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National pro-life events

By joining SPUC, you have the opportunity to be part of a national pro-life movement.

When we're working to save lives in our local community, it can be easy to forget the fact that there are so many other pro-lifers doing the same thing across the whole of the United Kingdom. That's why SPUC and other pro-life groups organise national events.

Going to one of these national events is a great way to give witness to the pro-life message and link up with like-minded people from across the UK. When we stand together, we're able to reach the public in a different way.

Pro-life witness

Throughout the 1960s, '70s and '80s, SPUC helped raise awareness of the ongoing tragedy of abortion by organising landmark pro-life rallies in central London and other major British city centres. Now, however, we focus on organising more widely witnessed Pro-Life Chains in 50 or 60 towns and cities throughout Britain.

In recent years an annual March for Life UK has been re-established in Birmingham by pro-life volunteers, and we've been proud to support this at SPUC.

Since 2013, our sister organisation SPUC Scotland has established the Project Truth Roadshow, a youth-led campaign which takes place each summer. The roadshow brings the positive pro-life message to Scotland's towns and cities.

And more and more SPUC members are committing themselves to join together with other local supporters to leaflet houses door-to-door in an historic effort to reach every household in the country with the pro-life message.

Be reinvigorated

The work we all do to save lives at a local level is absolutely essential - at SPUC, we work to save every life we can from the threat of abortion. But it's also great to take the opportunity to join together in one voice with pro-lifers from across Britain!

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Fr Gerard Wilberforce

Most people at the time didn’t believe the evil of slavery could ever be defeated, as so much of the economy at the time was dependent on the trade. It’s easy for us to think that is the case today with abortion, but I believe William Wilberforce would not take such a view