The Daisy Programme

17th January 2018

The Daisy Programme

The Daisy Programme is a registered charity which supports women living with, or who have been affected by domestic abuse in the Breckland area.

I have had various meetings and conversations with representatives of the Daisy Programme at my constituency surgeries, as well as some of their previous forums, and have been very impressed with the excellent work they are carrying out.

That’s why I am really keen to continue working closely with the Daisy Programme to help them grow and develop to ensure that women, and men, do not continue to suffer in silence.

If you are or have been affected by domestic abuse, and require emotional or practical support, The Daisy Programme can help and can be reached at the contact details below.

Similarly, if you would like to help the Daisy Project in their work, you can now support them with an online donation at their website below.




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