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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