Domestic abuse survivor supported by Kingsbridge Food Bank shares her story
They’d travelled close to 300 miles that day, to a new home, a new town and a new start – away from the perpetrator of repeated violence, coercion/control and mental abuse within the household
"Having only brought basic belongings, they were moved into a partly furnished property, in a quiet village – away from the business of the town centre."
As time passed, Blossom started to blossom, she started to make friends, the children made friends and for the first time in years – Blossom and her little family were safe, secure and living their own lives, in our amazing community
|Open Your Eyes Against Women Being Abused - credit Denitza Tscacarova|
No one from the Ministry of Justice or the Prison Service notified her that her attacker had been released early. The first she knew about it, was when he turned up at her garden gate
She was supposed to be ‘safe’ and yet she still ended up in hospital before anyone thought to report the strange goings-on at her house over those few days
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