We are again welcoming room booking requests, for example campaign workshops, band practices, meetings, or other events. Many activities may be held in the garden, but can be inside if appropriate covid precautions are met. See also Sumac Centre news on facebook.
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Saturday September 19th, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - 11:30 pm
An extra special People’s Kitchen to raise funds and collect donations for migrant solidarity for people in Calais and around the world. As usual there’ll be delicious vegan food plus live music, spoken word performances and talks from Nottingham Refugee Forum. Starts at 7pm, don’t miss!
With talks from:
The Nottingham Refugee Forum
From Tejaun Robinson and the Zodiac Allstars
Spoken word from
Dinner will be:
Vegan Jalloff Rice and Vegetables
Dhall lentil Curry and lemon dressing
ALL vegan friendly!
PLEASE BRING ANY ESSENTIALS DONATIONS YOU HAVE TO THE EVENT (CLOTHES ETC – See list below)
People’s Kitchen is a community café where people can get a good vegan meal for an affordable price.
To volunteer to co-ordinate a session, please get in touch. Help is also appreciated with tasks such as chopping, serving and cleaning.
Half our people’s kitchens raise funds to keep the Sumac open, and the other half are fundraisers for grassroots causes. It is up to the coordinator(s) to nominate a cause.
Sumac exists to provides resources and a meeting space for groups and individuals working to promote social justice, environmental awareness, peace, and animal rights.
You can donate here to support us, towards running costs, maintenance, heating bills etc.