Bread is at the heart of all cultures, this family knows that. Our award winning Master Baker is justly proud of his sourdough bread, baked freshly daily using the finest natural ingredients, no additives or preservatives. He quickly found that everyone loves the taste, quality, and texture only he bakes.
Sami Swoi has been providing its customers with individual financial transfer services of the highest level for ten years now. During this period we have achieved an unrivalled leading position in terms of transfers from Great Britain to Poland. Thanks to our wide range of transfer options, we have gained the trust of over 130,000 customers.
Goniec Polski is a free weekly publication dedicated to Polish people living in Great Britain. During its eleven-year operation, the magazine has attracted a wide readership. The magazine is not just aimed at Poles who have settled in the UK, but also at British people with Polish roots.
Scotpipe, a traditional Scottish Pipe band from Edinburgh (http://www.scotpipe.co.uk/), which has been giving concerts for Barka in various locations for the last 10 years
Barka UK is fortunate to have many friends and supporters. The story of the friendship between Barka and Scotpipe, a traditional Scottish Pipe band from Edinburgh is an example of how it is possible to help others while doing things that we love.
One of the people, who has been supporting our work for many years now is Mrs. Lesley A. Duncan, Director of Scotpipe from Edinburgh. She was an initiator of the idea behind money collection during last year’s series of events in Edinburg including the closing concert, which was a part of the famous Just Festival within the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world’s largest arts festival that takes place in August each year.
Scotpipe is a group of friends, who meet in order to play together Scottish traditional back pipe music. They also want to help others through their music.
Their friendship with Barka has started close to 10 years ago in Poznan, in Poland, where they encountered many homeless people and decided that they were going to help them somehow. Mrs. Duncan mentioned that she was deeply impressed by the Barka’s ethos of work.