(June 2017) Day for Tibet

On Sunday, June 18th there will be a day dedicated to awareness of the plight of the Tibetans.

11.a.m. ‘Return from Rewalsar‘: a talk by York Tibet Support Group organisers Dee and Rowena on their recent visit to Rewalsar in N. India, home to many exiled Tibetans.

12.30 p.m. Curry iunch provided by the Gurkha Spice Restaurant, price not included in entrance ticket.

2.30 p.m.Screening of the latest film, duration 60 minutes, by Nawang N. Anja-Tsang, (Sonam), ‘A Mother’s Son’ – a highly acclaimed film about the self-immolation of a Tibetan teenager. This will be followed by a Q and A with Sonam, who has taken his film all over India, to many European capitals and to the US.

Please come for all or part of the day. Tickets £5 from Diana Hughes or from Banbury Museum.

Real pashminas and Tibetan merchandise on sale.

Village Hall, Sibford. Doors open 10.45 a.m.