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We’re a Bailiwick of Guernsey charity which helps victims of domestic abuse. We are here to help you feel safer and support you as you make changes to escape abuse. If you think you’re in an abusive relationship, or are being affected by domestic abuse, things can change. If you want advice for yourself, or for someone else, you can contact us. Click the button below to get help.
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We always welcome volunteers, whether that’s to work within the refuge,
to help organise events, shake a tin, or even to join the Friends of Safer
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry requests your presence at a spellbinding Harry Potter party.
Arrive at Platform 9¾ to take the Hogwarts Express to ST MARTINS PARISH HALL La Grande Rue, St. Martin. Your ticket will be for the 20th October 2018 departing at 3:00pm sharp (don’t miss the train!). Brooms home will be at 5:00pm. Students should bring an adult with them who will be admitted for free.
Tickets are £9 per student.
This one-day multi-agency awareness training course is offered by Safer LBG, for Managers within States Departments, Human Resources staff, front-line States employees, working in Health, Education, Social Work, the Police, Social Security, Housing, Probation, plus people working in Voluntary Agencies, and all those dealing with potential victims and their families.
The course provides an overview of domestic abuse and challenges commonly held beliefs, attitudes and assumptions about domestic abuse. Amongst the issues covered are:
* The different categories of abuse;
* Why people may stay in abusive relationships;