Antrim Grammar Becomes a Safe School

           Antrim Grammar Principal, Mrs Jenny Lendrum was presented with a Safe School Award this week by Women’s Aid ABCLN demonstrating

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Investors In People Silver Award

     Women’s Aid ABCLN is delighted to announce we have been awarded accreditation against the Investors in People Silver Award demonstrating our commitment to realising the

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Schools Debate Triumph for Antrim Students

Students from Antrim Grammar were proudly presented with Women’s Aid ABCLN and PSNI Schools Debating Shield 2019 after defeating an opposing team from Ballyclare High

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Beauty Sleeping – A Women’s Journey Through Domestic Violence

Women’s Aid ABCLN was delighted to host ‘Beauty Sleeping’ a live performance illustrating a women’s journey through domestic violence with Maiden Voyage Dance and musicians

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Safe Place Awareness Raising Sessions – book your place now!

Would your organisation like to assist in helping your local area to become a ‘Safe Place’ for people living with domestic violence or abuse? If

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Halloween 2018

Some of our little characters at their Halloween party – great fun was had by all.  

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Nomination for Spirit of Volunteering Awards, Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council

  Women’s Aid ABCLN were delighted to be nominated for a Spirit of Volunteering Award. Attending the event at the Theatre at the Mill on

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Mid and East Antrim PCSP Public Meeting

  There was a positive turnout at the PCSP public meeting held on 29th August, highlighting the issues of domestic and sexual abuse. Also at

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Women’s Aid ABCLN are now recruiting new Board Members- Voluntary Positions

Womens Aid Antrim, Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Larne and Newtownabbey (ABCLN) is currently seeking Voluntary members to join their Board of Directors. We are a diverse and

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THE PSNI have recorded the highest level of domestic abuse incidents in 13 years.

THE PSNI have recorded the highest level of domestic abuse incidents in 13 years. Latest figures show there were 29,913 incidences of domestic abuse recorded

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