LifeLines London Regional Group meeting

On a very hot June afternoon, eighteen LifeLines members gathered in a pub function room for the latest London regional meeting. We weren’t sure if it was the communal food that had tempted an unusually large group or the promise of a screening of the documentary Fourteen Days in May; it transpired it was neither of…

Changing Lives

Recently, we have been marking LifeLines’ 25th anniversary. Over that time we have put over 5,000 people in this country in touch with condemned men and women. The very first prisoner with whom I corresponded, in 1987, was a man in Mississippi called John Irving. His death sentence was later overturned and he was eventually…