Three acts of remembrance have been organised to mark the 17th anniversary of the London Nail Bomb attacks on Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho.
Brixton Remembers 17-24-30 on the 17th April
Meet at the side of the Iceland Store for 6pm Facebook event page
We will meet at 6pm, light three candles representing the three communities that were attacked, hand out information and talk to people about what happened. A minutes silence will be held at 6.30pm. People may go for a drink together afterwards.
Brick Lane Remembers 17-24-30 on the 24th April
Meet opposite Weavers Ward SNT Police Office on Brick Lane for 6pm Facebook eventpage
We will meet at 6pm, light three candles representing the three communities that were attacked, hand out information and talk to people about what happened. A minutes silence will be held at 6.30pm. People may go for a meal together afterwards.
Soho Remembers 17-24-30 on the 30th April
Informal picnic in St Anne’s Garden (Wadour Street) from 4pm Facebook event page
We will have an informal picnic in St Anne’s garden from 4pm. Many people will arrive at the Admiral Duncan from 5pm. Mark Healey (17-24-30) and Rev Simon Buckley (St Anne’s Church) will greet the Lord Mayor’s representative and introduce them at the Admiral Duncan before the procession round to the Gardens for a short service including a couple of speeches, a poem (written and read by a member of the Moore family), and a couple of songs by the Diversity Choir. There will be entertainment at the Admiral Duncan afterwards with Son of a Tutu and Mary Mac. Everyone is welcome.
St Anne’s Garden will remain open for the service, closing at 7pm.
- London Hate Crime Reporting Cards
We will be handing out London Hate Crime Reporting Cards to encourage and promote hate crime reporting, promoting the London Hate Crime Blog and the independent advice and support services available across the capital.
- Information leaflet about 17-24-30 17-24-30 Tri-fold Leaflet 2016 pdf
- London Hate Crime Awareness Campaign briefing document London Hate Crime Breifing Document V02 pdf
Donations are welcome
Click here for Charities Trust Sponsor Me Page for April Acts of Remembrance 2016 #AAR
17-24-30 exists to promote HOPE across the UK. HOPE stands for Hate crime awareness,Operational response to hate crime, Preventing hate crime and Empowering communities to report hate crime and access victim support services.
We organise the April Acts of Remembrance #AAR and the National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW in October each year. We are working in partnership with Stop Hate UK to promote #NHCAW again this year).
We are also working on projects including the London Hate Crime Reporting Cards(we have just sponsored 10,000 cards for distribution) and the development of theLondon Hate Crime Blog to share and promote information.
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