The Walk a Mile march, in partnership with CAFOD, will include a short talk on the global child refugee crisis by SOS Children’s Villages UK CEO Alison Wallace. Supporters will then march together towards the Emmanuel United Reformed Church, where there will be a talk by MP for Cambridge Daniel Zeichner. Cambridge is a city of sanctuary that has supported those escaping war and persecution since the Jewish Kindertransport of WW2.
Bring your families and friends – the more of us who stand together in support of child refugees, the more chance we have of improving the lives of some of the world’s most at-risk children. Together we can be a force for change for child refugees around the world.
From 10.30am – Supporters gather at Parker's Piece, Cambridge CB1 1JE
11am – Talk by SOS Children’s Villages UK CEO Alison Wallace
11.10am – Walk a Mile begins
11.50am – Talk by MP for Cambridge Daniel Zeichner
12pm – The Great Get Together, Emmanuel United Reformed Church, 3 Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1RR
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