Council Shows Its Support for White Ribbon Campaign

Published December 5, 2016 at 17:14

Management and Councillors from Rossendale Council today showed their support for the campaign again domestic violence.

Rossendale Council Management and Councillors were joined by the Mayor, Mayoress and Deputy Mayor of Rossendale today as they marked their internal day of supporting the White Ribbon Campaign and raising awareness of domestic violence.


Rossendale Council has been committed to the White Ribbon Campaign since 2014 and will continue to show its support and to raise awareness about domestic abuse.

Alison Wilkins from Rossendale Council said;

It is important that we recognise this national awareness campaign and the Council is happy to support this.”


If you need help around Domestic Abuse, contact The STAR Centre on 01706 830600, the Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Take the Step service; As ever, if you are in immediate danger please phone 999. The Council also supports the work of Take the Step and its awareness raising of abuse to males.

If you need information and support to help you stop being violent and abusive to your partner, you can call the Respect phone line on 0808 802 4040.

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