Keeping families safe is message

By Connie Osborne Friday 25 July 2014 Updated: 25/07 09:11

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SAFETY was the key message at a borough family support event.

Representatives from organisations including West Mercia Police, the fire service, The Royal Life Saving Society and Redditch Early Help gathered together to raise awareness of safety.

The event took place at Home-Start North Worcestershire’s base where the charity help parents to build better lives for their children through volunteer support.

Information and advice was given to more than 100 people about local agencies which can help keep families safe.

For more information about the charity or to find out more about volunteering for Home-Start call 01527 62819.

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