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    Weʼve raised £327 to help break the cycle of Domestic Abuse in Breckland

    Breckland District, United Kingdom
    Funded on Monday, 18th September 2017

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    I am biking 🚴🏼 300 miles from London to Paris! Starting 13th September. To raise money for The Daisy Programme, a registered charity supporting men and women who are living with or who are affected by domestic abuse in the Breckland Area.

    Domestic Abuse has a huge impact on self worth, self esteem and confidence where months and years erode the survivors mental and physical well being. Daisy Programme works with you individually or in groups to come to terms with your own situation and move on , in time, with your life.

    http://daisyprogramme.org.uk/

    Domestic abuse:
    - Will affect 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men in their lifetime.
    - Leads to, on average, two women being murdered each week and 30 men per year.
    - Accounts for 16% of all violent crime (Source: Crime in England and Wales 04/05 report), however it is still the violent crime least likely to be reported to the police.
    - Has more repeat victims than any other crime (on average there will have been 35 assaults before a victim calls the police)
    Is the single most quoted reason for becoming homeless (Shelter, 2002)
    In 2010 the Forced Marriage Unit responded to 1735 reports of possible Forced Marriages.
    -approximately 400 people commit suicide each year who have attended hospital for domestic abuse injuries in the previous six months, 200 of these attend hospital on the day they go on to commit suicide - www.lwa.org.uk

    One of the great services Daisy provides is the Freedom Programme designed by Pat Craven.

    The Freedom Programme examines the tactics used to gain control in relationships, it will look at the attitudes and beliefs of abusive men and how it affects the victims and survivors. It also describes in detail how children are affected by domestic abuse and how the lives of children can change when they are not exposed to it.

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      • Jeremy Cupit

        Jeremy Cupit

        Sep 18, 2017

        Well done Sinead. What a great few days. Look forward to the next one. 🚴‍♀️💨

        £20.00

      • Charlie Motyl

        Charlie Motyl

        Sep 13, 2017

        Ride like the wind Miss Murray. #thisgirlcan. I'll be thinking of you. xxxx

        £20.00

      • Nikki Mayes

        Nikki Mayes

        Sep 9, 2017

        Good Luck Murray. Lots of love from us xxx

        £20.00

      • Sinead Murray

        Sinead Murray

        Sep 9, 2017

        Money raised from the raffle 😊 Thank you everyone and good luck ....I am soooo excited to see who wins 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

        £70.00

      • Sinead Murray

        Sinead Murray

        Sep 9, 2017

        Thank You mummy 😘

        £50.00

      • Sinead Murray

        Sinead Murray

        Sep 9, 2017

        Cash Donations from various people Thank You 😊

        £30.00

      • Diane Lines

        Diane Lines

        Sep 8, 2017

        Good Luck Sinead xx

        £20.00

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      Sinead Murray

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      Breckland District, United Kingdom

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