South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group organised/supported events

  • National Demonstration: Shut Down Morton Hall Immigration Detention CentreSwinderby, Lincoln LN6 9PT. Saturday 20th January 2018. Four people have died at Morton Hall in the last year. Refugees and their supporters will be asking why on January 20th.

Coach from Sheffield 10.30 a.m. outside Crucible Theatre opp. Victoria Hall Norfolk Street S1 2JB Book your place: or text/call John Grayson mob 07887 481355. Places are free but we’d welcome donations.Sheffield Transport flyer

Transport details from Nottingham here mh_flier_jan2018-1 (1) (1). 

Transport from Manchester: book your place at


  • One Day Without Us: Saturday February 17th. A national series of events to recognise and support migrants in the UK. Sheffield event details here and on Facebook. Organising meeting Monday 22nd January 6.30 at Sheffield Town Hall





Many of Sheffield’s asylum and migration-related events will be advertised on the Sheffield City of Sanctuary events page or at the Alt Sheff listings page


We can pay reasonable travel costs to our events if you need us to (just bring your ticket to the event)


The South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group (SYMAAG) unites refugee, asylum and migrant organisations with campaign groups, trade unions, charities, political parties and supporting individuals.

SYMAAG campaigns both for the rights of those seeking asylum and of those coming to work in this country.

Contact SYMAAG

email: dignitynotdetention(at)

Twitter Direct Message: @symaag