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By mpika, Oct 14 2016 10:22AM

We are sending a container to Zambia in November and would welcome items from our Wish List to help fill it. Contact: 07882657072


Industrial size all electric cooker

Household size all electric cooker

Kitchen units

Strong work boots for farmers

Overalls

Single mattresses

Single bedding

Food (non-perishable with long use by date - Feb 2017 or later)

Metal petrol carrying can

Blood pressure monitors

Paracetamol

Sudocrem or similar

Soap/toothbrushes/toothpaste

Paper/pens/pencils

School bags

School shirts/shoes/socks in good condition

Laptop for Dr Tuesday

Sewing thread and materials

Large pans

Money - to help with shipping or buying goods to send


We already have enough of the following - thank you: shovels/spades/hoes, cabinets and office equipment, clothing, bicycles, school tables, IBCs and much more.






By mpika, Jun 19 2016 08:38PM

Our concert at Black Dyke Mills was well attended and the talents of our performers - Knock on Wood and United Harmonies - were enjoyed by all. The evening attracted a new sponsor for Mpika and raised £400 towards our activities at the orphanage.


A huge thank you to all who worked so hard to make this event a success.

By mpika, Apr 22 2016 11:07AM

A benefit concert will be held on Saturday 4th June at Black Dyke Mills, Queensbury, Bradford starting at 6.30 pm. The concert will feature United Harmonies African Singers and Knock on Wood (African Drumming Class).


Tickets £5, children free, available from Mpika Shops, Firth Cycles (Queensbury), and also on the door. Or contact 07882657072. Refreshments will be available but feel free to bring your own.


Black Dyke Mills, Brighouse Road, Queensbury, Nr Bradford, BD13 1QA


Transport to be arranged - please get in touch for details.


Keep the date - Saturday 4th June

By mpika, Mar 22 2016 05:22PM

We have made changes to the Black Dyke Mills furniture store including expansion to the end of the mill building, and it has a new coat of paint. A big thanks to all our hard working team for making this possible. If you haven't yet visited the mill, you will be amazed at the range of furniture, bikes, prams, excercise equipment, books, clohting and toys etc. If you visit on a Saturday before 2.30pm you can get a delicious breakfast.brunch/lunch upstairs at the Black Dyke Heritage Centre.

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