The unveiling of the pillar at the MK Rose to mark World Refugee Day.
Talk by Tim Norwood for St Michael’s, Woburn Sands.
Thursday June 20th: To celebrate World Refugee Day meet us at 6pm at the MK Rose in Campbell Park for a short ‘gathering’. Deputy Mayor Andrew Geary to attend. 6.30pm onwards at MK Gallery event space (short, accessible walk from the Rose) for informal celebration, conversation, nibbles and soft drinks.
Report from the Deanery Leadership Team in October 2018
World Refugee Day takes place on the 20th June. This year we organised a gathering at the MK Rose.
Report from the Deanery Leadership Team: What’s been going on since November…
On 19th February at 6:30PM Refugees Welcome Milton Keynes hosted a special Supporters’ Meeting in which we asked for supporters to step up and ‘Do Something Big’.
Help us set the agenda! The work with refugees in MK is reaching an important crossroads! As we mentioned in our previous newsletter, we are looking to you, our supporters, to help us make decisions about the way forward. Our group Refugees Welcome Milton Keynes (RWMK) began two years ago as a Citizens MK campaign, […]
Greenbelt is a festival of arts, faith and justice. It started way back in 1974 and has hosted its annual festival every single year since. But thinking of Greenbelt as just another ‘festival’ doesn’t do it justice. It is also an idea, a way of seeing, a gathering of the clans – part movement, part […]
(by Tom Bulman from CitizensMK) Kim Opszala of Dentons LLP UKMEA was formally thanked by members of the Refugees Welcome MK team, Marc Eisenstadt (pictured left) and Tim Norwood (right), for her and her colleagues’ pro bono work in producing legal documents for their constitution as a charitable incorporated organisation. “I look forward to continuing […]