Wow! What a few weeks that was!
Refugee Week 2022 went so fast, but it was a brilliant, busy and beautiful time, with loads of events and challenges happening across Berkshire over the course of four weeks (more of a Refugee Month, really).
Thank you so much to every one of you that joined us at any of our Refugee Week events!
We were humbled to have so much public support for the art exhibitions, workshops, award show, football tournament, community picnic and film screenings of Flee and Hostile.
Thank you to all our volunteers, supporters and staff that worked immensely hard to make all of the diverse and exciting events happen over the course of nearly three weeks.
Another massive thank you to every one of you that took part in our Seven Day Challenge, completing small actions to learn about and support refugees here in Berkshire.
Explore photos from just some of our Refugee Week events at the bottom of this page.
It was an amazing few weeks celebrating refugee creativity, diversity, and strength across Berkshire and we couldn’t be more proud
So what’s next?
If you missed our Refugee Week Events and the Seven Day Challenge, there’s still stuff you can do!
Seven Day Challenge
It’s not too late to take on our Seven Day Challenge to help refugees in Berkshire. Click here find our more
St Nicolas Art Exhibition
The Art Exhibition at St Nicolas, Earley is on until 31st July, so there’s still time to visit! Click here for more details
Hostile + Q&A Panel – Newbury
We’ll be announcing the rescheduled date for our screening of Hostile + Q&A Panel in Newbury very soon, so keep an eye on our social media.
Reading Legal Walk
Our next big event is the Reading Legal Walk on Monday 19th September.
The Reading Legal Walk is a 10KM sponsored walk along the beautiful Thames path to raise money for our frontline Advice Service for refugees in crisis.
We want you to sign up your colleagues to walk with us and help refugees in crisis. Click here to find out more