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Young Lewisham charity film night: June 26, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
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Young Lewisham Project


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19-06-2015 09:27 AM

Please join us for very special charity screening on Friday 26th June, a cinematic double bill, a collaboration between local charity Young Lewisham Project and MediCinema.

We are screening independent short documentary 'The Boy Who Flies' followed by the classic 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid'.
Tickets are £10 (£5 children), and include a glass of fizz or fruit juice.
Snacks will be on sale as well during the intermission.

Please come along and support us and see two wonderful films.

St Thomas' MediCinema, 6.30pm 26th June.

You can buy tickets here

The Young Lewisham Project, based in Forest Hill, is a registered charity set up in 1974 to provide young people aged 13 – 19 opportunities to engage in challenging vocational activities, learn new skills and gain accreditation in a safe environment. The programmes and workshops are run and managed by a small team of dedicated staff and volunteers.

Our Bicycle Group are servicing and refurbishing donated bicycles that will be sent to young people in Malawi. They will then use the bikes to get to school as there is no public transport in the countryside and they often have many miles to walk to school. Money raised will help to buy spare parts and tools to be sent with the bikes.

MediCinema is a charity dedicated to bring the power of cinema to patients
across the UK. We build, install and manage state of the art cinemas, screening the latest releases, in hospitals and health facilities, free of charge. We do this so patients can enjoy the excitement and escapism that a trip to the cinema brings to each of us.
We accommodate patients in beds, wheelchairs, on drips or monitions so that everyone can enjoy our 'cinematherapy' in this safe, stimulating environment.



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