Langley Sponsors Prisons Week 2015

A new and living way - the tagline for Prisons Week 2015. A pair of hands cup a heart shape, out of which grows a tree representing a new and living wayLangley House Trust is once again proud to be a sponsor of Prisons Week 2015, taking place between 15th and 21st November.

Our sponsorship is part of our commitment as a Christian charity to maintain our Christian ethos, whilst being committed to working with individuals of any faith or none.

The week-long focus on prisons galvanises churches and Christian communities to exercise their faith and pray for every aspect related to prisons to help create transformation, change and restoration.

Langley has been a long-standing sponsor of Prisons Weeks and the hope and change it stands for.


UCB (United Christian Broadcasters) another sponsor of Prisons Week will be featuring interviews from our CEO, Tracy Wild, throughout Prisons Week on the Paul Hammond show. The interviews cover a range of prison-related issues, including the support and approach that prisoners need on release to help them live crime-free once in the community. Langley has a 2.6% reconviction rate whilst individuals are with us.

This year’s focus is on a ‘new and living way’, highlighting the need for transformation in individuals in prison and support and help for every aspect related to prisons – including families of prisoners, staff who work there and victims of crime.

Other notable sponsors include the Church of England, the Methodist Church, the Free Churches Group, the Salvation Army and Prison Fellowship.

To find out more about Prisons Week and to download the details and prayers for each day, visit Prisons Week or follow them on twitter: @prisonsweek #prisonsweek