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Forest Fields Helping Hands Community Kitchen

Forest Fields Helping Hands Community Kitchen.

A free/low cost meal using surplus food /donations from local businesses in order to support those in need. Will be open to the public.

I would also like to do a breakfast /brunch on a Sunday,  on the same basis , if possible .

Vegan Challenge People’s Kitchen

People’s Kitchen is a community café where people can get a good vegan meal for a suggested donation.

Half funds raised keep the Sumac open, and the other half are fundraisers for grassroots causes, nominate by the group running each evening.

To volunteer to co-ordinate a session, please get in touch.  Help is also appreciated with tasks such as chopping, serving and cleaning. Visit the People’s Kitchen page to read more about how it works!

You can also follow Sue MacCafe on Facebook or stay up-to-date with People’s Kitchen plans by subscribing to the SumacNews email newsletter

People’s Kitchen – probably not!

The floor is being replaced early in January so some events may be effected.

 

People’s Kitchen is a community café where people can get a good vegan meal for a suggested donation.

Half funds raised keep the Sumac open, and the other half are fundraisers for grassroots causes, nominate by the group running each evening.

To volunteer to co-ordinate a session, please get in touch.  Help is also appreciated with tasks such as chopping, serving and cleaning. Visit the People’s Kitchen page to read more about how it works!

You can also follow Sue MacCafe on Facebook or stay up-to-date with People’s Kitchen plans by subscribing to the SumacNews email newsletter

People’s Kitchen – Eshe for Sumac

People’s Kitchen is a community café where people can get a good vegan meal for a suggested donation.

Half funds raised keep the Sumac open, and the other half are fundraisers for grassroots causes, nominate by the group running each evening.

To volunteer to co-ordinate a session, please get in touch.  Help is also appreciated with tasks such as chopping, serving and cleaning. Visit the People’s Kitchen page to read more about how it works!

You can also follow Sue MacCafe on Facebook or stay up-to-date with People’s Kitchen plans by subscribing to the SumacNews email newsletter

People’s Kitchen for Punk 4 The Homeless

People’s Kitchen is a community café where people can get a good vegan meal for a suggested donation.

Half funds raised keep the Sumac open, and the other half are fundraisers for grassroots causes, nominate by the group running each evening.

To volunteer to co-ordinate a session, please get in touch.  Help is also appreciated with tasks such as chopping, serving and cleaning. Visit the People’s Kitchen page to read more about how it works!

You can also follow Sue MacCafe on Facebook or stay up-to-date with People’s Kitchen plans by subscribing to the SumacNews email newsletter

Sumac Admin Meeting

The Sumac admin meeting is an open meeting where decisions affecting the social centre are made.

As a trial the November meeting will be held at a special People’s Kitchen meal at Sumac on Saturday 11th November (in place of the first Monday),

To raise a point for the meeting, please email sumacadmin@lists.riseup.net, so it can be added to the agenda


Introductions, facilitator, minute taker

Present / Apologies

Well Being Check-in / Qualms / Big Ups

Action points from previous meeting

User groups / working groups:
– Bar
– Finance group
– Garden
– Kitchen / Peoples Kitchen
– Library/Book Stall
– (Radical Routes)
– Residents
– Veggies
– Youth Club

REGULAR BUSINESS

Mail-In-Tray

Email – review current emails & elect someone to check for next time

Phone Messages – usually forwarded by email

Room Bookings  – check online diary & new event requests received by email

Maintenance – Jobs Book – Work Priorities

(Health & Safety review /cleaning)

NEW AGENDA ITEMS:
(Propose a week in advance, preferably by email)

Jacob’s People’s Kitchen for Sumac

People’s Kitchen is a community café where people can get a good vegan meal for a suggested donation.

Half funds raised keep the Sumac open, and the other half are fundraisers for grassroots causes, nominate by the group running each evening.

To volunteer to co-ordinate a session, please get in touch.  Help is also appreciated with tasks such as chopping, serving and cleaning. Visit the People’s Kitchen page to read more about how it works!

You can also follow Sue MacCafe on Facebook or stay up-to-date with People’s Kitchen plans by subscribing to the SumacNews email newsletter

Seize The Day Before the Green Festival

A Pre-Festival Warm-up on Saturday 16th September at the Sumac Centre, beginning with a People’s Kitchen Meal at 7pm, followed by a Special Benefit Gig by/for Seize The Day, the campaigning activist folk band that are coming all the way from Somerset to support Nottingham Green Festival.

As many of you may be too busy to enjoy all the bands, spoken word performers, busters, kids entertainers, acoustic acts and other activities on the day, join us for this special opportunity to see this amazing band.

This event may also double as an after-party for the Stuff Of Life Festival being held at the nearby Hedley Villas Park from 12-6pm on that Day Before the Green Festival.

Green Festival Fundraiser

Nottingham Green Festival is a grass-roots event, run by volunteers as a cooperative, with no regular statutory funding.

All reserves were used up in putting on the 2015 event, so funds need to be raised to ensure that the event continues on Sunday 17th Sepember 2017 – and beyond.

The festival has been blessed by the support of many great bands, kids entertainers and spoken word performers, some of who will entertain us at Sumac each month.

As well as many small green businesses & craft workers, the event has provided outreach for most local ‘green’ campaigns, one of which will be invited to present at Sumac each time.

The evening will begin with a ‘People’s Kitchen‘ meal, provided by one of the great caterers that appeared at the Green Festival.

Please come and enjoy the evening, add some funds and find out how you can give practical support to Nottingham Green Festival.

People’s Kitchen – Not this week

People’s Kitchen is a community café where people can get a good vegan meal for a suggested donation.

Half funds raised keep the Sumac open, and the other half are fundraisers for grassroots causes, nominate by the group running each evening.

To volunteer to co-ordinate a session, please get in touch.  Help is also appreciated with tasks such as chopping, serving and cleaning. Visit the People’s Kitchen page to read more about how it works!

You can also follow Sue MacCafe on Facebook or stay up-to-date with People’s Kitchen plans by subscribing to the SumacNews email newsletter

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