Anti-social behaviour support group

Swindon victims of anti social behaviour no longer need to suffer in silence.

A new independent organisation called Re-doubt has been set up to help people who've suffered or are still suffering from anti social behaviour.

The group is run by volunteers, who've all been victims of anti social acts in the past. They aim to listen to victims, whether on the phone or meeting up on a regular basis to have a cup of coffee.

The group can be contacted via email -

They're also holding their first public meeting at the Jurys Inn on Saturday 27th February.

Liz Walker is part of the group. She suffered months of abuse, and wants to help others cope with the upset and distress caused by anti social behaviour.

Liz talks about why she set the group up

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