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Domestic violence campaign is well supported

PUBLISHED: 14:40 22 December 2008 | UPDATED: 10:28 11 August 2010

SUPPORT was flocking in for the victims of domestic violence on White Ribbon Day last month. More than 500 people signed the pledge to end violence against women which is part of an international campaign. Dagenham and Redbridge football team, police and

SUPPORT was flocking in for the victims of domestic violence on White Ribbon Day last month.

More than 500 people signed the pledge to end violence against women which is part of an international campaign.

Dagenham and Redbridge football team, police and council officers all backed the event which was held on November 25.

Football fans at a match between the Daggers and Notts County signed the pledge and wore White Ribbon T-shirts on November 22.


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