Because of lockdown one of our members held a virtual event, which she posted on social media. Our secretary also wrote to the CEO’s of Morrisons, ASDA, Sainsbury/Argos, LIDL, ALDI, Co-op, B & M, Home Bargains, TESCO, Iceland, Currys & P C World, also to local MPs, Senedd Members, and the Local District Council enquiring about their policies with regard to Slave Labour. She has received, to date, positive replies from Co-op, ALDI, LIDL, TESCO, Senedd Member and our MP.
After two postponements due to weather and other problems, we finally celebrated Human Rights day on April 23 with an inspiring talk by retired surgeon Miss Christine Evans. Since retiring she has worked in many parts of the world, restoring hope and dignity to women and men who suffer from urinogenital problems. On this occasion she spoke particularly about her work in Iraq and Kurdistan. Her talk was both entertaining and informative and was enjoyed by an audience of some 50 people, including representatives of SI Rhyl and SI Llandudno, Ruthin Inner Wheel , St Asaph and Rhyl Rotary Clubs. It was a pleasure to welcome friends from throughout the Vale of Clwyd and share some of the concerns which we all have in common