Family walk in nature

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Wonderful walk with refugees and asylum seekers – through the woods – finding things. Then back to Beryl’s house for lunch, with the smaller children making drawings and tongue twisters for older ones. Many thanks to Marian and Beryl for organising such a successful day. Together We Grow also took a car full of duvets, […]

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Management committee meeting

Together We Grow’s management committee met on 1st April to make plans for the coming months. Here are some of the ideas for possible activities: * Going to the seaside * Have a camping weekend * Participate in the Blackshaw Head’s Great Get Together * Attend the handmade parade in Hebden Bridge * Visit the […]

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Oxfam event

Oxfam held an inspiring evening of film, photo, talks and tea on Wednesday 27th March at 6.30-8.30pm at the Waterfront Hall, Hebden Bridge town hall. Light supper was provided. Together We Grow’s refugees and asylum seekers were invited to come. Oxfam has been very supportive of Together We Grow for a long time. Some asylum […]

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Arabic cooking class

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Together We Grow and Lamet Habayeb jointly arranged an Arabic cooking class at the Central Methodist Church. Sixteen people participated making many different recipes and eating the made food together. Everyone got a written copy of the recipes. We had invited Incredible Edible Todmorden, Central Methodist Church and 3 Valley Vegans to participate in the […]

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Red Cross event every Monday

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We took a car load of donations to the Red Cross event, which takes place every Monday from 10am to 3pm. Apart from ESOL classes, a free hair dresser, advice workers from various agencies, games and drawings we also had a warm meal thanks to a small army of volunteers. It was useful to speak […]

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Donations to TWG

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Many thanks to Carol for her £200 donation – her winter fuel allowance. We can do so much more with the donations we receive from the public – most of which come through https://localgiving.org/donation/togetherwegrow. Also thanks to the Co-op members who have donated their 1% to Together We Grow. So far it has raised £471.18 […]

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