EVENTS

Afternoon Tea with special guest speakers

Where: Norfolk Showground

When: 15th November 2019

Time: 1pm

Join us at the Norfolk Showground on Friday 15th November 2019 at 1.00pm for a very special afternoon tea experience.

Fresh Start new beginnings will be joined by four inspiring speakers who will share their own individual insight into sexual abuse in children. Current figures suggest that over 8,000 children within Norfolk will have been sexually abused.

Tickets are only £20.00 per person which includes a welcome drink on arrival, the opportunity for a bit of shopping which includes a variety of local stalls offering a selection of beauty products, gifts and wellbeing opportunities before sitting down for your afternoon tea at 2.00pm.

We are delighted to announce we are being joined by some renowned speakers including;
Maggie Oliver – Maggie is a former Detective Constable with the Greater Manchester Police. She is known as a whistle-blower for exposing the poor handling of the Rochdale child sex abuse ring case by her own force.
Fiona Broadfoot – Fiona is a sex trade survivor, having been trafficked into prostitution at the age of 15 and now speaks about her experience, challenging the public and professional perception on prostitution.
Minnie Moll – Minnie is the CEO of Jarrold and previously of East of England Co-op. She is an ambassador of Fresh Start new beginnings and speaks of her abuse experiences of sexual abuse and how she has gone on to career success.
Emma Kenney – Emma is a psychologist, TV presenter, writer and expert media commentator, and is now recognised as one of the UK’s leading TV psychological experts. She has an in-depth understanding of the impacts of abuse on the emotional and cognitive development of children.

To purchase tickets, please visit; http://tgun.it/e/894
Alternatively, if you would like to reserve a table of ten and be invoiced please contact us on the details at the top of the page and we will arrange for this to be sent out.

1 in 6 children are sexually abused. 1 in 3 children never tell. Please help us raise awareness of child sexual abuse and how you can help make a big difference to a child’s life. Help us to give back a child their future.