Tag: pcc

#Time4aTimeLimit

The #Time4aTimeLimit campaign is heating up on social networks and letters to MPs.  Still feel like the time limit should of happened already and not sure what the MPs are waiting for?  Maybe these things take time but we still…

Say NO to Detention Centres #Letsgetpolitical

We are proud that Pauline Hawkes has been honoured with the Champion Award for the work she has persevered and achieved with Phoenix Community Care. This award was presented last Wednesday night at the Southbank with Annie Lennox  bring some much needed spotlight to…

art 2 view exhibit

THIS THURSDAY 7th August IS PRIVATE VIEW 6:30 – 9pm @ 639 ENTERPRISE CENTRE, High Road, Tottenham  N17 8AA Art 2 View are organising local artists to show their work at 639 Enterprise Centre.  The reason I am sharing this as a…

Rainbow Alley Prayer Sessions

Thanks for all that came to start  ‘The alleyway prayer sessions’ (especially Julian, Kate, Stuart & Jane who made that extra effort).  Please keep Rainbow Alley in your prayers and the people that walk the streets of Tottenham. We will…

Nathaniel

This was sent to us by a good friend of Rainbow (Walter Otton) and we asked if we can share his article on the our website regarding the recent boy who died from Malaria in the Sure 24 project in Nakuru, Kenya….…

Rainbow Alley Update

As some of you may know we are (with PCC) hoping to get a hub for the Rainbow family to support it’s community.  We prayed over it at the last Rainbow Prayer at Blair and Ema’s and it really feels…

message from Sammy in Kenya

Hi, I pray that this finds you well. we are so excited out here at Rainedge International Centre with all the progress that we are making on the ground. We are indeed seeing changes being effected, seeing us towards breaking…

Haus EP coming soooooooon

ALSO:::: HAUS got an EP Coming out at the end of the month. I saw them last night and they were sick! They seem to improve everytime I see them. Check out there tunes here on Soundcloud

Kenya Trip Spring 2013

Sure 24 children’s home now accommodates 104 children, aged 3 years and up. Each child has a story to tell of how they have ended up in the home and it is hard not to cry when you are told.…