A Festival for Nepal
Although it has been four months since the major earthquakes that devastated Nepal, the people remain in desparate need of support to rebuild their shattered lives.
It will take decades to put roofs back over the heads of the hundreds of thousands of homeless people in Nepal, many of whom are vulnerable and at risk. Particularly as the cold season approaches.
Mellstock celebrates in a spirit of love, peace and generosity, offering thanks for our good fortune at the harvest full moon by sharing with those in difficult circumstances.
Everyone is invited.
Never Ending Peace And Love
All Events held in Mells, near Frome, Somerset.
The WALLED TEA GARDEN
(open throughout, for teas and pizza),
The TALBOT INN.
Saturday 26th 8pm.
'Praying for the Rain'
'A dynamic and compelling blend of contemporary folk,
Celtic and world music with irresistible rhythms, beautifully
crafted vocals and inspired musicianship
.... a truly uplifting experience.'
Sunday 27th September 2015. Noon til 11pm
Tim the Bard
Baka Beyond (t.b.c.)
Featuring at the TALBOT INN:-
Film: Messages from the Kogi by VARSA
Presentation: Current News from Nepal by Marjolene.
Suggested Donation: £10.00 at the door.
Donations will be sent to "Help in Action" a charity working directly with the most vulnerable in Nepal. Also to rebuild a nunnery at Tatopani, where 250 nuns are homeless, and repair a damaged and unsafe medical centre in the middle of Kathmandu. It will be possible to follow the work made possible by our donations.
Everyone is invited
News Update, 2nd October 2015:
A total of £430 was raised, and sent to 'Help inAction'
Many thanks to all who contributed!