Anti-slavery week, beginning 17th October Join the Abolition Initiatives  Kickoff Event for Antislavery Week  at the Ropetackle Centre, 17 October 2022 at 11:00am – 12:30.

Were you shocked by Mo Farahs story of being trafficked and enslaved as a child? Did you know, statistically, there are slaves living and working within a few miles radius of your home?

Learn about slavery today and how you can make a difference, by joining the fight against this modern day scourge. If we work together we can make our world slavery free in our lifetime!

This kickoff event will include the following:

* Keynote Presentation by Elizabeth Matthews, followed by Q&A

* Music led by Elizabeth

* Creation of  a symbolic chain to represent slavery, one link at a time, using provided materials

* Writing on each link the words and phrases associated with slavery today, such as

* the Antislavery Help Line Number 0800 121700,

* the signs of slavery

* abolition phrases like “We See You”

You can attend additional meetings too and help Shoreham-by-Sea create the longest symbolic chain ever!

More events during Antislavery Week take place at:

18 October (Antislavery Day) 7:30pm, St. Peters’ Church Hall, 61 West Street

19 October 7:30pm, Crabtree Inn, 6 Buckingham Road

23 October Noon, Saint Mary de Haura church

This final event on 23 October, will bring us all together in the heart of Shoreham-by-Sea, immediately after the morning church service, at St. Mary de Haura. Here we will combine all the chains created at the other events, and then break them to symbolise that We Can Break the Chains of Slavery in Shoreham-by-Sea.



Transition Town Worthing Repair  Café Book now for our next Repair Café session on Saturday 29th October– 10am-4pm at the Quaker Meeting House, 34 Mill Road, Worthing, BN11 5DR. As usual our amazing team of volunteers will be on hand to share their skills and help you to repair a wide range of damaged and broken items and save them from landfill!



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