Fancy getting involved? From magic Lantern film nights, sewing workshops, fetes, festivals, cycles or putting on your own event there are plenty of ways to help and have fun!

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Events

Something to keep you warm

November 6, 2016 Events

A massive thank you to all the Together yarn bombing crew, not only did your crochet skills add something special to the decor at Together they’re now making Shifra smile.

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The winners of the 2016 International Sunflower Challenge are…

September 25, 2016 News

There are two opportunities for victory in the Awamu sunflower challenge – both tallest flower and widest face flower are up for grabs. Who has won the 2016 challenge? 

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Together we are changing lives

August 16, 2016 Events

Never in our wildest dreams did we imagine Together could be so magical or achieve so much.

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New festival will raise money to help children in Uganda

July 16, 2016 Events

We’ve had a lovely write up about our party in the Wiltshire Times this week.

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TA-DA! THE THEME, LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND TINY ONES, FOR TOGETHER IS…

July 12, 2016 Events

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Sunflower challengers take note..

June 1, 2016 Events

We had some top advice for all Awamu sunflower challengers from Helen Yemm, the Daily Telegraph’s ‘Thorny Problems’ columnist this weekend. 

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Awamu’s International Sunflower Growing Challenge 2016

April 5, 2016 Events and workshops

It’s back and this time we mean business!

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Working together with Kilpatrick school and the Shaw Trust

November 6, 2015 Events and workshops

This November the Shaw Trust launches our new Awamu-Kilpatrick jewellery range in their Bath store.

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The winning flowers

September 28, 2015 Events

Check out the winners flowers and compare heights….were you a runner up?

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A little bit of magic..

September 27, 2015 Events

So this happened in Kikone slums last night…

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