Monday, 6 June 2011


The festival season has only just started and it feels to be flying by at an uncomfortable speed (much like the UK's summertime!)
The weekend just passed saw another event draw to a close. London Green fair was held in Regents Park and free for all to wonder in and check out all the activities, workshops and entertainment.

A large area within the park was set aside for the festivities. I am not sure if a higher turnout was expected or whether a widely spread out event was aimed for. The Saturday was glorious for this part of the world, although wind played havock with any gazeebo or marquee not built for windy wide open spaces. Sunday was overcast from the morning and early afternoon drizzle led to constant rain.  This was our second event of the year and second time to pack down in the rain. Let's hope the coming weekend breaks the unlucky spell!

This event, formally known as Camden Green Fair, was attended by a wide variety of ages and nationalities and also a great meeting point for environmentally minded people. Pictured below is one happy Sorazora customer.

We would like to thank this customer for allowing us to use these photos for our blog and we'd also like to apologies for not catching her names. We hope her new dungarees bring a smile to her face each and every time she wears them!

Pictured below is one of two movers & groovers who brought smiles to all. He had style, class & rhythm and he wasn't afraid to use them!

Among the many workshops and activities, the photo below shows the technique required to build mud shelters. I didn't get a chance to see how well it held up in Sunday's rain, but I am sure it survived.