Join us outside the High Court on Thursday - Don't Screen Us Out

Join us outside the High Court on Thursday

Sep 20, 2021 | Event

I hope you are well.

At 10:30am on Thursday (23 September) the High Court will be releasing their decision on Heidi Crowter and Máire Lea-Wilson’s landmark case against the UK Government.

We are going to be meeting at 9:30am outside the High Court to show support for Heidi and Máire Lea-Wilson as the media gathers there to hear from them following the decision. We will be providing people with placards on the day.

I have included further details below.

We are looking forward to seeing you then if you can make it along.

Lynn Murray

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