450 young people receive Hate Crime Awareness Sessions following anti-bullying week work.
Schools embracing the message of kindness
Published 25th June 2015
We were asked to be a part of Cannock Radio's weekly segment, Cannock Matters, in which Paul Woodhead looks at what really matters to the people of Cannock!
Listen to our interview on his Sound Cloud here: https://soundcloud.com/paulewoodhead/cannockradio-cannockmatters-on-090615-with-anna-mclauchlan-cachpartnership
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