This is the second year the March has taken place in London, starting at Westminster Church House and culminating in a festival style event in Parliament Square.
Groups from Peterborough, Walsingham (complete with the processional statue of Our Lady of Walsingham) and Ipswich attended, said diocesan pro-life representative, Sarah Ward: “All the pro-life groups and associations were represented and many speakers gave powerful testimonies about their personal stories or their work in the pro-life movement. It really was a wonderful and joyful day, but the message of why we were there was not forgotten.
“The organisers, Ben and Sarah Thatcher, were very keen to encourage people to take the spirit of the March back to where they came from and continue to build the civilisation of love in their daily lives,” said Sarah.
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“If enough people are interested, we would like to organise a 40 Days for Life prayer, fasting and vigil campaign in the diocese,” said Sarah.
Pictured top are the East Anglia group during the march and, above, Sarah Ward.