They will hold a charity concert on 9th October at The Bournville Friends
Meeting House with The Cantemus Choir – we will need to sell about 75
The annual Christmas Concert with the Medical Foundation will be on 18th
December at Birmingham Cathedral – more on this closer to the time.
See more at http://bournville.amnesty.org.uk/
Date: 24 July 2010
Barbecue in a large garden. Children very welcome, croquet and table tennis available. Ticket price 8 includes a range of barbecued food and salads (including vegetarian options) and a selection of delicious puddings. (price for under 12’a 4.50). We ask for donations towards drinks
||Fundraising and Social Event
||26 St Bernards Road Olton Solihull
Inspiration for all groups. And if you are a local student group why not join in?
Solihull Amnesty International raised £637 at the annual street collection on 20 February. Thank you very much to all who helped raise such a fabulous amount of money.
Sutton Colfield Amnesty group are hosting a fundraising gig featuring 3 bands ‘Dennis’, ‘All out The Band’ and headliners ‘People’s Republic of Mercia’. The gig will be on Friday 23rd April at Sutton Coldfield Town FC, Coles Lane, Sutton Coldfield. It starts at 8.00pm and entry will cost £5. The music is a mix of rock and blues.
Spring is round the corner and to come and celebrate it with AI Malvern Hills Group at SPRING TONIC next Friday 26 March at 7.30 at the Coach House Theatre, Malvern (off car park next to Malvern Theatres). There’s a great variety of music, comedy, dance and poetry, and it will be an opportunity to have fun and raise funds for Amnesty at the same time.
Tickets are only £8, including a free glass of wine or soft drink, available from Malvern Theatres 01684 892277, or Books for Amnesty, Edith Walk, Malvern 01684 563507. No booking fee at the bookshop.
Click on the flyer above for more information
Amnesty Hours is a new fundraising initiative in which you do good deeds in return for donations. Whether it’s babysitting, gardening or dog-walking, your time and skills can help support our vital human rights work. Find out more at http://www.amnesty.org.uk/content.asp?CategoryID=11763