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The Coronavirus is presenting many challenges, risks and worries across the world.

Safespots recognises the risks that self isolation poses to victims of domestic abuse and lock down is an incredibly concerning time for many in our community.

At Safespots, we remain committed to providing support to victims of abuse by working remotely. Please call 07873 889637 should you require assistance during this time.

Updates will be made via our facebook and twitter accounts and we ask that if you have symptoms of the Coronavirus that you contact the NHS immediately on 111.

This is an incredibly difficult time but we want to assure you that we will continue to offer support to those who need it to the best of our ability.

The ‘SafeSpots’ Team meet MP Mike Kane

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Members of the ‘Safespots Team’ joined a delegation of Manchester City Councillors on a trip to London and the South East.

Day One: All delegates met with Helen Pankhurst at the Emmeline Pankhurst statue, situated at the entrance to Victoria Tower gardens. Helen talked about issues that still faced women today and praised the ‘Safespots Team’ for the work they do to empower and support women in their community.

The ‘Safespots Team’ were then hosted in Parliament by Mike Kane, their local MP. A discussion was had around how domestic abuse affects women in Wythenshawe and how Mike could help.

Day Two: The ‘Safespots Team’ travelled south to meet with sculptor Hazel Reeves. Hazel is the currently working on the Emmeline Pankhurst statue, soon to be unveiled in Manchester.

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