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Food Growers Against Fracking! Dinner, Cake, Film and Talk

Come to Kebele on Friday 7th July at 6.30pm for a fanstastic Friday evening of dinner, cake and film!

Reclaim the Power will take a return trip to Blackpool for a month of Rolling Resistance this July, in order to support the local community in response to the ongoing threat of fracking.

This event will give you all the information on ‘Food Growers against Fracking’, a unique and colourful demonstration in the form of a roadside banquet.

Come to Kebele, Friday 7th July for dinner, cake, footage of previous exciting actions, and a talk from the ‘Landworker’s Alliance’.

Spanish Lessons!

HOLA! DO YOU LIKE SPAIN? ARE YOU THINKING OF HAVING AMAZING HOLIDAYS UNDER THE SUN, BUT FEEL AFRAID OF NOT SPEAKING THE LANGUAGE? COME OVER
TO KEBELE AND JOIN OUR SPANISH LESSONS! LET’S SPEAK AND LEARN SPANISH HAVING FUN ALL TOGETHER. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING FROM 23RD MAY FROM 18PM-19:30PM.
TE ESPERAMOS!

Cooks Needed

We’re looking for more cooks for our vegan cafe on Sundays. It’s more fun than you’d think and really rewarding to cook for such a big crowd! Plus there’s a free meal in it! Email kebelecafe@riseup.net if you can help!

Dinner one Sunday in the spring…

Syrian Border Crisis Talk & Film

Founder and director of From Syria With Love charity will give a talk about the refugee crisis in general and the plight of his native Syrian in particular. Baraa has already spoken to over 4000 people across the UK and his talk has been described as “insightful and informative”.

A vegan meal will be served from Kebele’s weekly volunteer cafe at 6.30pm with the talk starting at 7.30pm. It’s £2.50 for a main, £1 for desert and 50p for a hot drink (suggested donations – no one turned away due to lack of funds).

The talk lasts aproxomately 45 minutes, and covers:
• Introduction about Syria before the war, insights on diversity, culture and lifestyle for the people.
• Reasons behind the war in Syria to provide deeper understanding of our current world politics.
• Events that took a place inside Syria, untold stories and the global humanitarian refugee crisis.
• Suggestions on how can we help, why should we help and how to make a difference.
• My personal experience coming from Syria to study, seeking asylum after graduation and registering the charity.
• Short documentary about children and Q & A
For more information, please visit the following website:
www.fromsyriawithlove.com

Note: The talk and documentry include descriptions of the realiy of war and life as a refugee that that some people may find distressing.