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We have 3 events within the 16 days please see below:

Sex and Intimacy after Sexual Abuse – a training day for Counsellors, Therapists & Practitioners

A training day with Dr Nina Burrowes for counsellors, psychotherapists, practitioners, workers and volunteers from statutory and third sector organisations who support people who have experienced sexual violence.

Saturday 3rd December - 10am – 3pm at Exeter Community Centre, 17 St Davids Hill Exeter, EX4 3RG. £50 to include a light lunch and refreshments contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for booking form and info.

Creativity Day – part of Exeter Reclaim the Night – Saturday 3rd December 10am – 2pm Exeter Phoenix.

Join us for this FREE drop in event and help prepare for Reclaim the Night – we will be making placards, decorating T-shirts, lanterns and creating a large community banner.

Also there will be a story teller and the opportunity to volunteer as a marshal for the evening event and help raise awareness of violence towards women and girls. All welcome and family friendly.

Exeter Reclaim the Night – Thursday 8th December 6pm at St Sidwell Community Centre Exeter

For a 6.30pm march through the streets and returning to St Sidwells for refreshments, speakers and entertainment. Bring your voices, banners, family and friends – All Welcome. FREE event.

Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services, Stop Abuse for Everyone (SAFE) and Local Feminist groups have joined forces again to make this year another large, visible protest about sexual violence.

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