Special Events

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Happy-With-Refugees-Writing-Wales/dp/0956947379    Thursday 23 January 2014, from 6pm to 10pm, at the Liberty Stadium: The great big book launch event for “ARE YOU HAPPY WITH THAT?” – our latest collection of poems,  stories and essays by People Seeking Sanctuary in Wales.
All free!   All welcome!    (Donations welcome!)Poems, stories, music.     Information about refugee support across South Wales.

Buffet (halal).    Speakers include the Deputy Lord Mayor of Swansea;  Julie James AM for Swansea West; Sian James MP for Swansea East

                        Fun for children with ORGANISED KAOS YOUTH CIRCUS                    

MC: Kevin Ncube, BBC Radio Leicester, formerly a reporter with the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation.

Bus fares paid for asylum seekers. A special bus will go from Tescos (in the city centre) to the Stadium at 6pm.  Taxis home will be paid.  (With funding from the Big Lottery.)Download a flyer or book cover at the foot of this page

Please contact Tom (t.cheesman@swansea.ac.uk) if you or your organisation wants to contribute, make a speech, provide music, set up a stall (set up at 5.30), etc.


30 December – trip to the Panto at Swansea Grand Theatre

Before that, nobody wrote anything! We did have plenty of events!

Saturday 8 September, 6pm-8pm at Swansea Museum: celebrating the “Home from Home?” exhibition with poems from workshops, and launch of “Life Stories” (see Downloads)
120 of us went on a trip to Dan y Ogof caves on 29 January 2012. 
The trip was organised by committee member Mona Balbaki with funding from Communities First Trust Fund.

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