Saturday, 30 July 2011

Jobs in Deptford and New Cross & Come the revolution

At long Last Come the Revolution is set to open end of August, it offers full and Part time jobs in Catering in the Short term, serving great Coffee, Teas and Amazing Ice Cream, Food and other snacks will insure Local People see this is a great place to eat, Drink, hang out or get active.. The Space will offer a Gallery, Meeting rooms, for free use to all Local community groups and campaigns, Will offer a book exchange, Cookery School to every local resident, from Basic ideas to use an Egg, to great healthy cooking on a budget, the school, will be open to all and will cost just £1. Each day the Cafe will offer tea and Crumpet for just £1, or a hot meal any time as the daily special for just £2.Gourmet Burgers with Salard and Oven Baked chips with a Drink will cost just £5, we are selling Organic and fair trade as much as possible, so prices are fast food, but you will get quality.the space will also offer free Advice centre and will have a proper Campaigns Office for Lewisham People Before Profit. the No to Convoy Wharf Campaign and many others will be based here.Wifi and Computers will be avalible and Opening hours are 6am-8pm Monday to Thursday. 6am-10pm Friday and Saturday. 7am-8pm Sunday.
The Spacev is open for Public meetings, Film Club, Poetry, Debating, Parents and Toddlers Groups, This Space by your Support will insue Local Jobs go to Local People and that the profit made will be given back to Community Projects so please support this venue, as a life long community campaigner, i have lostb track of the number of campaigns or resident groups that have failed due to lack of funds, this Venue, will not only give a huge boost to the area, but will your support will give much needed finacial support to groups fighting to protect not just local services, but also help individuals with problems, but also help us make legal challenges on Planning concerns. I have to declare that this is one on my pet projects, i had hoped to use this space as a peoples supermarket, but this idea was scrapped due to lack of local interest. Come the Revolution has come about after listerning and talking to Local residents, Students, community groups and Workers..
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