Here is a brief slideshow of photos from our Refugee Week presence at the Community Iftar in Thrornes Park, Wakefield Cathedral and the awareness event at the Arthouse. Together we are stonger.
A report from Salli Martlew, AIUK Wakefield group member, organiser of a local event for the Great Get Together project, celebrating the work of Jo Cox. The Great Get Together and Wakefield Walk 22 June 2017 Sunshine made all the difference! We arrived at Heath Common at 6.30am to find gazebos and marquees already being […]
iWelcome Activists outside the Arthouse in Wakefield saying it clearly: Refugees are welcome here. Thanks to everyone who showed up. Together we are stronger.
There will be a Coffee, Cakes and Campaigning event on Thursday 22nd June 2017, 10am – 12noon, Quaker Meeting House, Thornhill Street, Wakefield, WF1 1NQ Adults £1.50 – Children and Asylum Seekers FREE Campaign materials and support provided! Come and write a letter, or just enjoy a chat and a cake whilst making a difference! […]
Wakefield Cathedral will be holding a Prayer Vigil on Sunday, 28th May at 3:30PM, led by the Bishop of Wakefield, The Right Revd Tony Robinson. ALL are WELCOME. More information on the Cathedral website here. Please broadcast this to all communities. TOGETHER WE ARE POWERFUL
Come and Make a Difference Seeing nothing but Trump’o’riffic news? Can’t fully engage with “brexit” (not a real word btw)? Feeling angry, frustrated with the world and don’t know what to do about it? Wondering how displaced people fair in a system that is not very welcoming of those seeking asylum and refuge? Want to find […]
Holocaust Memorial Event There will be a musical event at Wakefield Cathedral to mark Holocuast Memorial Day, on Wednesday 25th January. Doors open at 1900 for a 1930 start. More details of this free event, which features Michael Cretu, a musician of Romanian Roma heritage, can be found on the Wakefield Cathedral website here. The local […]