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No one should feel alone. We offer support, friendship and advocacy services.

Support for prisoners

We visit prisoners, offering compassion to them and their families and encourage fairer treatment in prisons.

Support for Irish Travellers

Advocating for the human rights of Travellers and helping to improve their situation in the criminal justice system.

The Irish Chaplaincy is the only charity supporting Irish prisoners in England and Wales. As a result of the research we’ve introduced, many prisons have rethought their approach to Travellers. We believe in a fairer more just society.

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June 1, 2020

London to Auckland – stage two

East and Southern Europe – June 2018 – November 2018 –The Stabilisers Were Off Whilst in Northern Europe and Scandinavia we were very much still in our comfort zone.  We’d…
May 29, 2020 in Blog

Pentecost – The Very Breath of God

Pentecost is one of the great feasts of the Church.  It marks the end of the Easter season and celebrates the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles.  It…
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May 29, 2020 in Blog, General

The Ascension: Up, Up, But Not Away!

The Ascension: Up, Up, But Not Away! The period between the feasts of Ascension and Pentecost is an interesting one.  It has been called the "already but not yet period".…
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May 27, 2020 in Blog, General, Volunteering

London to Auckland – stage one

London to Auckland - stage one.  The story of the recent adventures of one of our volunteers. Introduction My husband Nigel and I cycled from London to Auckland between April…
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May 26, 2020 in Blog, COVID-19, Volunteering

Lessons from Lockdown

When the lockdown first began I was quite unnerved by the closed shops and the empty streets. (more…)
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