For the second year in a row, Skip Garden throws open its gates for an evening of live music, delicious food, and campfire fun to raise funds for refugees across the world.
The evening kicks off with a discussion from those at the frontline of the crisis, including Change in Nature co-founder Andrew Raingold, whose journey has lead him from Westminister to the heart of the turmoil in Greece.
Following the discussion, there will be drinks, music, and food as part of a ‘Summer Get Together’ where guests can show their support for refugees and have the chance to socialise with like-minded individuals.
The fantastic musical line up includes Jimmy Livingstone, Flora Curzon, Catty Pearson, and Henry Tozer, and the delicious food is prepared by the Skip Garden chefs helped by an army of volunteers.
The evening features a screening of the film Aamir, telling the story of a young refugee boy, as well as stories of resilience, friendship and hope from refugees and those who work with them.
Every penny raised will go straight to the grassroots organisation The Starfish Project, which supports refugees in Athens, Chios and Samos, by providing support and nutritious meals for those fleeing war and persecution.
The discussion between 6pm & 7pm is free to attend. From 7pm, the event is ticketed, and the price includes your entrance fee, the film screening, live entertainment, and food. There is also a cash bar available for drinks throughout the evening.
Summer Get Together takes place at the Global Generation Skip Garden on 14 June. Book your tickets for what promises to be a thoroughly enjoyable and thought-provoking event here. If you fancy volunteering at the event, discover how you can get involved by contacting the Change in Nature team.