Safety group hopes to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation with free play

PUBLISHED: 10:03 23 September 2016

Safety group hopes to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation with free Chelsea's Choice play.

Safety group hopes to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation with free Chelsea's Choice play.

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The Fenland Community Safety Partnership is putting on a free play to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation.

Chelsea’s Choice, which is aimed at parents and carers, will be performed at the Queen Mary Centre, Wisbech on September 27 from 6pm to 7pm.

The group works in partnership with police to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and improve the perceptions of crime.

To book a space, email Sophie at swilkinson@fenland.gov.uk or visit www.advicechain.co.uk for more information.


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