Act OF HOPE & REMEMBRANCE #NHCAW

Speakers

This year's speakers are yet to be confirmed. 


BSL Interpreters confirmed

Partnership

#NHCAW is organised by 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign in partnership with Stop Hate UK.

St Paul's Cathedral

We are honoured to be welcomed by St Paul's Cathedral. 

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Diversity Choir

We are very pleased that the Diversity Choir will be joining us again this year.

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Lighting Of Candles

Each year a National Candle of Hope and Remembrance is lit and remains in the Cathedral for the duration of the week.

Boook Your Free Tickets

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Order of Service

 AN ACT OF HOPE AND REMEMBRANCE FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY HATE CRIME


A special service to bring communities affected by hate crime together during National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW 2017.The week takes place between the 14th October to 21st October 2017.


17:00 Diversity Choir Rehersal

17:30 Greet Guests on the Steps of St Pauls Cathedral

18:00 Guests take seats under the dome

  • Diversity Choir as people arrive
  • Greeting by St Paul's
  • Bible Reading
  • 2 Short speeches Mark Healey / Rose Simkins
  • Diversity Choir piece
  • Lighting of National Candle of Hope and Remembrance
  • Poetry Reading
  • 2 Short speeches
  • Diversity Choir piece as people leave

18:45 End of Act of Remembrance19:30 St Paul's Cathedral closes,


This year the National Candle of Hope and Remembrance will be lit in memory of MP Jo Cox, and all those killed and injured during the London Bridge, Westminster Bridge, Manchester and Finsbury Mosque attacks.


A retiring collection will be taken in aid of 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign with any funds raised dedicated to tackling hate crime in the UK. 


Letters of Support

Letters 2017

Letters will be added here in due course.

Letters 2016

Letters 2015

Letters 2014

Letters 2013

Letters 2012