Hate crime ambassador Adrian takes his crusade to the Isle of Man

Adrian Derbyshire

Adrian Derbyshire

First published in News

AN anti-hate crime ambassador crossed the sea to help spread the message of inclusion to youngsters on the Isle of Man.

Adrian Derbyshire, from Whitecross, has been travelling across the country on a hand cycle to help raise awareness of the impact hate crime can have on victims.

The former wheelchair fencer also earlier this week spoke at an event at Walton Hall alongside Claire Haslam, from (LGBT) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community, about the impact of hate crime.

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11:17pm Sun 13 Jul 14

alan the wolf69 says...

Seen this guy today at the disability awareness day at walton gardens, he was doing some fencing with the kids and he was amazing what a guy he is and all so going round the country with his anti hate crime well done Adrian you are a star keep up the good work
Seen this guy today at the disability awareness day at walton gardens, he was doing some fencing with the kids and he was amazing what a guy he is and all so going round the country with his anti hate crime well done Adrian you are a star keep up the good work alan the wolf69
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