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Striking the right chord: Charity gig hits high notes, raising over £200

A huge round of applause to Dione, our outstanding Referral, Peer Support and Volunteer Coordinator, for raising £225.28 at a fantastic music event she organised in support of FearFree! The…


Your Bill of Rights

Your Bill of Rights   This International Women’s Day, download ‘Your Bill of Rights’ and help to empower the people you love. Our Bill of Rights is totally free, however…


Join our staff team and run the Bath Half Marathon this March!

This March, colleagues at FearFree are taking on the Bath Half Marathon to raise funds and awareness for adults and children experiencing domestic abuse and sexual violence across Wiltshire and…


FearFree secures £706k National Lottery funding to transform domestic abuse support

FearFree have secured £706.659 from The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest community funder in the UK, to tackle domestic abuse in the South West. The Education, Training and Employment…


Salisbury skydive raises over £5,500 for FearFree

On a sunny Saturday in October a group of 19 brave supporters took part in our skydive challenge to raise funds and awareness for FearFree and the adults and children…


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How businesses can play their part in breaking the cycle of abuse.

The news that Kellogg’s has introduced a policy to support colleagues affected by domestic abuse, is a welcome move that highlights the critical link between employers and breaking the cycle…


Breaking the silence: why conversations are crucial in preventing suicide.

Domestic abuse is a critical risk factor for suicide. Research shows that men and women affected by abuse are more likely than their peers to have suicidal thoughts or to…


What is the link between domestic abuse and eating disorders?

I work in domestic abuse perpetrator services within FearLess, though my other passion is working with people struggling with food and body image. In this blog, I wanted to share…


Finding yourself some inner peace – what is mindfulness anyway?

When I used to hear the word mindfulness, I would think about sitting on the floor cross-legged in a circle with other people, peeping through my closed eyes to see…


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