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Food Works Not Food Waste Campaign

Deadline 4pm on 24th December 2018

The Real Junk Food Project has been working for the last three years as collecting and redistributing perfectly good food that would have gone to waste, turning over 300 tonnes into thousands of meals. Their strong community of volunteers, suppliers and sp...

Sheffield hostel fears for migrant children

December 2018

Campaigners have handed a petition to Sheffield Council to end the use of the Earl Marshall Guest House in Burngreave to accommodate children of migrants and refugees. The guest house houses single homeless men, and concerns have been expressed at the safe...

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18th October 2018

Film: "Seed: The untold story"

Thu 18 Oct 2018, 7pm, Regather Works, 57-59 Club Garden Road S11 8BU

Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds, yet many seed varieties have disappeared, and agrichemical companies like Syngenta, Bayer and Monsanto control most of the global seed market, making massive profits. This documentary follows passionate seed keepers who are protecting a 12,000 year-old food legacy, battling to defend the future of our food.

Tickets £7 from the link below.

Regather

"On Demand"

Thu 18 Oct 2018, 7.30pm, The Montgomery, Surrey St. S1 2LG

The Natashas Project present a new dance/physical theatre production and awareness initiative on the depths and effects of human trafficking and modern day slavery. It follows the honest movement of characters as they share with audiences the physical and psychological effects on the body and mind.

The production sets out to challenge perceptions and assumptions about manipulation, disorientation and dehumanisation in human trafficking and modern slavery.

Suitable for 12+ years, running time 45 mins followed by Q&A. Please note there is no disabled access at present.

The Montgomery

Talk: Viv Albertine

Thu 18 Oct 2018, 7.30pm, Drama Studio, Shearwood Rd. S10 2TD

Viv Albertine of punk band The Slits talks about her book "To Throw Away Unopened", on her working class life in London, family, power, and being a rebel.

Part of Off The Shelf Festival of Words. Tickets on the door £9/£8 concessions, or in advance £8/£7 concessions, at the link below.

Off The Shelf

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