Posted: February 2016
Aylesbury Youth Action (AYA) is looking for some extra teenage volunteers to help man an interactive and creative stand in Aylesbury Market Square this Wednesday February 17th during Half Term.
You will be asking the public what they think should be done about hosting refugees in our area and to encourage them to consider to get involved in helping to provide housing.
For more info and if you think you can help for part of the day please contact Sara Butler at AYA by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2016, Aylesbury Youth Action are celebrating their 45th year. For more information on AYA, click here for their website.
For this church's views on immigrants, click here.
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