When an abuse victim escapes their situation they often live in fear. But that doesn't mean they don't have a voice. Six brave women share their experiences
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Inspired by a radio soap opera, north Devon copywriter Paul Trueman has raised thousands for victims of domestic violence. Now as a trustee of NDADA he tells us about the campaign- and why he thinks men must be a part of the solution
We're all slaves to patterns of behaviour - including some that stop us achieving happiness. Marcus Chapman met the inspirational Tina from NDADA who helps women in abusive relationships change their patterns of behaviour - and in doing, change their life
Happy Families. 'It's never too late to have a happy childhood' Knowing what's holding you back is often the key to making positive changes. Rosanna Rothery finds out about the mums who, quite literally, have been smashing down barriers to a happy, healthy relationship with their kids. The mums are scribbling things that hold them back
We are very proud to announce our brand new re:store Express van is now on the road! This is the culmination of the hard work and dedication of some fantastic and supportive people with a vision to take North Devon Against Domestic Abuse out into the local community aiming to spread awareness of the work
Pictured left to right: Liv Bennett, Peggy Crome, Lisa Wallis, Sue Wallis, John Howell, Jill Nathanson, Bill Buffery On Friday March 17 we held our annual celebration recognising those who carry out inspirational, dynamic and significant work in the community. The glam soiree at Boston Tea Party, organised by Salt Media, saw a
Paul Trueman who is the man behind the huge Just Giving fundraising campaign inspired by the domestic abuse storyline currently running in the BBC radio programme “The Archers”, has volunteered to serve on the trustee board of North Devon Against Domestic Abuse. Paul is the Head of Social Media at Bray Leino, a top