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InterAct Environmental Film Project: come along to our special screenings

Interact has organised an interaction day as part of the Mayor of London’s volunteer scheme, Team London, at Kentish Town City Farm

Volunteers aged 16-25 of all faiths can come and interact with each other and help out on Sunday March 25th from 10am-3pm. Get involved and make a real difference at this city farm.

Interact is a non-profit organisation based in Kentish Town that organises for young people of all faiths to engage in their wider community through projects that encourage shared and responsible citizenship.

E-mail Amber to apply for a registration form. Or get in touch to find out more about other days we have coming up. Lunch provided and travel expenses.

Email: amber.interactuk@gmail.com
Website: http://interact.btck.co.uk/



Interact invites you to an Interact Get Together & Special screening on 
Tuesday March 27th at 15:00 at Camley Street Natural Park. 

The afternoon will start with a screening of our new Eco-Act film. In this film we are trying to raise awareness about fighting climate change from different faith perspectives and encouraging action. Afterwards there will be a short Q&A with some of the film makers

The people of Camley St Park have kindly allowed us the use their pizza ovens, so to round off the afternoon there will be time to celebrate with pizza and other snacks. 

Alternitavely, why not go to our screening at:

On Tuesday April 3rd at 15:00 at Islington Ecology Centre

RSVP to amber.interactuk@gmail.com if you want to come along for one of these screenings!


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