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Summerhill Volunteering

Summerhill Volunteering created by B Bird published on 29 January 2019

Summerhill Country Park in Hartlepool is a Local Nature Reserve and Outdoor Activity Centre. The 100 acre site has large sculptures, ponds, childrens play areas, a BMX track, woods and large climbing boulders - all are free to enjoy, all year round.

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Volunteering with the Countryside Team

Volunteering with the Countryside Team created by B Bird published on 28 January 2019

This is your opportunity to join a friendly team where you can meet new people and learn new skills whilst working outdoors in Hartlepool's green spaces. Volunteers are a vital part of the Countryside section, without their assistance the Local Nature Reserves and Public Rights of Way would not be in such excellent condition.

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County lines use children and vulnerable adults to courier drugs and money

County lines use children and vulnerable adults to courier drugs and money created by B Bird published on 22 January 2019

Children and vulnerable adults are being exploited by gangs involved in drug crime. Know the signs to spot.

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Home Office Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Campaign

Home Office Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Campaign created by B BIrd published on 16 January 2019

The Home Office is running a FGM campaign, as part of their commitment to tackling this crime and protecting vulnerable young women and girls. The campaign is primarily targeting, parents and familes aged between 18-45 years old of girls at risk of FGM, and community influencers or elders (aged 45+) from Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Egypt, Iraq, Gambia and Nigeria

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Unseen UK App

Unseen UK App created by B Bird published on 16 January 2019

Unseen UK is a well regarded charity who have been running a national Modern Slavery Helpline for a number of years. Callers to the helpline, 08000 121 700 or visitors to the website https://www.unseenuk.org/ will be guided as to how to recognise and report Modern Slavery.

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