Rangjung Yeshe Gomde UK Tibetan Centre
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Rangjung Yeshe Gomde UK Tibetan Centre

It was a great day where existing friendships were strengthened and new friendships made.

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Little Friends of the World
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Little Friends of the World

Little Friends of the World launched in September 2022 as a multicultural baby and toddler group. Meeting in St Faith’s Hall, West Parade on Friday mornings little ones would come and play, enjoy fresh fruit snack and finish with a story from a different country/culture.

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Bridging Youth and Young Professionals in a Migrational Context via Digitalisation
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Bridging Youth and Young Professionals in a Migrational Context via Digitalisation

The Centre for Reconciliation was privileged to be involved in an international workshop on Intercultural Dialogue with participants from Turkey, Austria, France, and the UK.

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Ghana Sankofa Party
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Ghana Sankofa Party

Lincolnshire Ghana Union (LGU) is a community group that aims to bring people of Ghanaian origin who live, study or work in Lincolnshire together to engage in social, cultural, recreational, educational and charitable courses to improve the physical and mental health wellbeing of members.

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H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
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H.M. Queen Elizabeth II

The Board and Officers of The Centre for Reconciliation wish to express their deep feelings and sorrow at the death of H M The Queen

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Cross Cultural Sports Festival:
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Cross Cultural Sports Festival:

TCfR and LFC hosted a Cross Cultural Sports Festival on 25th September 2021 this was in partnership with Active Lincolnshire and funded by Sports England.

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Successful Fairtrade Fortnight:
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Successful Fairtrade Fortnight:

Fairtrade Fortnight began on Monday 21st February - a fortnight to promote Fairtrade. Across the UK thousands of companies, organisations and individuals come to together to share stories of the producers – growing the food that we consume, or mining the gold we wear or growing the cotton our clothes are made from.

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