WeAreOne Banbury holding free inform day

The WeAreOne Banbury project pictured earlier this year. Pictured from the left, Shannon McNally, Caroline Sargent, Mallory Edge, Theresa Taylor and Bonnie Nicholls. NNL-150630-155802009
The WeAreOne Banbury project pictured earlier this year. Pictured from the left, Shannon McNally, Caroline Sargent, Mallory Edge, Theresa Taylor and Bonnie Nicholls. NNL-150630-155802009

The WeAreOne Banbury movement created by young people to tackle the issue of human trafficking and child sexual exploitation (CSE) will be holding a free inform day on Saturday.

It will be held at the People’s Church on Horsefair from 10am-2pm with youth and social workers Bonnie Nicholls and Shannon McNally facilitating the three-session curriculum along with the young people.

Mrs Nicholls said: “Behind the scenes, we have been growing, changing, rethinking and developing our movement; reaching out to more and more people. More schools. More students. More politicians. Because together we have a wider positive influence.

“The great news is that our schools education work has stretched out to additional Banbury schools and community groups and we are set to educate an additional 300+ students in a three-week classroom curriculum by Easter.

“We would like to invite anyone who wants to learn more about the underlying causes, signs and solutions to human trafficking & child sexual exploitation in our community and world to come along but also, those involved in schools or community youth groups. It’s a great opportunity to see exactly what WeAreOne can bring to their setting.”

To book a place email shannon.mcnally@thepeopleschurch.org.uk or phone 01295 268351.

For more details visit weareonebanbury.org