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COVID-INSPIRED CHARITY SINGLE FOR CHILDREN HARMED BY CRIME

All proceeds for young victims of ‘lockdown’ domestic and sexual abuse SINGER/SONGWRITER Trevor Jones has created a musical response to the lows of ‘lockdown’ and the fears and anxieties of the virus pandemic. His song and accompanying video are an upbeat, catchy message of hope to everyone worrying about the

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Alfie launches Embrace’s Family Support Packages for Bedfordshire

Children’s charity, Embrace Child Victims of Crime, has launched an initiative to help families facing financial crisis as a result of Covid-19. Moved by the plight of children harmed by crime and now plunged into poverty as a result of the corona virus measures, Embrace has put together family packages

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BARONESS FLOELLA BENJAMIN APPOINTED EMBRACE CHILD VICTIM OF CRIMES’ NEWEST AMBASSADOR

Actress, television presenter and children’s champion Floella Benjamin will be continuing to champion the rights of children in her new role as ambassador for national charity Embrace Child Victims of Crime (CVoC). As a celebrity ambassador, Baroness Benjamin will use her public presence to help support our mutual desire to

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Sports celebrity Martin Bayfield helps Embrace CVOC mark anniversary 

TV presenter and former rugby international Martin Bayfield will return to his policing roots next month as guest speaker at Embrace CVOC’s anniversary dinner. Martin, a former Bedfordshire police officer, enjoyed a successful career in national and international rugby before injury saw him move into acting and broadcasting. Many will

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‘Horse-whispering’ helps young victims of crime in Cambridgeshire

Five children from Cambridgeshire are the first to graduate from a pilot ‘horse-whispering’ programme designed to support young victims of crime. The Equine Assisted Therapy programme has been delivered by children’s charity Embrace Child Victims of Crime (CVoC) as part of a range of services commissioned by the Office of

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