and emotional Wall Of Silence exhibition to visit Burnham
emotional and hard-hitting exhibition is set to be held in Burnham-On-Sea
this week highlighting the issue of child abuse.
Wall Of Silence exhibition, which is touring the UK, features poems
and stories from victims and survivors of abuse with the aim of
raising awareness about the prevalence of the problem across the
and Highbridge Town Council has given its support to the exhibition
by awarding funding of £750 to the project, enabling it to
come to Burnham-On-Sea's Princess Theatre from October 18th-23rd
during a nationwide tour.
Wall of Silence exhibition is a unique event which not only highlights
child abuse, its impact and the suffering this causes, but also
the sheer determination and doggedness of those affected in trying
to overcome the aftermath of that abuse," said a spokesman.
also celebrates the strength, resilience and courage of survivors
while giving hope to those yet to find their voice and start their
own recovery, " says a spokesman.
exhibition consists of a series of contributions which have been
submitted to RAVSCA (Raising Awareness for Victims & Survivors
of Child Abuse). The
Wall of Silence exhibition was launched in conjunction with The
Southmead Project in January and has since been touring across the