Press Release: Amnesty Book Clearance Sale Coming Soon

10am-4pm Saturday 22 November

Church of the Ascension, Dartmouth Row, London SE10 8BF

The Blackheath and Greenwich Group of Amnesty International is holding its annual clearance book sale on Saturday 22 November at the Church of the Ascension, Dartmouth Row, London SE10 (10 minutes walk up Lewisham Hill from Lewisham National Rail and DLR Station). Doors will open at 10am.

Vice Chair of the group, Simon Ware said:

“The local group has collected thousands of books from a variety of sources, including publishers and book reviewers as well as individual donors. The quality of books – many of which are brand new – is exceptionally high, and there will be plenty of bargains to be found, from second-hand paperbacks to review copies of recently-published novels.”

The group’s book sales, now in their 40th year, are established as Amnesty International’s most successful local fundraising event in the UK, raising more than £275,000 over the years. They are a much loved event for many in the local area and often there is a queue of people waiting to get into the event when the doors open.

The end of year book sale will include the opportunity for members of the public to sign letters for the group’s Stop Torture campaign. Amnesty International works worldwide for the release of prisoners of conscience, fair trials for political prisoners and an end to torture, extrajudicial executions, disappearances and the death penalty.

For more information about the Amnesty Blackheath and Greenwich group see www.amnestybg.wordpress.com

For more information regarding this release contact:

aibgsocialmedia@gmail.com

 

 

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