About the PAD social centre

118 Clifton Street, Adamsdown, Cardiff has been transformed into a collectively run social centre. The “Peoples’ Autonomous Destination” is a place, independent from government or commercial control, to socialise, meet other like-minded people, share ideas & enjoy food, drink, music & films. Importantly, the PAD is a place for people to come together and organise around social struggles both locally & globally.

The PAD is run voluntarily so nobody gets paid & nobody makes a profit, everyone involved can have a say in how it functions, with no leaders or hierarchies. Anyone can come along to a meeting to help organise & take part in making decisions about the PAD. The space is inclusive; open to all individuals with discrimination not welcome & diversity respected.

For more about upcoming events or to get involved, e-mail thepad@riseup.net or come along to a meeting on Wednesdays at 7pm at The PAD itself.

Join our discussion/organising list here:  http://groups.google.co.uk/group/cardiffsocialcentre


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  • The Peoples Autonomous Destination

    The PAD is a social and community space for groups and individuals who will not or cannot work within the constraints of government or corporate control.
  • 118 Clifton Street, Adamsdown, Cardiff, CF24 1LW

  • Get involved!

    If you'd like to get involved or wish to use the venue, come to an organising meeting on Wednesdays at 7pm or
    email us
    To get the most up to date info on what's happening at the PAD
    join the e-mail list
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