….as Calais Kitchens hands over all it’s operations to RCK
Since the eviction of the Calais Jungle, we have been working to supply food to the nearby Dunkirk camp and street outreach teams in Paris and London but as the vast numbers of refugees have now left Calais we have decided go back to our beginnings one year ago when Refugee Community Kitchen and Calais Kitchens was one team.
As the Calais ‘Jungle’ was evicted and cleared at the end of October, Refugee Community Kitchen along with Calais Kitchens and Ashram Kitchen continued providing as much food and assistance as we could….here are the daily updates that Steve Bedlam posted to Facebook during those dark and difficult days.
Day 1 of the eviction of the Calais camp 24.10.16
RCK teams are in the camp still serving hot food.
All seems to be going to plan and people are leaving on the buses provided..
Lets hope it remains calm and people find a warm place awaiting them..
Hello people, over these last few weeks we’ve been wondering at the industry and thoughtful collective endeavours of all the volunteers that have made this project and all connected projects possible. This response has been spontaneously created to meet the needs of this crisis, a crisis which is an undeniably profound and sad symptom of what we know is wrong with our global political economy. Continue reading →