LISTEN: Dr Cheryl Mvula, Founder of Stop the Traffik Kent, says she hopes more people will learn to recognise the signs of modern day slavery, as around 150 people will take part in a silent walk in Canterbury - 13/10/18

Oct 12, 2018, 11:01 PM

A one mile silent walk is taking place in Canterbury later - to raise awareness of modern day slavery .

Around 150 people will head from the Cathedral to the Marlowe Theatre, dressed in the different trades of slavery.

Dr Cheryl Mvula is the founder of Stop Traffik Kent - who are organising it:

There will also be speeches by the Bishop of Dover and Lady Kate Davson, a direct descendant of anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce.