By Rose Consterdine - 11th November 2012 7:03am
It will not come as a surprise, given the recent national news, that the NSPCC has been inundated with calls about child abuse.
This makes the society's South Cheshire Branch bi-ennial (that's every two years) meeting on Wednesday 14th November of particular interest.
The speaker will be Julie Rafferty, a serving police officer in the Child Protection Department, talking about her work.
The meeting is at Nantwich Museum in Pillory Street and it is 6.30 for 7.00pm. It's free entry and there will be a glass of wine provided.
If you have any queries, do let me know on 01270 811647.
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