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Quiz Night – 14th November

Quiz Night – 14th November

To find out availability for our quiz night fundraiser, please get in touch with Mel (mel.manning@freedom2.org.uk) Location: Rose and Crown pub, Woodford Date: Tuesday 14th November Time: 7pm Price: £2.50 per person (maximum 6 in a team)
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FREEDOM 2’s fashion show success

FREEDOM 2’s fashion show success

 On Thursday 15th June, Travelling Trends hosted a fashion show to raise money for FREEDOM 2. After watching the fashion show, there was opportunity to browse and shop and there were lots of bargains to be had! Thank you to everyone who came and for the ongoing support of FREEDOM 2’s work. For more information about FREEDOM 2, view the About page.
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Upcoming Event: Fashion Show for FREEDOM 2

Upcoming Event: Fashion Show for FREEDOM 2

  A fashion show event has been organised to fundraise for FREEDOM 2.  Tickets cost £6 and 10% of proceeds will go to Love146, an international human rights organisation working to end child trafficking and exploitation through survivor care and prevention. When: Thursday 15th June, at 6:30pm. Where: Roding Primary School, Roding Lane North, Woodford Green, IG8 8NP Price: £6 To buy a ticket for the fashion show, please contact mel.manning@freedom2.org.uk FREEDOM 2 are very excited for this event and look forward to seeing you all there! Don't forget to follow us on Twitter for updates for this event.... https://twitter.com/FREEDOM2UK
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Mel Manning has given up her day job to support young survivors and potential victims of trafficking

Mel Manning has given up her day job to support young survivors and potential victims of trafficking

South Woodford mum-of-two Mel Manning has given up her day job to support young survivors and potential victims of trafficking with her group Freedom2. A MOTHER-OF-TWO has given up her day job to help support survivors and potential victims of child trafficking. Ten years ago, primary school teacher Mel Manning, of Stanley Road, South Woodford, had never really thought about child trafficking. But after the now 40-year-old went to an awareness event organised by Stop the Traffik in 2006, she “knew she had to do something”. She said: “I’d never heard about it before, but as soon as I did, I couldn’t believe such a horrible thing could happen to such young children. “It was so far removed from anything I had ever experienced or even heard about. “I wanted…
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