Notes on the Syrian Exodus: “Epic in scale, inconceivable until you witness it”
A personal account documented by Bromsgrove Standard reporter, Anu Shukla, about what she saw when she got to the French refugee camps. Click here
For Refugee Action’s campaign to reunite divided refugee families, follow links on Refugee Action’s website.
13th February 2016, Eid celebration: BRWR chair Yvonne Rendell with Bromsgrove Muslim Community Trust award for humanitarian service.
A Personal View – Margaret Evans Bromsgrove & Redditch Welcome Refugees (BRWR) public meeting on Wednesday 17th February saw the Parkside Council Chamber crowded with 132 people – more chairs were needed to seat us all. BDC Council Chairperson, Caroline Spencer welcomed everybody. Yvonne Rendell the BRWR group chair spoke about how the group was […]
ITN Central News Report – 28th January
‘This seems like a solvable problem’: Jude Law on helping Calais’s refugees As France prepares to dismantle part of the Calais refugee camp – evicting more than 3,000 people – British stars including Jude Law and Tom Stoppard visited to show their support. Can they make a difference? Click here to read the Guardian article.
Wednesday 17th February 7.30 for 8.00pm at the Parkside Suite, Bromsgrove Council House BRWR Integrating Refugees into our Communities flyer public meeting 17.2.16 docx
University of Worcester on Saturday 12 March 2016 Click here for details
At the Celebrating 2016 Together dinner event organised by our member Naeem Arif and his wife Shamim in early January, the owner of Shimla Peppers Chaudhry Julfiker is presenting £200 donation cheque to Mike Carrick and Naeem for Syrian refugees.
News on the Guardian Charity Appeal Open letter to the Prime Minister Nine Lives Theatre Production Consultation on extension of charges for health services Scrutiny of Compass
Bromsgrove Council House, Parkside Market Street, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B61 8DA Our next public meeting on 17th February starts at 8pm, but people are invited from 7.30 for 8.00pm Free car parking after 7.00pm in Market Street public car park. Jenny Phillimore, Professor and Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) at Birmingham University, will […]