The campaign in Twickenham has already received two amazing blessings.

One woman left the abortion facility saying, "Don't worry, I didn't do it!" Just five minutes later another mother said the same thing.

The vigil is outside a late-term abortion centre that typically does around 7,400 abortions a year -- with some 320 of them at 20 weeks or beyond. The building has a unique history -- it once served as a convent for nuns, who lived, worked and worshipped there. But now, it is a place of death.

Justyna, the local coordinator who brought the first 40 Days for Life campaign to this location three years ago, now leads a full-time presence there ... seeing 300 babies saved from abortion.

The volunteers are praying for the closure of the building ... and a renewal of pro-life efforts in their community.

Robert Colquhoun, Director, International Campaigns

Robert is based in London, where he led the first 40 Days for Life campaign in England. He now assists local leaders coordinate 40 Days for Life efforts in nations as widespread as Australia, Brazil, Croatia and South Africa.