Last year, the Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group organised a walk across south-eastern England to show solidarity with refugees and detainees. Each evening, they told stories inspired by the project. As Refugee Tales is published, three of the walkers Avril Loveless, David Herd and Andrea Perry reflect on their experiences.

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It was a joy to be in the story of Refugee Tales. Walking through the glorious landscape of the Pilgrims’ Way and the North Downs in high summer cleared my head, filled my lungs, loosened my limbs, and made me ...


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