Doncaster woman raises awareness of anti-bullying campaign

Aiming to beat the bullies by raising cash for a national charity was Doncaster woman Charlotte Senior last month.

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 26th January 2016, 2:22 pm
Updated Tuesday, 26th January 2016, 2:24 pm
A coffee and cake afternoon was held at The Doncaster Clinic to raise money for an anti-bullying charity.
A coffee and cake afternoon was held at The Doncaster Clinic to raise money for an anti-bullying charity.

Charlotte organised a coffee and cake afternoon at the Strathmore Road clinic in Town Moor, with all proceeds going to award-winning worthy cause BulliesOut.

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She said: “I wanted our community to join to help raise awareness as there are young ambassadors and volunteers all over the country supporting the charity. I know what it is like to be bullied as a child and that’s what inspired me to join the charity. The money goes to BulliesOut charity for workshops packages for schools and workplaces and materials provided.”

When all funds are in, which also includes a football raffle donation, it is expected to have raised £70.