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Burn’s Night People’s Kitchen

Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face,
Great Chieftan o’ the Puddin-race!

Vegan Haggis, neeps and tatties PLUS dessert on a PAY WHAT YOU CAN basis.

Proceeds on the night will be donated to Animal Aid, in recognition of the fantastic work they do and for the support they have provided us in organising this year’s Vegan Challenge.

Food will be served from 7pm, so arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Following the main course we have a number of short talks as well as music and entertainment.

The Challengers & Mentors from the Leiceser Vegan Challenge will be joining us for this event, so this is lovely opportunity to meet new and existing vegans.

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 Green Festival

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.

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 for Punks for a 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.

Fundraiser for Roy the dog.

Fundraiser to get a plaque and tree for the Sumac garden, for Roy (George’s dog that rece   :)ntly passed).

Live bands:  Hobo on a Freight Train, Asbo Peep Show, Prisoners of War & UK Skunk.

Donations of about £3 welcomed   🙂

 

W.S.O. (Acoustic Punx, Poets,jacket spuds & cakes) proceeds to Sumac & Emmanuel House

We Shall Overcome/Ska plus – Fundraiser for Refugee forum & Sumac

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

Cash4Antifash /// Midlands AFN Fundraiser

We are raising money for The Midlands Anti-Fascist Network. All proceeds go directly into building the fight against racism and fascism across the Midlands!
Live Music-

James Bar Bowen
https://jamesbarbowen2014.wordpress.com/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=102&v=rpaCAQlSGhQ
12 Dead In Everett
https://www.facebook.com/12deadineverett/
“We play syndicate-folk, anarcho-Americana and old time rebel songs – music to fan the flames of discontent and tell the Boss to go to hell.”
Lily Gaskell
Acoustic folk punk
https://www.facebook.com/LilyGaskell/

+ more bands

Vegan grub by Yemoja Foods
www.facebook.com/yemojafoods

(suggested donation for food ~£3.50)


***Cheap Bar + cocktails + quiz***

There’s a safer spaces policy, so don’t be a knob head 

supernana

People’s Kitchen for Critical Mass

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

Joanne Swann says:

Critical Mass fundraiser booked into Sumac Centre for Sat 2nd April. We want to raise some funds to have some fliers/boards printed up to make Mass bigger and better. We will be doing a Peoples’ Kitchen, and could have some entertainment and do a flag making workshop too. If you can help with the night (cooking, washing up, providing entertainment, helping with the flag making), please FB message me or email me at swannjo@yahoo.com.

Visit People’s Kitchen to read more and see an updated calendar of upcoming events!

 

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