You are cordially invited to join the annual Suffolk Hate Crime Vigil which marks National Hate Crime Awareness Week. 8-15 October 2015
A number of local agencies from across Suffolk will be attending the National Hate Crime Vigil in St Paul’s Cathedral, London to launch the week on Saturday 8 October and would welcome others who wish to accompany us to this event.
This year we are pleased that St Edmundsbury Cathedral have again agreed to host this event in Suffolk. We would invite everyone to join us and mark this important week whilst also reflecting on the impact of Hate Crime on individuals, families and communities.
Hadleigh Community Choir will again be joining us and providing some reflective musical items for our enjoyment and contemplation. A small act of reflection, with words and music will take place before the lighting of the Suffolk Hate Crime Candle. In previous years the candle has been lit by victims of Hate Crime from across Suffolk which have included Carolyn Worrledge, whose brother Nik Moore was murdered in the Admiral Duncan, Soho, bombing in 1999, and Emma Free a campaginer with Suffolk Guide Dogs.