People living in Norwich are set to come together to promote peace and nuclear disarmament.

The Peace Camp and Peace Cycle will be held on June 15 from 11am to 2.30 in the St Peter Mancroft Octagon Room.

Supported by the Lord Mayor and Sheriff, the event will include a Peace Cycle set off at noon.

Norwich, a City of Sanctuary, is one of thousands globally pushing for the total abolition of nuclear weapons.

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The Peace Camp keenly aligns with Refugee Week, acknowledging the shared humanity and contributions of refugees in the UK.

Commenting on the event, Joan who lives in Norwich, said: “The Peace Camp event is a fine example of Norwich's proud tradition of citizens coming together to dismantle those obstacles, person by person, city by city.”

Attendee Dick said: “Why not drop in, meet people campaigning for peace over coffee?

"There will be a climate cafe run by Mind, children's activities run by Woodcraft Folk, and a friendly welcome for everyone.”

This event aims to remind all that peace is possible and desirable.