Tag Archives: December

Write for Rights 2017

4 Dec

W4R17-mosaic-1000pxInstead of its usual monthly meeting in December, the Taunton Amnesty Group is holding a Write for Rights stall at St Mary Magdalene Church, Church Square (off Hammet Street), Taunton TA1 1SA, on Saturday 9th December from 10am–2pm. Please come along and sign a greetings card to a prisoner of conscience.

Light refreshments available in Magdalene’s Coffee Shop.

We hope to see you there!

Next Taunton Amnesty Meeting

7 Nov

Our next meeting is on Tuesday 14th November at the Friends Meeting House, Bath Place, Taunton from 7.30-9.30pm (nearby parking behind Boots). Join us for news about Amnesty International’s campaigns, letter signing and more. There will also be a short talk on human rights in Eastern Europe.

There will be no meeting in December, but instead we will be holding our Write for Rights stall on Saturday 9th December from 10am–2pm at St Mary Magdalene Church, Church Square, Taunton TA1 1SA. Please come along to write messages of support to people around the world who have suffered injustice. Magdalene’s Coffee Shop will also be open for light refreshments.

Hope to see you there!

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December group meeting: Tuesday 10th December at 8pm.

7 Dec

wordcardOur last Taunton Amnesty meeting of 2013 will be an informal seasonal one.  

Join us at 8pm on Tuesday 10th December at the Silver St Baptist Church, for festive food & drink and the opportunity to send messages of hope to those suffering human rights abuses around the world.  This year, Dr Tun Aung (the group’s adopted prisoner of conscience) features in the Write for Rights campaign.

We would like to thank everyone for their continued interest and support throughout the year.

Wishing you all a joyful festive season and peaceful New Year.

About Write for Rights: Every year during November and December, Amnesty International asks people to write a letter and send a message of hope to someone suffering human rights abuses. Presidents, police chiefs and prison governors do take note when they receive hundreds of appeals to release a prisoner, stop the harassment of an activist or change an unjust law. For more information on this year’s cases please click here.

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