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Keep a look out for many new more items coming very soon this 2018! 

 

Update 2018

Please check out some truly fantastic work being done in L8 by Karen Wynne http://karenwynne.wordpress.com , Karen has given CELLS so much time

even when she has so much going on for her own beneficiaries. Check it out*******

March achievements:

Darryl Laycock has been an ambassador for CELLS for 4 years now, he has his own company itsn3v3r2l8 which tackles gun and gang crime in Manchester, we are proud of where he has got to and even though his mum passed away on Tuesday he still had the courage to promote the Manchester Knife amnesty for which he is involved with.

October achievements:

Sam Glancy achieved his National Justice and Redemption award for Young Person of the Year  

Vance for starting his bakery qualification in Liverpool college

Hattie for gaining her employment contract with FITUK, see FITUK article;

http://www.fituk.info/blog/post/10/2014/Hattie-O-Neill-receives-an-employment-contract-with-the-Toxteth-Fire-Fit-Hub

NEWS FLASH 1 // Sanctuary Program for L8 residents(4/5/18)

 

CELLS delivered a fantastic Gun Gang and Knife session to the youngsters from Unity Youth club in Toxteth. Well received by all, now for our Prison experience ...

NEWS FLASH 1 // Crimebeat Award for CELLS(6/3/18)

 

Congratulations to The CELLS Team for receiving a Crimebeat Award 2018 from Merseyside Police and the High Sheriff for Merseysideeven more remarkable was the fact the award was for a Lottery funded project but the High Sheriff felt cells -Team deserved some recognition for their work on the project....

NEWS FLASH 2 // Police Crime Commissioner visits CELLS (12/09/2014)

Police Crime Commissioner for Merseyside Jane Kennedy visited CELLS to oversee the work we were doing. Jane was impressed with CELLS progress and offered her support to continue the good work already being done. 

NEWS FLASH 3 // St Helens Skills Show (23/10/2013)

CELLS were invited by our freinds at St Helens College to attend their Skills Show. There were many organisations and businesses there showing the youngsters career and employment skills and opportunities, we had the task of showing the youngsters what happens if you choose crime. There was about 3000 attendees most of whom got to attend the CELLS sessions, events like this are ideal for our exhibition facility.

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