Beautifully designed cards for sale We are very proud to announce the arrival of TWG Cards with 3 stunning designs by members from Turkey. Sri Lanka and Nigeria. The cards have either a poem or a national saying on the inside cover. Paid for by a specific donation and printed by the local Print Bureau, […]
Brilliant start for the Together We Grow ‘Move the Calderdale Way’ Team . Our team of 15 including 7 children and young people have notched up an incredible 155 miles walking, cycling, dancing, etc in the first week. The team target is 50 miles through the month of September so what a spectacular achievement in. […]
https://www.facebook.com/lightup.black.58 arranged a vigil in front of St Augustine’s Centre in Halifax. A speech and a poem were read out and we all took a knee.
On our Facebook page you can find 34 illustrations by a prisoner teacher because of the opinions . He is an asylum seeker. Can you guess in which country? If you want a pdf version of his story we can email it to you. It is 79 pages long. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org
During Refugee Week we put various pictures, videos, etc on our Facebook page, including pictures made by İpek and Anıl
Leila’s Kitchen, Café & Bar 15 June · Instagram · Massive thanks to everyone who ordered foods for today’s event. Such a fantastic cause, specially nowadays more than any other time we need to say that what a welcoming and diverse place our Great Britain is. Also sorry again that we had to make a cap on […]
Some lovely embroidery done by Theja Godakandearachchi. More on our Facebook page.
Drawings done by Levent – an asylum seeker from Turkey. More of them on our Facebook page. Other asylum seekers and refugees are also welcome to send us their drawings, pictures and videos. Some of you have sent us recordings of beautiful songs and story telling but we seem unable to upload audios to Facebook.
Celebrating Refugee Week At the start of Refugee Week Leila’s Kitchen in Hebden Bridge served 158 pre-ordered 2-course lunches. Leila’s Kitchen is a family run business. Shortly after starting the café it was flooded like many other businesses in Hebden Bridge. Then came the coronavirus which forced them to close and then only do takeaways. […]