A HUMAN rights charity is inviting supporters to a tea and coffee morning to raise funds for its work.
Amnesty International is holding the Amnes-TEA event at Fulwood Unitarian Old Chapel on Saturday May 7 at 10.30am. All proceeds will help the charity’s campaigns around the world.
Amnesty started as a group of volunteers in 1961, and is now a huge cause.
The charity campaigns to stop violence against women, as well as ending torture and the death penalty.
Organiser Jean Mason said: “The Unitarian movement has had a long association with Amnesty and its achievements.
“It fully endorses the right of all humans to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.”
For more information call Jean on 0114 2305482.