Brockley Max is a voluntary run organisation and so the festival would not be possible without the generous sponsorship and advertising from our local businesses.
One of Brockley and South East London’s leading independent estate agents, situated in the heart of Crofton Park. They are a vibrant, dynamic and exciting company, offering strong marketing, a personable service and value for money.
This is their 4th year as a major festival sponsor for Brockley Max whilst also sponsoring us with their eye catching lime green and dark grey boards. A big thank you for their continuing support.
Brockley’s Rock is a Fish Shop with more than just Cod and Chips in mind. Situated in midtown Brockley, they provide great tasting fish, but in the most ethical and sustainable fashion.
They are always keen to get involved in the community and didn’t hesitate to sign up to be our ‘Art in the Park’ sponsor again this year, and will be up at Hilly fields with their popular fishing pond stall at our family day on the 10th June. Pop by and and say hello.
The Chandos care passionately about running local pubs with the best atmosphere, the freshest & tastiest pizza, great craft beers and excellent service.
The Talbot serves excellent fresh homemade food using locally sourced ingredients. They offer a large selection of great British ales and fine wines to accompany your meal. With regular events, a fantastic beer garden and friendly atmosphere, The Talbot is the perfect place to Dine and have a drink with your friends and family.
Last year they provided a fantastic programme of events for the Brockley Max week, and this year they have equally thrown themselves into the festival and totally embraced the spirt of Max with lots of music/comedy/art spread over the 9 days.
Four years at the heart of the local community and still going strong! Brockley Brewery consistently brew high quality beers using the best ingredients. Their beers are available in selected pubs, bars, cafes, delis and shops in south-east London and beyond.
As great community participants it was no surprise that they took out gold sponsorship again with Brockley Max and they are hosting a couple of events during the festival whilst providing a beer tent at Art in the Park.
Our Good Hope cafés are a beacon of what a community business should look and feel like, a haven of peace and safety.
Our first Good Hope opened in 2010 and was seen as a way to help make the charity money, which could be used to carry out our work in the local community. We soon began to employ young people, offer work experience and have partnered with Drumbeat School and ASD Services over the past few years to provide personalised placements for young people with Autism, enabling them to experience the workplace and acquire a range of essential skills.
For more information on the sponsors and advertisers, please check out the Crofton & Honor Oak Park Community Website.