Five things to see in June
E17 ART TRAIL
Until June 18, Walthamstow (e17arttrail. co.uk) ON A theme of full STEAM ahead, as in school subjects Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths, 7,000 exhibitors/performers on the Art Trail include poets, painters, sculptors, choirs, designers and dancers, with shows and workshops in studios, pubs, parks and cafés. Put on a Matronix helmet, below, by Face Invader artist Rebecca Ward for an audiovisual trip (Winns Gallery, E17; face-invader.co.uk). THORNTON KAYE founded the Salvo dealers network in 1991 and the selling fair is still family-run. Reclaimed building materials are big business today, as are industrial antiques and vintage pieces such as this Forties Peugeot coffee grinder, right, from Sugden and Daughters. This year’s event is billed as a Green Living Fest. Up to 80 top British and European dealers will be on the 10-acre deer park of Sir William McAlpine, himself a salvage collector/ trader. Explore his “Ironhenge”, made from old St Pancras station columns, ride a steam train, try a zero-waste eatery and browse “ethical” food and homewares stalls.