Christmas Concert for Human Rights

Each year the Bournville Branch of Amnesty International, together with the West Midlands ‘Freedom from Torture’ group, stage a Christmas Concert for Human Rights at the Church at Carrs Lane. Due to the Tier-3 Covid-19 restrictions in place, the 2020 concert is unable to take place. However, the groups have instead produced a one-hour film, in which Carrs Lane minister the Reverend Dr Neil Johnson introduces our performers.

The concert-on-film will be available to watch from this Saturday, 12 December, on the Amnesty International – Bournville Group’s YouTube channel. While the film will be available free-of-charge, donations to Bournville Amnesty and ‘Freedom from Torture’ West Midlands can be made via https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/BournvilleCharityConcert. Visit the YouTube channel at https://bit.ly/2VKw9io.

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