Gemma Bennet, Director of W.E.L.Safe joins Lucy & Leah talks getting spiked & what you can do to keep yourself safe on a night out!
W.E.L.Safe aims to help make events safer. Gemma touched on the controversies in the media surrounding women getting spiked. Furthermore, she talks about what W.E.L.Safe is doing to help protect women against it, including tips to help identify if you have been spiked.
She discussed the work W.E.L.Safe has done with Manchester-based super-club The Warehouse Protect. She praised them for their care and consideration in providing club-goers with a safe experience. Gemma reinforced the message that W.E.L.Safe is there to help and protect anyone in need!
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W.E.L.Safe CIC is a non for profit community interest company established in 2017 that delivers tailored welfare services at Live events, clubs and festivals, alongside educational sessions to young people and bespoke training seminars to parents/carers and professionals.
W.E.L.Safe CIC is mostly made up of volunteers from all walks of life, from industry professionals, students and people who would just like to give something back.
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