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Big Sister

WHY DID I DECIDE TO BECOME A BIG SISTER?

The truth is, I decided not to apply.I told myself that I had nothing of value to offer. I was a paralegal at the time and I had interpreted the delayed gratification to qualification as failure. I was also ashamed

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Big Sister

“I know what an engineer is Miss”

Through the wonderful organisation Girls Out Loud, I have just completed a year as a mentor to a 13 year old girl. This wasn’t part of the plan, when asked, my inner voice screamed “Noooo!”, but having done it, I’d

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Sister Talk

JUMP ON THE BUS WITH HER PLEASE!

TOXIC FRIENDSHIPS Over the past 12 months I have been inundated with pleas from parents at the end of their tether as they try to support their teenage girls navigate through the complex minefield that is friendship. The most reoccurring

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Sister Talk

Endings Are As Important As Beginnings

One of our Big Sisters at Blackburn Central High School, Police Officer Louise Dunn shares her experience and personal journey of being a Big Sister to Alix… “It’s so satisfying to know that just being there for a teenage girl

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Big Sister

Rhyl Ready To Rock

  We now have a team of awesome women ready to meet their Little Sister at Blessed Edward Jones Catholic School in Rhyl this month. Training took place in Ruthin last weekend and the team include a bank manager, NHS

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