Frome Friend of Palestine talks about live behind the apartheid wall in the West Bank

Hope School Students

Frome Friends of Palestine’s speaker this month will be local resident Ronelle Jonat. This summer, Ronelle stayed at Hope Secondary School, Beyt Jala near Bethlehem. She gave English sessions to local students, then spent time travelling and meeting some very interesting people.

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Ronelle will be talking about her personal experiences and impressions, looking at the physical, mental and emotional challenges people have to deal with every day.

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Ronelle will be speaking at St Catharine’s Hall in Park Road, Frome, BA11 1EU. Starts 7:30, admission. Proceeds to Hope School.

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