White Ribbon Day – Tyne and Wear organisations come together to say ‘No’ to violence against women

Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner, Kim McGuinness and Chief Fire Officer Chris Lowther pictured in front of a TWFRS appliance sporting the White Ribbon logo and holding placards containing the White Ribbon pledge. (TWFRS)
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