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Exeter residents raise over £1200 for Circus to Borders at Pop UP Meze Restaurant

Pop Up Meze Restaurant in Exeter- some of the organisers.               _Emma Allan, Claire Wallwork and Fran Allen who helped organise the fundraising Meze Meal (Copy 2)                                                                                                            (Above: Some of the organising team members)

A group of Exeter residents have raised over £1200 for Circus to Borders at their  fundraising pop up Meze Restaurant, held at St. Sidwell’s Centre  on 14/5/16. Diners at the family event were treated to plate loads of delicious Middle Eastern  food and desserts while enjoying the music of Spin 2, Bully and the Mud Skippers and Kalash Tribal bellydancers.

Circus to Borders are performing artists from circus and stage backgrounds who volunteer time and money to provide entertainment and hope for the many families and children who are in the immigrant camps in Calais and Dunkerque. They try to give young people something exciting to do to raise  spirits and hope.

Well done to all the organising team including Claire Wallwork, Katharine Holley , Emma Allen, Fran Allen , Veron Matthews and Jason

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Above:Kalash Tribal bellydancers/Spin 2

Fran Allen (copy)


Fran Allen