Join Sisters Uncut Newcastle & The Magic Hat Cafe for dinner as part of the Hidden Civil War programme!
Where? The NewBridge Project, Norham House, 12 New Bridge St W, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AW
When? 6:30-7:30pm on Saturday 15th October
What? Food will be made using 'upcycled' surplus food and will be vegetarian/vegan
*** Please let us know you are coming by registering via this eventbrite link for free ***
Who are Sisters Uncut?
Sisters Uncut are intersectional feminists fighting for liberation and an end to male violence.
We are Sisters Uncut. We stand united with all self-defining women who live under the threat of domestic violence, and those who experience violence in their daily lives. We stand against the life-threatening cuts to domestic violence services. We stand against austerity.
If you have any questions, want to know more or want to get involved, drop us an email! -->
Who are The Magic Hat Cafe?
The Magic Hat Café aims to abolish avoidable food waste by ‘upcycling’ surplus food to feed the community, and leading research and activism on food waste.
Food that would otherwise be sent to landfill is collected from local food businesses and households in and around Newcastle upon Tyne. This includes fruit and vegetables that are unattractive; bakery products that can only be sold on the day of production, surplus from food growers and end-of-line or unsold produce.
Sister Uncut NCL: They Cut, We Bleed / part of Hidden Civil War: https://www.facebook.com/events/247744015620400/?active_tab=highlights
Collections are sorted, prepared and stored according to Environmental Health legislation.