Cornwall Takes Tea with the World

As featured on the BBC Radio Cornwall Breakfast programme

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Over 40 people had a great time at the All Saints, Truro Cornwall Takes Tea with the World.

Ellie and Jennie from Inclusion had a great time with families and residents of the area welcoming everyone.

The first tea took place at St Mary’s Catholic Primary School

Inclusion Cornwall is working with communities to bring residents and those from other Countries around a table, in a café or in a field (croust) and share how they live and work shoulder to shoulder.  Creating a common agenda that shows the rest of Cornwall that we promote tolerance and understanding through respect for all.

Inclusion Cornwall has secured a small amount of funding from the Common Good Fund (Near Neighbours) to work with Local Councils, Churches and Groups across Cornwall.  We are here to work with you to organise a Tea and are able to cover costs, however if you are able to fund the tea yourselves then we can have more tea’s across Cornwall, we would like to work with you if you like our idea for a tea in your area.  We hope to create a common agenda that shows the rest of Cornwall that we promote tolerance and understanding through respect for our Immigrants and Migrant Workers from making tea.

We hope that Town and Parish Councils along with churches and community groups will come together to help Inclusion Cornwall in bringing our Immigrant  and Migrant Workers into the communities they are working in during this post Brexit time.

If your organisation is interested in getting involved, to plan a tea in your area please contact agilbert@cornwall.gov.uk  or call Bev 07772565655.

Cornwall Takes Tea A4 poster

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