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Anne Walker

 

Anne Walker, MBE
Managing Director of International Dance Supplies - http://www.ids.co.uk/

I am proud to be associated with Devon Rape Crisis. It is sad that such a charity is needed today, but it is really important that as many people as possible are aware of its existence so that people who need its services are able to easily and quickly get help, dignity, hope and justice.

Dr Sarah Wollaston

 

 

Dr Sarah Wollaston - http://www.drsarah.org.uk/ (follow Sarah on Twitter @drwollastonmp)
MP for Totnes

I am honoured to be a patron of Devon Rape Crisis. Devon has waited a long time for a dedicated service for women who have been victims of sexual violence. I know how valuable this confidential service will be for all those who want to move on with their lives. Being able to talk on the phone or face to face with someone who understands the impact of these crimes can make a real difference. Devon Rape Crisis will also campaign to prevent sexual violence in Devon and I look forward to working with them to help bring their campaign to Westminster.

Lee Weeks

 

 

Lee Weeks
Author - http://www.leeweeks.co.uk/

I am very proud to be part of something that, with support, will go on helping women for a long time to come.

Anna Norman-Walker

 

 

Canon Anna Norman-Walker

I'm delighted to serve Devon Rape Crisis Service as a Patron. The work that this charity undertakes is of immeasurable value, providing a lifeline of support to the victims of sexual violence and abuse by creating a safe environment for women to begin the journey towards healing and restoration.

marianne

Professor Marianne Hester

Professor Marianne Hester OBE (MA Oxon, Phd Leeds) is the Head of the Centre for Gender and Violence Research at the school for Policy Studies, University of Bristol and Patron of South Tyneside Women's Aid. She has been involved in the Rape Crisis Movement in the UK for many years and has worked in close collaboration with organisations such as Women's Aid that provide services to women and children experiencing domestic violence. She was involved with Rape Crisis in Leeds from 1979 and with Rape Crisis in Exeter from 1989 to approx 1994.

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