The World Is Ours / Sun 18 Dec / 3:00pm

The Hidden Gardens in partnership with The Glendale Women’s Café, Wipe The Tears, Refuweegee & Diversity Arts present

‘The World Is Ours’
A fireside gathering on International Migrants Day
Sunday 18 December 3-5pm

Celebrating the contribution of migrants across the world & remembering those who have lost their lives making their journey to safety

On International Migrants Day 2016, Scotland’s sanctuary gardens dedicated to peace host a moment of togetherness and exchange in recognition of the struggles of migrants across the world as well as their positive contributions to our society.

Join us for a moment of reflection and togetherness including:
° Planting dedication in remembrance of ‘The Last Gardener of Aleppo’, Abu Ward, led by Syrian Charity Wipe The Tears
° Joyous Choir
° Rising Stars Choir
° Diversity Arts
° Write letters of welcome to refugees with Refuweegee*
° Delicious free hot food and drinks by the Men’s Group

A scented white rose will be added to the unique plant collection of The Hidden Gardens in remembrance of ‘The Last Gardener of Aleppo’, Abu Ward. Abu Ward was killed by a bomb in Aleppo, three weeks after being filmed for a short Channel 4 documentary. Pollokshields-based Syrian charity Wipe The Tears will lead this dedication. This moment will not only remember Abu Ward, but also all those who, like him, have made valuable contributions in their host and home countries.

“Flowers help the world and there is no greater beauty than flowers. Those who see flowers enjoy the beauty of the world created by God. And when you smell them they nourish the heart and the soul. The essence of the world is a flower….The World is Ours.”
(The late Abu Ward, 2016).

Refuweegee will also be on hand to receive donations to their Welcome Pack appeal.
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Free and unticketed. All welcome.
Outdoor event. Dress for Scottish Winter.