6th July 2019 at the Oval please visit Eventbrite for tickets by clicking here
When lively lounge singer Deloris Van Cartier (Whoopi Goldberg) sees her mobster beau, Vince LaRocca (Harvey Keitel), commit murder, she is relocated for her protection. Set up in the guise of a nun in a California convent, Deloris proceeds to upend the quiet lives of the resident sisters. In an effort to keep her out of trouble, they assign Deloris to the convent’s choir, an ensemble that she soon turns into a vibrant and soulful act that gains widespread attention.
We want to bring the Cliftonville community together, eat popcorn & hot dogs, and enjoy the unique atmosphere of an outdoor cinematic experience!
A sneak peek at our test set-up for the Cliftonville Outdoor Cinema (with a short section of festoon lights in the background) On the night with deck chairs, hot dogs, popcorn, and drinks this is going to be a fantastic outdoor cinema experience for Cliftonville!!!!
Brilliant launch day at Cliftonville in Bloom, We had 39 entries sign-up on the day for the competition this year. GRASS is absolutely delighted the whole community turned out! A massive thank you to A Better Cliftonville, Ageless Thanet and FOCC for their support.
Friends of Cliftonville Coastline dig and plant beds at the Newgate Gap shelter.
We are delighted to share the wonderful news that the GRASS community notice board has been installed today 1st February 2019 by Thanet District Council.
We would like to thank One Stop for supporting and funding our fantastic community notice board that aims to engage all residents of our community in the Cliftonville West area and tell them about the local events happening with GRASS and other community volunteer street schemes.
The unsung heroes of the district’s voluntary sector gathered last night for the inaugural Thanet Community Awards.
Twenty good causes including GRASS Cliftonville received Winners’ awards in recognition of their dedication to making Thanet an even better place in which to live and work.
The ceremony took place at the Yarrow Hotel in Broadstairs, and the guests were treated to a recorded message of congratulations by award-winning actress and Ramsgate resident Brenda Blethyn.
Friends of Cliftonville Coastline are one of the groups in the Ramsgate Waitrose “Community Matters” charity token scheme.
Shoppers put their token in the box of the project they want to support. The more tokens a cause gets, the bigger the donation they receive. Each month Waitrose donates £1,000 (£500 in convenience shops) between three local good causes.
The group will be in the token scheme throughout December in Ramsgate, so please support FOCC in their bid.
Find them on facebook here or go to FOCC.UK