Campaigners visit No 10 for Act on Poverty hand-in

CAFOD Brentwood campaigners, Des Howells and Luke Matthews, joined others last week to hand in 20,000 signatures to No 10 Downing Street.

After spending the summer visiting schools and other events collecting signatures on our home-made doors it was great to have the opportunity to visit the “real” No 10 door to hand in the signatures.

Picture: Des Howells (left), Luke (right) and Hannah join actor David Harewood and CAFOD director Chris Bain [Geoff Young]

Click here to read the full report.

Thank you to everyone who signed a post card, sent a message or completed the petition at V2010!

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