Warrington volunteers use love to help fight domestic abuse

Volunteers use love to help fight domestic abuse

Volunteers use love to help fight domestic abuse

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TEAM V will be highlighting the warning signs of abuse as many couples celebrate Valentine’s Day.

The team, which is part of a national network of young volunteers run by youth charity vInspired, will be holding a pop up event at Bank Quay House Cafe to encourage people to challenge their understanding of what constitutes a healthy relationship.

The event takes place tomorrow, Saturday where there will be advice and guidance as well as the chance to create a love tag stating what they think love is to give to that special someone.

Hollie Wimpenny, Team v leader for Warrington, said: “Abuse is an issue that affects people of all ages, but many young people don’t recognise what is happening to them.

“And even fewer know they can find help. We hope these activities will open some people’s eyes and inspire them to seek help. Or just help people to think differently about future relationships.”

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