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Help transform the Canning Town Caravanserai

11:47 25 March 2014

Volunteers are needed to lend a hand and help transform the Canning Town Caravanserai on Saturday.

The Silvertown Way arts, trade and culture venue will be given a lick of paint and the big gates which were damaged in the recent stormy weather will be repaired and reinstalled.

The cafe is also earmarked for a make-over.

Newham Youth Steel Band, FAITH drama productions, 21 Artists and Rahila’s Kitchen are among the groups which use the space.

For more information, email caravanserai@ashsak.com or just turn up on the day between 11am and 4pm.

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