Langley Team to Raise Offender Issues at Greenbelt

Black t-shirt with white writing saying 'Treasure Hunter,, @LangleyHseTrust'

A team of Langley staff are getting ready to exhibit at Greenbelt, an arts, faith and justice festival, taking place over the August bank holiday weekend (28th – 31st August).

Langley will be raising awareness of offender issues and encouraging individuals and churches to become “treasure hunters” to help change the lives of offenders to live crime-free.

Attendees at Greenbelt will be encouraged to discover what’s in our treasure box and how they can become ‘treasure hunters’ through working with ex-offenders.Old style wooden treasure chest with a large silver padlock on it. Around it are Langley bookmarks encouraging people to pray, give or join to help change the lives of ex-offenders

This will be the second major Christian festival that Langley has attended this summer, having exhibited at New Wine earlier this year. which had over 20,000 visitors attend. 100 people signed up to support Langley in prayer following the event.

This exhibition will build on our engagement with church communities – more than 44 churches donated their time, money and talents last year to help ex-offenders turn their lives around and reintegrate into their communities.

Greenbelt will be taking place at Boughton House near Kettering, one of Britain’s greatest stately homes.

Langley is a national Christian offender rehabilitation charity, working with people of any faith or no faith.