UK: East Lancs woman in walk to help Nigerian ‘witchcraft’ children

A grandma from Clitheroe is to recreate the route the Pendle witches travelled to their trial at Lancaster Jail in support of children who are accused of witchcraft in Nigeria.

Sue Reddin, of Low Moor, is eager to rally support for the charity Stepping Stones Nigeria, which offers help for children who are accused of witchcraft and then abused, abandoned or beaten… She plans to set up a permanent fundraising group to support children who are accused of witchcraft in the African country.

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