People Not Borders – I Am Me
at Our Meeting House.
Anne welcomes Sue Hampton, of Berkhamstead Meeting,
dynamic Trustee of People Not Borders.
Alison and Marjorie admire the textile images by Paula Watkins.
Tony contemplates the moving display of digital photographic art
by Greek-based Syrian teenager Abdulazez Dukhan.
The plates were painted by local supporters during Refugee Week
and raised nearly £600 in auction.
Their website describes fully all of the projects supported by People Not Borders.
You can donate ££ or clothing and supplies,
And, adults and school students are invited to join
I Am Me: The Competition
Explore creatively what it means to be a refugee
– in poetry, a short story or artwork.
Deadline 10th December.
Find out more on the website.
Buy the book, I Am Me, written by Sue Hampton, at
We are hosting an exhibition of work by refugees, poets and artists
on November 4th and 5th 2017
2:30 to 4:30 each day
at the Friends Meeting House, 1 The Alleys, Old Town Hemel Hempstead.
The theme of the mixed media art exhibition is ‘I am Me’
It seeks to help people understand and empathise with the experiences of refugees from Syria and other places.
Highlights of the show are textile images by Paul Watkins, a children’s book by local author Sue Hampton,
and a display of digital photographic art by Greek-based Syrian teenager Abdulazez Dukhan.
The exhibition is curated by Berkhamsted humanitarian group People Not Borders.
Hours of opening on Saturday and Sunday are 2.30 to 4.30.
Entrance is free and there will be tea and cake available.
Quaker interfaith representative, Suzanne Watts says,
“We are delighted to host this show, which is moving and inspires hope in humanity”