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WMWomensAid RT @AVAproject: Some excellent myth busting tweets from @live_life_safe - marking the final day of National Stalking Awareness Week https:/…
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WMWomensAid Great partnership working with @Rooftop_Housing. We have been further developing the male victim support service t… https://t.co/FMIG4V8ozN
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WMWomensAid RT @live_life_safe: Advice to give to a victim of stalking or what to do if you are being stalked. Talk to someone, stalking thrives on sec…
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WMWomensAid We are nearing the end of having our own charity shop. Come down we are doing great deals!!! https://t.co/9R6gk6kMZF
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WMWomensAid RT @live_life_safe: Victims of stalking need practical advice but most importantly they need to be told 'No! it is not okay someone is doin…
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West Mercia Women's Aid has secured the support of key Shropshire business mentors at a recent 'Dragon's Den' style event in the county, designed to forge partnerships between local voluntary organisations and businesses.

WMWA Regional Programme Manager, Kerry Gibson-Yates, was joined by CRUSH Project Co-ordinator, Jemma Price, to pitch to five representatives from businesses representing a wide range of professional areas: Dyke Yaxley (Chartered Accountants), Muller Dairy, Zen Communications (Public Relations), Triangle HR (Human Resources) and PCB (Solicitors). They were delighted when four of the five dragons pledged their support, which would come in the form of expert advice and services.

You can read more about the event on The Guardian Website by clicking here.

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