We were delighted to support a fantastic event organised by Chantry Library.
There was such a brilliant atmosphere and it was great to be able to catch up with The Activlives team and Nigel of Combat2Coffee. The Be Lucky Anti-crime Foundation which was set up by Paul Stansby who sadly lost his brother Dean to knife crime in 2017 was there to raise funds to help combat knife crime in our local community and raise awareness of the affects of knife crime. We were able to donate a raffle prize to help with the fundraising.
– Teresa, Asda community champion