“Scouse in a bowl-Is Good for your Soul” or so think the 12 studio members of Baltic Clay Liverpool.
Our busy Baltic Clay potters along with some of our pottery neighbours from across the North west have been working hard for the second year to create specially made bowls that are unique to this event. You’ll be able to choose your favourite one to eat your Scouse in and then take it home!
We’d like the people of Liverpool to join us for tea
On: Friday 23rd February
When: 5 – 6.30pm and 7 – 8.30pm We’re halving the bowls for two sittings this year!
At: Fodder, Unit G5, Queens Dock Business Centre, 67-83 Norfolk St, Liverpool L1 0BG
Come along, choose your handcrafted bowl and we will fill it with Scouse or Soup for a minimum donation of £10. Not only do you get a warming meal, but you get to take the bowl home with you. We will even wash your bowl for you after you have eaten.
The proceeds of the event will be donated to two charities The Whitechapel Centre and Savera UK.
The Whitechapel Centre is the leading homeless and housing charity for the Liverpool region (Registered Charity No. 1013060). This hard-working local charity supports people who are sleeping rough, living in hostels or struggling to manage their accommodation. Homelessness is an issue that affects people throughout the year.
Savera UK is a charity dedicated to tackling domestic abuse within black and minority ethnic communities, and raising awareness among professionals and practitioners and the community of these harmful practices and domestic abuse. Savera UK (Registered charity number 1145564) has made an outstanding contribution to protecting some of the most vulnerable and marginalised individuals in our local communities.
We hope that bringing together like-minded people over a simple bowl of food at the end of February, while raising funds for the Whitechapel Centre and Savera Uk, will help show our collective support for the important and on-going work of both charities.
This event is supported by: Baltic Clay and Fodder Canteen & Craft Workshop