The event is free, but we are hoping as many attendees as possible bring their own homemade cakes & bakes with you to share. These can be your personal favourites, specialties, or something which reflects yourself and your identity.
As well as the great variety of treats to enjoy, you will also hear from Figen Murray, whose son Martyn Hett was one of the 22 victims of the Manchester Arena Attack in 2017. Figen will deliver a powerful and inspirational talk about her experience of forgiveness and messages to bring communities together
An expert panel of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Warwickshire Police and the Crown Prosecution Service will be able to shed further light on this, and answer relevant questions about hate crime in Warwickshire and how it is dealt with.
Book your FREE place now by going to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/warwickshires-cake-not-hate-get-together-2019-tickets-68125949549
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