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Tickets: £10 on the door Time: 7:30pm Address: Copleston Centre, Copleston Road SE15 4AN The concert starts at 7:30pm but if you turn up early at 7:00pm, you’ll get a special fiddle and mandolin warm-up thrown in. Expect beautiful music in a friendly, intimate setting. Refreshments available.
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In early October, we launched our new Women’s Group, thanks to the efforts of our wonderful team of volunteers: Felicia, Adela, and Viki. Every Wednesday, from 12 to 1 p.m., we gather at the Trinity College Centre, extending a warm invitation to all adult women, aged 18 and above. We’re pleased to share that 25 women have already become part
This wonderful choir organised a great evening of singing with three other local groups. Our Volunteer Coordinator Issy, spoke about our work, and there was a raffle of generously donated prizes – mainly from local traders which raised over £1000 for SDCAS. A particularly special thank you to Kay Perry for leading the team of SDCAS volunteers who helped make
We are looking forward to a magnificent performance of Verdi’s Requiem by the excellent London Docklands Singers and Marcel Sinfonia next month. The concert is in aid of Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers. Many supporters will remember this wonderful choir and orchestra from their concert in 2017 which helped raise funds for us. We strongly recommend booking in advance for
Meet Henry I’m the newest recruit on the team, having volunteered with SDCAS for just a month. I serve as a key member of our fundraising team, taking on responsibilities that include organising events, crafting bids, and engaging with our generous donors. What inspired me to join SDCAS is deeply personal. I come from a family of refugees, and it’s