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Specialist rape centre opens for victims

From left, Fay Maxted, The Survivors Trust, Clive Grunshaw, Police and Crime Commissioner, Tamela Burckhardt, fundraiser and founder of B.A.R, Annabelle Blackburn, Lancaster University Vagina Monologues, Maria Gray, Ministry of Justice and Penny Clough, campaigning parent of Jane at the Launch of Trust House Lancashire.

From left, Fay Maxted, The Survivors Trust, Clive Grunshaw, Police and Crime Commissioner, Tamela Burckhardt, fundraiser and founder of B.A.R, Annabelle Blackburn, Lancaster University Vagina Monologues, Maria Gray, Ministry of Justice and Penny Clough, campaigning parent of Jane at the Launch of Trust House Lancashire.

A specialist centre to help victims of rape and sexual abuse has opened its doors in Lancashire.

The county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, spoke at the official opening of Trust House Lancashire and said the importance of the facilities being offered at the Preston-based centre could not be underestimated.

Trust House Lancashire has been set up by The Survivors Trust to provide services for both adults and children, and is one of 13 being established across the country as part of a commitment from the Coalition Government to develop new rape and sexual abuse support centres.

 

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