A week to go! Homeless Talk at Worcester Arts Workshop with @worcsgreenparty.

There is just one week left before Worcester Green Party hosts their Mixer Event on Homelessness in the centre of Worcester! On Tuesday 8th November from 7pm, Worcester Arts Workshop will be packed full of people from all ages, walks of life and political leanings to hear about homelessness, its causes, its reasons and its challenges.

In a talk named “Where Is Your Next Home?”, specially dedicated to Mr Cardon Banfield, who tragically died on the riverside in Worcester earlier this year, Hugo Sugg from Hugo’s Earthquake will be sharing his personal experience of homelessness, stats and facts about homelessness in general and more. Attendees will have a chance to ask questions also.

Hugo will also be welcoming two very special guests, Jordan Smith and Cam Hill, who have recently completed their National Citizenship Service with YMCA Worcestershire, raising awareness and collecting food for Worcester Foodbank – which will also be taking place on the night!

LIMITED tickets are still available for the event and you can book them for free NOW using this link:
Please note that there is a waiting list once tickets have sold out, and there is always a slim possibility we can fit people in who have not got tickets.

The Hugo’s Earthquake Press and Social Media Team will be streaming the event live over social media, and attendees will be encouraged to Tweet during the event using the Hashtag #WGPMixer. Watch closely on the @HugosEarthquake Twitter account for more information nearer the time.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact either Worcester Green Party or Hugo’s Earthquake.

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