BCU students tackle homelessness with rum

BCU students tackle homelessness with rum

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Legacy Events is inviting you to ‘The Rum Shack’, a relaxed evening filled with live acts, reggae music, humour and flavoursome food.

In a politically turbulent time, Legacy Events has created an event to celebrate Caribbean culture which has been an integral part of the British community since the 1950s.

Come down to the charity fundraiser on Thursday 28th March at the Bierkeller on Broad Street. The event starts from 7.30pm and includes a range of canapés plus a complimentary rum punch.

With soothing jazz acts including double MOBO award winner, Soweto Kinch and Cleveland Watkiss MBE you will be submerged into the relaxing Caribbean atmosphere.

Legacy Events was conceived by a group of 8 local university students from Birmingham City University.

An objective for the team is to raise a minimum of £150 which will be donated to St. Basils; they have already surpassed this by raising a brilliant £1,800!

This charity helps 16-25-year olds in the West Midlands area who are affected by homelessness. “This module isn’t just about your grades; it’s also about people’s lives.” – Barrie Hodge, a dedicated member of the charity.

#HelpUsHelpThem by raising money for this worthy and deserving charity at The Rum Shack; where the Caribbean atmosphere brings everyone together with laughter, music and food.

Forget Brexit, Legacy Events are here to cancel bad feelings and bring good vibes.

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