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Strictly Come Dancing star and rugby player Ben Cohen to open KidsAid House.

An Invitation to the official opening of KidsAid House by Ben Cohen.

The children’s charity Kidsaid has moved to a new H.Q, with therapy and contact rooms, in Northampton.  Kidsaid are thrilled that ex-England and Saints Rugby player, Ben Cohen, who is also an anti-bullying and anti-homophobia campaigner and recent Strictly Come Dancing star, will unveil a plaque and visit their new home on 13th February from 4-6pm. 

Join them to celebrate the opening of KidsAid House and meet Ben. There’s also the chance to see the newly designed child and family therapy rooms and contact facilities. Light refreshments will be served.

KidsAid therapists provide a range of expressive therapies to children traumatised by events such as abuse, neglect, bullying or peer pressure. Support is by their qualified therapists at the centre, but they also work in schools or other organisations. They are funded by referrals from social services, schools and families and supported by donations from business, trusts and individuals.

KidsAid also offer rooms and staff to facilitate contact following family breakdown or pursuant to court orders. To find out more, and to see details of their recent national conference at Althorp House, please visit www.kidsaid.org.uk.

You are very much welcome to attend the event at St. Giles Terrace in Northampton. Please reply by email if you can make it.  Please include your name and job designation to assist with name badges and catering. You will then be sent further details of where to come, parking etc.

 E mail -  tessa@kidsaid.org.uk

 

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