Let’s Dance! Fundraising event for SASS


Join us 12th October for a 70s/80s night fundraising for Swansea Asylum Seekers Support Group


About this Event

Remember the 70s/80s?

Join us Saturday 12th October

Let’s Dance

7.30pm – til late

Swansea Dockers Club, St Thomas, SA1 8BT

Tickets £10 – asylum seekers free.

All proceeds go to Swansea Asylum Seekers Support Group


For tickets email sandra.richards@assembly.wales or ring on 01792 460836

or use Eventbrite – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lets-dance-tickets-69983611867



  • SASS is a community of Swansea people, including refugees and asylum seekers. They are “Newcomers and Locals United”.
  • Think of any country in the news because of war, persecution, and chaos. Survivors are here in Swansea. We welcome them.
  • For nearly 20 years, SASS has helped uprooted people find sanctuary, peace, and start a new life in Swansea. The need keeps growing.
  • They have 100 volunteers help out at their friendly drop-ins or give destitute asylum seekers temporary homes.
  • They link with all the different projects which also welcome asylum seekers in and around Swansea.
  • Please support SASS – Keep Swansea welcoming!

If you can’t make the fundraising event but would like to donate to SASS instead I have attached the details on how you can donate.

Thank you for your support!


Julie James AM for Swansea West


Telephone number: 01792 460836

Cardiff Bay: 0300 200 7137


1st Floor

11 Wind Street



Refugee Week Dinner: Friday 30 June 2017 6.30pm

 Celebrate Refugee Week with us

Friday 30 June 2017 6.30pm

City United Reformed Church, Windsor Place, Cardiff

2 Course Dinner and a Movie   – £12.50

Bring your Own Wine

Kenyan Inspired Menu with food cooked with help from local Cardiff refugees.

The movie “Warehoused” gives an intimate look at the plight long-term refugees face worldwide, by exploring life in Dadaab, Kenya, one of the largest refugee camps in the world. We see the camp’s inner workings through one man’s journey to do everything in his power to provide for his family.


Tickets and info here:



What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The closest local train station is Queen Street Station and is 5 minute walk away. Limited car parking is available behind the church. Lots of pay and display car parking is available in the surrounding streets, and in nearby parking garages.

What can I bring into the event?

Bring your own wine, and pay a 50p cost per glass

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Email questions to a.mcqueen@asylumjustice.org.uk

Twitter: @asylumjustice

Asylum Justice is a registered charity (Reg No 1112026) regulated by the

Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (Reg No N200800025)