SATURDAY 16th MAY, 2015 – Scottburgh (12:00)
Please support this initiative, which is an ideal opportunity to highlight the situation in Tibet. Some friends in Johannesburg are joining a mountain bike cycle race called Sani2c. This even is held every year and consists of 3 days travelling from Sani pass to the Indian ocean, ending in Scottburgh. This year there are 1,500 riders with many supporters over the 3 days from 13 to 15 May. It’s a big event. Our friend, together with 16 people have decided to ride in Free Tibet cycling shirts. Go to for more info on the race.

We would like as many supporters as possible to meet the riders at the finishing line in Scottburgh on SATURDAY 16th MAY, (at approx. 12:00). Supporters can wear our bright orange ‘Peace in Tibet’ t-shirts and hold Tibet flags…. PLEASE JOIN US for a day out with the family and we will order your t-shirts (cost R70.00 each – they would normally sell at R80.00).

Are you keen? It will be a fun day at the coast for you and the family.

T-shirts will be made available, but we need to order these soon, therefore, please forward Elizabeth: your t-shirt size, together with your contact details. We will be in touch closer to the time where we can meet and hand out the t-shirts.

Sunday 28 June – film morning at the Breathing Space in Glenwood (please add your name to our mailing list to ensure you receive updates)

Saturday 11th July at 16:00 – celebrating the Dalai Lama’s 80th birthday with Tibetan Buddhist monk, Geshe Samten-la – the following Groups have expressed their co-operation to support this event; Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA); Earthlife Africa; 350ORG; Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute (SAFCEI); Food for Life Children’s Projects; Gandhi Development Trust; Seeds of Unity; ICON. Venue: to be confirmed closer to the time.

Sunday 25 October – film morning at the Breathing Space

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