We are again welcoming room booking requests, for example band practices, meetings campaign workshops 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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Punk 4 The Homeless “Girls Are Loud”
Saturday June 26th @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Cars That Ate Paris, Emily Flea, Llinos Belcher, Alice Lynn
Presented by: Punk 4 The Homeless – outdoors & socially distanced.
Tickets £7 -here- which includes 2 course vegan meal.
All proceeds to Hope Orphanage Sierra Leone
Gates open 18.45, food at 19.00, music from 19.00.
OUTDOOR, SEATED, SOCIALLY DISTANCED,
‘Social distancing measures at the event will meet government guidelines
Sumac exists to provides resources and a meeting space for groups and individuals working to promote social justice, environmental awareness, peace, and animal rights.
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