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Somali kitchen link brings a taste of Africa to Stroud

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Stroud residents will be able to enjoy authentic Somali finger food and watch a special screening of a Somalian drama at a special event to celebrate Djiboutian culture through film and food.

The Gravedigger’s Wife will be shown at the Trinity Rooms in Stroud on 18th February, starting at 2pm. Hailed as “visually captivating” and “deeply moving,” The Gravedigger’s Wife intimately captures the personal toll of poverty in Djibouti City through its compelling lead performances and evocative imagery. Already praised at numerous film festivals, and winning awards for Best Film and Best Actor at the Pan African Film Festival, the film has captured both audience and critics.

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The film screening is one of a series of events as part of a twinning link between Somali Kitchen Bristol and Stroud Community Agriculture and is hosted as part of the Stroud Film Festival. The Stroud Community Agriculture-Somali Kitchen Twinning Project is a Bringing People Together project supported by the Real Farming Trust. The purpose of the project is to bridge social divides and build understanding between people involved in growing food in rural areas and urban based social justice projects and the people they support.

Somali Kitchen work in inner city areas of Bristol with their network of mothers who would like the children to experience nature and space but most of the people in the group rarely ever leave the city.

For 20 years, Stroud Community Agriculture has been providing organic vegetables with almost no food miles to 200 families in the Stroud Valleys. As a community-supported agriculture farm, farm workers and members share the risks and rewards.

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