This Christmas two brilliant organisations are coming together to host a Christmas Celidh in South Manchester.
Have a great night out at an Irish Celidh, in the Chorlton Irish Club, with live music and calling by ALBIREO. No experience necessary, since steps are easy to pick up as you follow the caller.
We will also have a small Christmas market where you can get your hands on beautiful hand crafted gifts and Christmas cards on the night as well as a mince pie or two!
The night is in aid of S.A.L.V.E. International and the Pearl Trust – two amazing small organisations working hard to benifit communities and children on the streets in Uganda through education and income generating projects.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Friday 7th December: 7.30 – 11pm at the Chorlton Irish club (17 High Lane, Chorlton, Manchester, M21 9DJ
Tickets cost £7 in advance and £8 on the door. Only £4 for children.
Tickets can be bought from Sally Yates or Nicola Sansom in advance!
See more about the work of S.A.L.V.E. International: www.salveinternational.org
Helping to provide clean water via a newly built well.
Our well was built by the Busoga Trust, in partnership with Wilmslow Wells for Africa, at Buyala, Jinja, Uganda
Monies from this enterprise help towards schooling
18 local ladies are getting the benefit of running a sustainable business. Monies from this enterprise help towards schooling for their children at Buyala, Jinja, Uganda.
Provide sustainable Honey Co-operative for the local communnity
We are also in negotiations with Bees Abroad with the aim of setting up a bee keeping co-operative in Buyala Town.
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