broadway to support local traders and browse our collection of locally-sourced goods.
As a meanwhile-use project, Catford Cornucopia has also been an invaluable space where Team Catford has held hundreds of conversations with Catford locals about the emerging vision for the neighbourhood.
Catford Cornucopia is a unique outlet for the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of Catfordians and by supporting local suppliers ensures that more of your money stays in the local economy. It isn’t for profit and the money made will be distributed between Team Catford to host family-focused events, 999 Club and Sickle Cell Society.
The good news is that you haven’t heard the last of Catford Cornucopia. Whilst we make plans to close down we’ll also be popping up. You can find us at So Last Century at St Dunstan’s College on 16 th and 17 th Feb and we’ll be at Catford Food Market which will be returning from a well-earned hibernation from the last Sunday - 24th February.