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Thank you evening at Spike Island Cafe- 29th November 2018

Kalpana donned her apron and cooked a special meal at Spike Island cafe to launch our plans for 2019 and to say thank you to some of our key supporters. 




Fair Saturday – 24th November 2018

We joined Bristol council helping launch Fair Saturday in Bristol; a global initiative created to off-set Black Friday. We prepared breakfast for over 60 people and our menu included Eritrean eggs (similar to shakshuka), spanish style Tortilla, “jazzy” beans ( a family recipe for Kalpna), a beautiful fruit cake, a malawi style donut and a beautiful Bangladeshi sweetened yogurt dish that we couldn’t stop eating!

Kingswood For Ever Community Centre –  Oct 2018

Shiv and Jee created traditional vegetarian dishes at our event in Kingswood


Balkan Supper club – March 2018 – Dino

Photo credit Eliza Moreland



KooKoo 2018 

Photo credit Jose Coello


Malaysian Supper Club – July 2018

Photo credit Dionne Myrianthous





Sana, Negla and Azza’s Sudanese Supper Club  – Photos Courtesy of Ollie Durie


Bristolian Supper and 100th Event Celebration (Photos Courtesy of Jon Craig) 2017

Shiv’s North Indian Supper Club on Thursday 20th April 2017 ( Photo Credit Jon Craig) 

Have you ever wanted to see inside a Hindu temple or taste the flavours of another culture while meeting the people at the heart of its community?

In January Bristol’s Hindu Temple very kindly hosted lunch and a tour around their temple for people in Bristol, including Bristol’s Free School, Refugee Women of Bristol and Bristol’s interfaith community group.

All photos credited to Rob Wicks, Eat Pictures

On Saturday 21st November 91 Ways launched our first Peace Cafe!

Over 30 of Bristol’s language communities were represented at our Cafe, with our guests treated to authentic food made from the heart, including Somali Samboosa, to Russian Beetroot Salad and Iranian Kookoo.  We were so inspired seeing everyone relaxing together and making new connections. Thank you to each and every one of you – individuals, businesses and communities to helped to make it happen.

We were covered in the Guardian, BBC TV and Radio and local press. That day we certainly brought Bristol one step closer to being a more truly connected city.

Credit all photos below: © www.rubywalkerphotography.co.uk


Credit all photos: © JonCraig.co.uk

On 16th June we officially launched 91 Ways with a global party at The Station in Bristol. Take a look at our pictures and see if you spot anyone you know!