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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Sumac Peoples Kitchen: Part One
Saturday December 2nd, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Yemoja Foods will be cooking up some tasty grub at Sumac People’s Kitchen on Saturday 2nd December to raise money for the repairs to the Sumac, most importantly the #newtoiletfund!
Join us for a relaxed evening, with food served at 7pm, the Sue McBar will be open from 7.30pm for alcoholic or soft drinks.
We take absolutely no money from this event, every penny goes into the upkeep and repairs of the Sumac Centre.
Food will be a suggested donation of £3.50 with cake a suggested donation of £1 extra. Bar prices are cheap and cheerful too!
Our menu for the evening is:
(This may change so keep checking back)
Sweet Potato Fries, Bajan ‘Fish’ Accras (Fritters), Coleslaw and Salad.
Chocolate and Ginger Cake.
All the food is 100% vegan and will also be gluten, soya and nut free!
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.