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Training programme aimed at night-time economy businesses taking place in Cambridge

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Cambridge BID is launching a WAVE (welfare and vulnerability) training event programme for Cambridge bars and clubs next Tuesday (November 30) from 1pm to 3.30pm.

The Cambridge BID logo
The Cambridge BID logo

This free event – organised by Cambridge BID and Cambridge Business Against Crime (CAMBAC), and endorsed by the city council and Cambridgeshire Constabulary, among others – will take place at Downing Place United Reformed Church on Downing Street.

It is aimed specifically at night-time economy businesses, which must also be CAMBAC members or have premises in the Cambridge BID area.

The training will begin with presentations from key partners behind the event (Cambridge BID, the city council and police) and after the session, attendees will be able to explore what vulnerability is, identify interventions to assist in reducing harm, and recognise and promote the Ask for Angela campaign.

By training your staff in WAVE and implementing Ask for Angela, you can help play a role in preventing and reducing sexual violence and vulnerability.

Register at bit.ly/3xhcrfW.

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