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WMWomensAid When we saw our helpline calls drop by a third at the beginning of the first national lockdown we launched our Live… https://t.co/AG71rv5HyY
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WMWomensAid On tonight’s @BBCNews Midlands Today our CEO Sue and domestic abuse survivors Kate and Catherine were invited to di… https://t.co/VuJfz45QyG
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WMWomensAid New codeword scheme “Ask for Ani” launched by government to help those experiencing domestic abuse. https://t.co/cWwUTQ6bzA
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West Mercia Women's Aid has been selected from 600 organisations to receive a visit from Princess Anne on the 15th January 2014.

During her visit the Princess Royal will meet service users, young people, staff and board members and find out about the work of the organisation.

WMWA has been supporting vulnerable women and children experiencing domestic abuse across Herefordshire, Worcestershire & Shropshire for over 30 years and is proud to receive recognition of the amazing work that has been achieved during that time.

Jan Frances WMWA CEO said, "The excitement is mounting at the Hereford offices, as we debate who and what and how; as we discuss which walls need painting and what pictures we put up; as, most importantly, we worry about what we are going to wear."

She added, "We are determined to make this royal visit a great success and to ensure that Princess Anne has an interesting and productive time and leaves us with an understanding of domestic violence and abuse and the valuable work that the organisation does."