Boston Sanctuary Scheme boosted by £1,000

�1,000 presented to Boston Sanctuary Scheme from the PCC at Boston Mayflower offices.'L-R Pat Mollart - Kier, Richard Stukins - Kier, Bob McMath - Kier, Alan Hardwick, James Fendyke - D&M Barthorpe, Susan Storr - Boston Mayflower, Daniel Cadd - Aaron Services, Adam Ellis - Kier, Peter Hunn Boston Borough Council. MBSP-270813003

�1,000 presented to Boston Sanctuary Scheme from the PCC at Boston Mayflower offices.'L-R Pat Mollart - Kier, Richard Stukins - Kier, Bob McMath - Kier, Alan Hardwick, James Fendyke - D&M Barthorpe, Susan Storr - Boston Mayflower, Daniel Cadd - Aaron Services, Adam Ellis - Kier, Peter Hunn Boston Borough Council. MBSP-270813003

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A Boston charity which protects vulnerable people in their homes has been boosted by a £1,000 donation from Lincolnshire Police Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick.

Boston Sanctuary Scheme helps to protect victims of domestic abuse and allows them to stay in their own homes and carry on living in an environment familiar to them where they can have support from family and friends.

Peter Hunn, Boston Borough Council’s principal community safety officer, said: “We have had a good and effective campaign helping make life safer for victims of domestic abuse. Some of these are the most vulnerable people in society, placed at risk of harm through no fault of their own.”

If you can help save the Sanctuary scheme please contact Peter Hunn on 01205 314245 or email peter.hunn@boston.gov.uk

Pictured outside the charity’s HQ at Boston Mayflower offices is Pat Mollart and Richard Stukins and Bob McMath of Kier homes, PCC Alan Hardwick, James Fendyke, of D&M Barthorpe, Susan Storr, of Boston Mayflower, Daniel Cadd - Aaron Services, Adam Ellis of Kier homes, and Peter Hunn from Boston Borough Council.