Hi there, thanks for a great Assembly
That’s right, we’re thanking you because every part of Sunday Assembly only works if we have people to share in it with us. And also I totally didn’t think we were going to pull off Everybody by Backstreet Boys, but we totally did.
As discussed we’ve got loads of things happening between this Assembly and the next, but first, it’s probably worth pointing out the easiest place to follow us on the internet;
Our Facebook page can be found here – https://www.facebook.com/SundayAssemblyBristol/
You can Subscribe to all our events by going to Events in the middle, and then Subscribe
Our Meetup.com site can be found here – http://www.meetup.com/Sunday-Assembly-Bristol/
Finally, for our super slick website, you can go to https://sabristol.org.uk/
You can get all the events on there straight into your internet enabled calendar by going to Diary and following the instructions there – there’s also a new forum for those not wanting to get involved in Facebook!
Finally finally, we’ll try and keep you abreast of things by emailing you on this email address so keep an eye out. If you don’t have an email address how are you reading what I’m typing right now?
Right, the pre-amble is over, let’s see what exciting things we have this month.
First things first on the 12th of June, we have an exciting display of new Mexican food, which I’ve been assured is better than old Mexican food. On a more serious note, it’s in Pembroke Road, BS3 8EG, starting at 16:00. Email us if you’re planning on attending because we’ll need to give you the full address
Second things second, week after that (19th) we have our Film Club. Reply back to this email if you have an idea for a film we could watch on the theme of All Together Now. It’s at Bundy’s Bar in Clifton at 17:00
We heard a lot about things going on this month in the notices as well.
https://www.neighbourly.com/ – neighbourly.com is a new social network that helps communities make a noise about local projects they care about, and helps brands and organisations listen and understand how they can give support.Companies and brands search for projects where their money, expertise and employees can make a difference. And that means we can match them up to do good stuff together. If you’re based in the UK and you’ve got a project, or if you’re a brand/business owner looking to support the communities you operate in, head over to neighbourly.com to take a look.
Currently, Neighbourly are trying to get a lot of volunteers out there with their work with M&S,more info on their website https://www.neighbourly.com/company/572a0d7db9918e149065cecf/volunteered
http://www.91ways.org/ – “Did you know there are an estimated 91 languages and dialects spoken in Bristol? While language can sometimes act as a barrier, food is a universal language that can bring people together. 91 Ways celebrates the rich flavours and traditions of food from different cultures by sharing our dishes, recipes, and stories together and connecting with each other.”
91 Ways next activity is a group meal covering the flavours of Iran, which is VERY similar to our Culture Club but we’ll let this one slide
That’s everything for now, but if you have any ideas about what could make Sunday Assembly, FUNday Assembly, do get in touch.
This is Chair of Sunday Assembly Bristol signing off,