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Pulp Friction at the Langport Christmas Fair – 7th December

We are off to Somerset tomorrow with our Smoothie Bike to support Langport Youth Centre raise money for their activities for 2020.

It will be a great event! 

With Kingsbury Band, Ginger & Fred Dance Studio, Lantern Parade finishing off with Fireworks on Cocklemoor

Hog Roast, Food, Mulled Cider & Wine, Mince Pies

Venue:

Town Square, Ridgway and The Angel Langport
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Jessie is a Learning Disability and Autism Leader

Jessie’s commitment to making a difference in her community has been recognised for the work she does through Pulp Friction. She is one of 60 extraordinary people with learning disabilities and Autism making a difference in their communities. https://www.dimensions-uk.org/get-involved/campaign/leaders_list/local-communities-jessie-carter-kay-2019/

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Pulp Friction to be Igloo Hostel Community Group of the Year 2020

What better reason to stay in Nottingham! book online and stay at http://www.igloohostel.co.uk/ a donation from every booking will be made to Pulp Friction. We are very proud to have been chosen and monies raised will support our community activities such as the choir and dance groups.

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Pulp Friction Turkey Dinner Sandwich On Sale Now

Pulp Friction worked with Fareshare and Honest Crust to develop the Turkey Dinner Sandwich. You can buy the sandwich at RVS cafes, Budgens and Londis stores across the country

Sandwiches Making A Real Difference

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New Website Coming Soon

We are in the process of updating our website and hope to launch the new site at the end of November.

Please be patient – we are working on it

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Pulp Friction to feature on Songs of Praise

Pulp Friction will feature on Songs of Praise this coming Sunday, 24th February. The programme is aired at 1.15pm and focuses on the work we do at the Nottingham Fire and Rescue Service HQ.

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Pulp Friction Serving Food at the Belper Arts Trail

PF will be serving food at the Belper Arts Trail on Sunday and Monday the 6th & 7th of May https://www.belperarts.org/ we would love to see you there.

All of the food prepared will be from food surplus.

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Out Shopping! Do You Need Some Peace And Quiet…

The Robe Room cafe will be open on the 28th, 29th, 30th and the  31st December between 10am – 4pm. Do call in and relax in our cosy surrounds, perhaps put a record on the turntable and take your time over a cup of coffee. A great place to hide away from the crowds.

We look forward to seeing you.

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The Robe Room Cafe and Surplus Food

Pulp Friction supports adults with learning disabilities to develop their work, social and independence skills.

What you may not know is that we use surplus food from supermarkets and turn the food that would have gone to landfill into delicious cakes, biscuits, sandwiches and much more. We work with FareShare who supply us with weekly deliveries which we turn into great food.

You can sample what we do at the Robe Room Cafe based at the National Justice Museum in the City of Nottingham.

We keep our prices low but the quality high.

We look forward to seeing you there

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Merry Christmas from all at Pulp Friction

The team at Pulp Friction would like to wish all of our supporters a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year.

The Robe Room Cafe based at the National Justice Museum will be open during the Christmas Holidays. If you are looking for a quiet place to drink a cup of coffee and grab a bite to eat then the tranquility of the Robe Room could be the place for you.

We will be open from 10 am – 4 pm.