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The Bulletin on Bruzz: 28 April

19:52 28/04/2019
Listen back to the reports and interviews from The Bulletin's Sunday lunchtime show on 98.8FM in Brussels

See U

The barracks in Ixelles have opened up to the public this weekend for the first time ever. See U is the largest temporary use project in Brussels. It features a movie theatre, organic market, exhibition spaces, workshops and much more. This weekend was the big opening party. Organiser Jonathan Ectors tells us more.

Relay for Life

Relay for Life is a global movement to raise money for the fight against cancer. Team members of all ages take it in turns to run or walk around a track for 24 hours. Brussels’ international community organises one in Waterloo every year - and Roberto Martinez, coach of the Belgian Red Devils, will be the patron of this year’s event and will be present for the opening ceremony on Saturday at 14.00. We hear from the organisers.

Schuman bread festival

You might not associate the Schuman roundabout with the smell of freshly baked bread. But that’ll be different next Saturday as the Bread Festival returns to the heart of the European quarter. It is happening simultaneously with Europe Day when the EU institutions open their doors to public. Marion Wolfers of Schuman Square tells us about this year’s edition.

Written by Noreen Donovan, Richard Harris, Sophia Moll, Paul McNally