Community

Charlbury Refugee Action Group (CRAG)

Charlbury Refugee Action Group (CRAG):

  • Raises funds to assist in the alleviation of poverty, distress, ill health and homelessness among refugees
  • Aims to promote and raise awareness in the local community of the human rights of refugees
  • Campaigns for the humane and sensitive treatment of refugees

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For the latest news about refugees

Please check the CRAG Facebook page

CRAG newsletters:

01/03/2010 - A big thank you

29/01/2021 - Reading and baking in lockdown

30/12/2020 - The CRAG 2021 New Year Challenge

15/12/2020 - A look back over 2020 with CRAG

03/12/2020 - CRAG's Christmas appeal and ideas for Christmas gifts 2020

25/11/2020 - Deadly Crossings report 

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CRAG Book Sale - now over 1,400 titles to choose from.

Please browse the latest catalogue and email capricornclive@aol.com to place your order. 

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CRAG recipe booklets

  • Our new digital recipe booklet Cracking Cakes and Brilliant Bakes features 23 recipes for the mouth-watering teatime treats enjoyed by so many at our concerts, cafés, and tea parties.
  • The recipes include maple nut cake, toll house cookies, Earl Grey & raspberry cake and orange & almond cake. 
  • Please email recipes@charlburyrefugee.org.uk for more details. 

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Contacting CRAG

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Other links

Read the CRAG constitution 

Read our privacy policy and privacy statement. There is additional information on the sign-up form.

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