30 May - 14 June 2015


Once again the E17 Art Trail is celebrating the creativity that grows and thrives in our borough. We are proud to be part of the rich tapestry of inspiration and originality that inspires us year on year and we feel lucky to be able to draw together the creative threads as Walthamstow opens its storytelling heart. An enormous thank you to all of the participants, venues and partners who support and enable our talented community to display its inventiveness.

Gold Sponsors

Central Estates
Central Estate Agents are honoured to be supporting the E17 Art Trail this year; an event so incredibly important to the cultural calendar and community of Walthamstow. The past eleven years have seen the E17 Art Trail grow and develop from a small one day festival to a large two week celebration of the creativity and imagination of the residents in our area, something which we are proud to be even just a small part of. We wish all the artists and organisers all the best with this years event.
Neil Ewen, Director
One CS   
As a long time resident of the borough, with a local creative print and display business in Blackhorse Lane, we are delighted to be involved in this excellent community arts project. We look forward to contributing practical and hands on support to this year’s E17 Art Trail.

Silver Sponsors   

Freshwater Property Services
The Mall
Paul Douglas, Louise Mitchell
and Steve Terry
Marsh Street Mortgages
Wood Street Walls

Bronze Sponsors   

Bestowed Kitchen
Honey and Thyme
Images in Frames

Petals in Bloom

Pictorem Gallery

XL Hair Design
56 St James Street


Lisa Lisker
Eleanor Lowenthal

Peter Readman
Norman Saggers


Waltham Forest Council
Waltham Forest Council is pleased to be supporting the E17 Art Trail 2015, which promises to be another great success. The art trail is recognised in Waltham Forest and beyond as making a significant contribution to local arts and culture, and improving the quality of lives of its residents. It showcases and celebrates the talent, creativity, diversity, ambition, and hospitality of so many of our residents, creating a sense of pride for local people and attracting visitors to the borough. In the spirit of William Morris, the E17 Art Trail is all about creative participation of residents, which reflects Waltham Forest’s aspirations for ‘Art for All’.

Cllr Chris Robbins
Leader of the Council and Portfolio Lead Member for Culture.

Special thanks to

Barbican, Beth Watton, Clare Farrow, Create London, Cris Thompson, Jo Sealy, John Devolle, Ingrid Abreu Scherer, Julia Spicer, Katherine Green, Lester Stratton, Linda Green, Linda Hughes, Maureen Schipper, Penny Fielding,
Rachel Smith, Sara Carneholm, Sean Urquhart, Sharon Crocker, Simon Warren, The Mill, The Village Bakery, Time Parker, Valerie Grove, Vestry House Museum and Waltham Forest Cycling. E17 Art Trail Volunteers and Festival Stewards.
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