Sunday, October 2, 2016

Deal With It - Autumn Events 2016

Weds 5th October: Deal Station Meadow - Tidy up 10-Noon
NB this will only go ahead if not raining

Sunday 16th October: DWI Organising Group 11am
Meet at Landmark Garden/Bar - open meeting all welcome

Thursday 13th October: DDC/KCC Neighbourhood Forum on Environment
Astor Theatre 6-9pm - We will be having a stall there so would appreciate some help
please email if you can help

Sunday 23rd October: Walmer Beach Clean 10am
Meet at Sea Café on Walmer Green for a pop-up Beach Clean
You can help us by displaying the enclosed window poster ...

Friday 28th October: Transition Supper 6:30-9:30pm
St Andrews Church Hall West St Deal

An evening of music, ideas and community meal

We are very fortunate to have Naresh Giangrande a founder member of Totnes Transition and a Director of the Transition Network with us.
Naresh will do a brief talk on the Transition movement so we can get a conversation going on how to transform Deal and Dover
Food: we will be providing seasonal soup, bread, salad and some rice & pasta.
So please bring a main and sweet to share (please label veggie/vegan/etc + if contains nuts/wheat).
Drink: we will provide a welcome soft drink and teas & coffee - please bring anything else you want
Plates etc are all at the venue

Socialise with inspiring ideas....

MC: Adrian O
Music from the Sunshine Ukes and special guests
The event is Free but we are asking for people contribute what they can on the door to cover costs....

As numbers at going to be limited on this please RSVP as soon as possible to either emailing us at or book at our Eventbrite Site here

Saturday 5th November: Seedy Saturday 10:30-1pm at the Landmark Garden
Last chance to get the fruit press out for 2016 - please bring your autumn apples & fruits.

Thursday 10th November: Deal With It evening meeting 7pm
Dealability, Victoria Rd Deal.

Weds - 21st December: Welcome the Winter Solstice at our Dealwali celebration in the Landmark Garden
Music, Food and good company - Please bring candles and jars

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