There will be plenty on offer from the festival’s exhibitors at this year’s Cypriot Wine Festival & Business Expo, with news of our change of venue spread throughout the community and coupled by the fact that ‘To Kalitero Paidi’ Yiannis Ploutarchos will be headlining the event on BOTH days!
The spirit of CyWineFest continues to grow and in spite of change of dates or change of venue we wanted to ensure you all that much of what you knew and grew up with will still be!
The Metropolitan Police Greek Staff Association
Formed in 1999the (MPS GSA) is a member led organization designed to service the needs of the Greek and Cypriot recruits within the service. With their Police vans and motorbikes they’re always attracting visitors, providing an excellent point of contact for the Community.
A Greek delicatessen stand offering a selection of cured meats, cheeses and olives. If it is the sweet treat you after, then perhaps you may want to try their pastries, cakes and macaroons. They are addictive.
Established since 1986, this family run firm have been importing high quality foods from Cyprus, Greece and other countries in the Mediterranean. A visit to this stand is well worth a visit; here you can find many products some of which include a range of traditional jams, sweets and honey’s.
Offering authentic traditional delights such as Loukoumi Geroskipou .
This soft chewy, sugar – powder covered sweet is available in many flavours including Mastic, coconut, vanilla and fig.
This patisserie has been a favourite in the local community for many years. Indulge in their delicious Cypriot cakes ranging from kataifi, kalomprama and of course their loukoumades.
Situated by the entrance to the court yard area, here you can sample our number 1 Cypriot selling beer. It’s light coloured beer will go down a treat.
A visit to this stand is a must for those who want a traditional, rustic Greek dish full of aromas and flavours.
This is slow cooked to perfection until the meat is super tender.
Edmonton Eagles Boxing Gym
Winner of the Queens Award for voluntary service in 2015.
They offer something for everyone, whether you’re interested in boxing to stay fit, or you would like to enhance your defence skills. Pop along to the stand and speak to one of their trainers.
Cynthia Williams Leather Handbags
Something for the ladies.
Every woman knows that a handbag is an integral part of an outfit and a way to express her style. Cynthia William’s handbags come in a variety of shapes, colours and prices to suit you all.
Cyprus Youth K.L.N
Cyprus youth – was formed back in 1952 to provide a youth club for the young Cypriots in London, other than providing a community service they formed their own football team and continues to play in KOPA – the Cypriot football league in England.
They will be providing the traditional Halloumi and Lountza zesta sandwiches also in the menu…Kalamari, this consists of batter coated deep fried squid. Served with a side salad and lemon wedge…perfection.
New Salamis UK
Greek Cypriot community team. This stand is very nostalgic for many in our community. A visit to this stand is a must for pork souvlaki served in Cypriot pitta wrapped in a salad served with a wedge of lemon Full of distinct flavour, New Salamis also proudly announced that they will be adding chicken souvlaki and gyro! We definitely cannot wait to give that a whirl!
There will be plenty to try and buy, sip and drink at this year’s CyWineFest as well as plenty of business and market stalls to browse till the evening’s entertainment begins!
This Whitsun May Bank Holiday Weekend at
Lee Valley Athletics Centre,
61 Meridian Way,
London N9 0AR
Doors open at the slightly later time of 12:30 and close at 23:00 on both Sunday 28th and Bank Holiday Monday 29th May 2017.
Approximately 1,000 free car parking spaces, you won’t need to worry about parking the car. If you fancy having a few, there’s also public transport links both Angel Road and Ponders End stations are in walking distance to Lee Valley from Tottenham Hale to Ponders End (5 mins) and Liverpool Street to Ponders End station in less than 20 mins. Upon arrival, the venue will be in walking distance. Alternatively, the W8 bus route starting at Chase Farm via Enfield Town terminates directly opposite the venue.
BE PART OF THE FESTIVITIES!
ALL TICKETS TYPES ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ONLINE
Please visit www.parikiaki.com to get your tickets and;
Designated Seating Area
Showcasing on both Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday with a designated seating area available, ensuring you’ll be part of the atmosphere and guaranteeing you’ll see Yiannis Ploutarchos for a once in a life time experience.
£25.00 + Booking Fee
Entry Only pricing
Adults 18+ £10.00 + Booking Fee
Ages 11 – 17 – £6.00 + Booking Fee
Concessions* – £6.00 + Booking Fee
Children up to the age of 10 – FREE
*People with Disabilities & Carers: Please present valid ID & Proof of disability on entry at the box office.
*Senior Citizens: Government ID required -Please present your ID on entry at the box office
*Students: Please provide valid ID of your full-time status in further education.
We hope you’re enjoying your spring season, and as it comes to a close, you can be sure that this whitsun May Bank Holiday weekend, Sunday 28th and Monday 29th May, we will be celebrating the 35th Cypriot Wine Festival & Business Expo 2017 kicking off the summer season! Make sure that you keep the dates in your diary free and be part of the festivities!