Quakers form Wandsworth Prison support group

'The WPIC consists of roughly fifteen people, with thirty-five on the circulation list, including ex-civil servants and lawyers, an ex-judge, and two mothers of young Wandsworth prisoners.'

A group of Quakers from South West London has formed a group to support Wandsworth Prison.
Gillian Ashmore, from Kingston Meeting, had the idea for the Wandsworth Prison Improvement Campaign (WPIC) after a talk by Liz Bridge, former Quaker chaplain.

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