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January Norwich FoodCycle Norwich

Lots of different people can be at risk from food poverty and social isolation, particularly at this time of year. Te quite marvelous people at Norwich FoodCycle serve up a free meal to over 100 people including homeless people, vulnerable adults and young families each Friday, cooking up healthy veggie meals using surplus ingredients collected from local suppliers. Everyone’s welcome. Tey’re always looking for volunteers to help with collecting surplus food to chopping, serving, local outreach or fundraising. So check their website if you think you can help, or if you or someone you know could do with a warm, free, nutritious meal, it’s at the Friends Meeting House at 7pm on Fridays.

09 January Plan Fundraiser feat Addison’s Uncle Norwich Arts Centre

Addison’s Uncle are one of Norfolk’s bestest folk acts and they’re not only treating us to some most excellent live music this month at the Arts Centre, they also are raising money for Plan International, a charity that works in over 60 countries promoting children’s education, empowering girls across the world and transforming lives by reducing poverty and violence. Be there to support a lovely and talented Norwich band and helping people around the world at the same time. Check their Facebook event page for the deets.


We’re all as poor as church mice this month, but you can save some pennies by downloading the Droplet app to your smart phone. Plus you’ll even get a free fiver to spend if you use the code ‘Outline’ when you sign up! Droplet lets you pay via your phone and collect loyalty stamps in hundreds of super places in Norwich like Soundclash, Vue, Frank’s, Te Reindeer, Roots and the Grosvenor. Tere’s no fee, yo! Let your fingers do the buying, and mine’s a cappuccino, thanks.

13 January Sleaford Mods – Invisible Britain Norwich Arts Centre

Check this documentary film directed by Nathan Hannawin and Paul Sng about Sleaford Mods, one of the most talked about (and magnificent) bands of 2015. It’s part band doc, part look at the state of the nation, following the Nottingham band on a tour of the UK in the run up to the 2015 General Election and visiting places which probably don’t even exist in the minds of many Starts at 8pm, and it’s Pay What You Can which I sure we can all get down with. Get there early as I expect it’ll be a busy one.

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