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WYCAAT’s Big get-together!

An opportunity to meet, talk, discuss and plan in a warm friendly setting. We’ll be looking back at the Stop The Arms Fair Week of Action in September and most importantly looking forward and making plans for action in 2018 and beyond.

Plus (vegan) food and music! All very welcome 🙂

Please do get in touch if you’d like to help in the day and/or if you have any suggestions you’d like to share.

More information to follow – check facebook event

League Against Cruel Sports East Midlands Group

East Midlands supporters meeting for League Against Cruel Sports at 7pm at the Canal House, Canal Street. Nottingham on 2nd Tuesday every two months.

Please let me know if you are able to come along in order to give me an idea of numbers etc.

Nottingham Animal Rights – venue change

Nottingham Animal Rights meets every 2 weeks to plan campaign activities. Due to refurbishments at Sumac the Jan 4th meeting (and the one on 18th Jan) will be at the Peacock.

All welcome – hunt sabs, vegan campaigners, AR activists, people who want to get involved, and people who just want to know more about what we do, including supporters of Animal Aid, Greyhound Action, Hunt Sabs, VIVA!, Vegan Society and the many other groups that we aim to support locally.

You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.

Support Nottingham Animal Rights :

Veggies Food is Here

Veggies Vegan Campaign Meeting

As the next Veggies Crew Meeting would otherwise be on Thursday 28th Dec, let’s bring it forward for a quicky meet-up at 7pm on Thursday 21st, before the 8pm social.

Everyone is welcome to join Nottm Animal Rights, Veggies and other local groups at the social at Sumac next Thursday, 21st December.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1222638087856618/

It’s Pot Luck vegan bring & share event – so expect, &/or bring, some great nosh!

Sumac is also open Friday 22nd & Saturday 23rd and again of New Year’s Eve, (as there is no Brinsley Bash this year).

Join Veggies Volunteers at the Sumac Centre to plan for the many events on Veggies diary.

If you would like to support our work join us at a forthcoming event or find more info at the how-to-help section of our website.

Forthcoming events

Nottingham Animal Rights Christmas Social

This Nottingham Animal Rights meetings is relocating from the Peacock to the Sumac Centre, so that we can hold a bring & share pot luck social meal.

All welcome – hunt sabs, vegan campaigners, AR activists, people who want to get involved, and people who just want to know more about what we do, including supporters of Animal Aid, Greyhound Action, Hunt Sabs, SHAC, VIVA!, Vegan Society, Vegetarian Society, and the many other groups that we aim to support locally.

You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.


Support Nottingham Animal Rights :

Sumac Meeting

Sumac meetings are currently held at 6pm on the 2nd Saturday off each month, to include the People’s Kitchen Meal (rather than on the first Monday).

All are welcome to come and participate. To get involved just drop by and join in!

The Sumac Centre is an independent community and social centre in Nottingham, home to project including the Forest Fields Social Club, People’s Kitchen, Veggies Catering Campaign and Pink 4 The Homeless.

Sumac provides resources, meeting spaces and skills for groups and individuals campaigning for human rights, animal rights, the environment, peace and co-operation world-wide.

Sumac aims to use a consensus process, to work creatively to include everyone decision-making. To find out more about this, see the ‘Groups and Meetings’ briefings at Seedsfor Change

See also Sumac’s Ethical Policy / Secondary Rules.

If you can’t make it to the meetings, subscribe to announcements from Sumac, including reports from planning group meetings.

Sumac Admin (postponed)

Sumac BannerSumac Committee meetings are held at 7:30pm on the first Monday of each month but this one in November 2017 has been moved to Saturday 11th November at 7pm at People’s kitchen on a trial basis.

All are welcome to come and participate, but only members of the committee will have decision making powers. If you would like to apply for membership (having been a Sumac Volunteer for a couple of months) please request an application form which details commitments and responsibilities to membership.

To get involved just drop by and join in!

The Sumac Centre is an independent community and social centre in Nottingham, part of the UK Social Centre Network and Radical Routes.

Sumac provides resources, meeting spaces and skills for groups and individuals campaigning for human rights, animal rights, the environment, peace and co-operation world-wide.

Sumac aims to use a consensus process, to work creatively to include everyone decision-making. To find out more about this, see the ‘Groups and Meetings’ briefings at Seedsfor Change

See also Sumac’s Ethical Policy / Secondary Rules.

If you can’t make it to the meetings, subscribe to announcements from Sumac, including reports from planning group meetings.

Nottingham Green Festival Open Meeting 2017

Nottingham Green Festival held on 17th September 2017, was organised by grass roots, community based volunteers, with no statutory funding.

You are warmly invited to an Open Meeting to celebrate the event, to evaluate what worked & what could be done better and to make plans for the 2018 event.

The meeting will begin at 2pm with a forum for feedback from organising volunteers, crew, performers, stallholders and attendees.

The formal AGM of the organising ciooperative at 3.30 will include recruitment of members of the Cooperative that runs the event. Please consider joining us!

Bentley Effect Screening

The inspiring story of the Bentley Blockade and a discussion with the producer and those involved.

Movement for Compassionate Living AGM

The Movement for Compassionate Living (M.C.L) aims to spread the vegan message and promote simple living and self-reliance as a remedy against the exploitation of humans, animals and the Earth.

Contact to secretary for details of the AGM venue.

M.C.L. Publications are available from Veggies or the M.C.L. website.

Compassionate living is about making connections between the way we live and the way others suffer, between unnecessary industrial development and the destruction of the planet. It involves a commitment to work non-violently for change, promoting lifestyles that are possible for all the world’s people, sustainable within the resources of the planet, environmentally friendly and free of all exploitation of animals and of people.

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