Campaigners came together on 18 June to take much-needed aid to refugees in Calais and to show solidarity with their battle to come to Britain.
Nearly 200 vehicles set off from London, and they were joined by others in Dover
Large amounts of aid had been collected as well as tens of thousands of pounds in cash.
The PCS union opened up one of its offices to collect aid
The Unite union helped the convoy
Hundreds of supporters came to see off the convoy
Campaigners protested when the convoy was blocked in Dover
"We've got aid let us through! Refugees are human too!"
"Where is our freedom of movement?"
Campaigners showed their anger at being stopped
Weyman Bennett from Stand Up to Racism said, "We're not going to stop. We're not going to give up."
The fight against racism and in solidarity with refugees goes on