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WMWomensAid Massive thanks to all who have donated to us. We have already started putting toys into one of our playrooms. We ar… https://t.co/7yKttsJJSd
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WMWomensAid There is a range of ways you can help us towards our goal of ending domestic abuse -  fundraising to volunteering o… https://t.co/uz3kZA8LeS
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WMWomensAid West Mercia Women’s Aid are working towards ending violence towards women and children. Join us and don’t stay sile… https://t.co/kwtgu8rt2d
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WMWomensAid We would like to say a huge thank you to Rhian and her students from Hereford Cathedral School for the blankets the… https://t.co/Tf0mBmiArw
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West Mercia Women's Aid has welcomed the announcement that the legal definitions of domestic abuse will be broadened to include non-violent abuse, and will also apply to young people under the age of 18. The new guidelines come into effect in March 2013, and it is hoped that they will help raise awareness of domestic abuse, and also help ensure that more prosecutions are brought forward as a result.