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Lindsay Preston, Associate within our Abuse and Personal Injury department has recently been appointed as a Trustee at the Pennine Domestic Abuse Partnership (PDAP) in Kirklees.

Lindsay was inspired to play an active role in the trust, which provides high quality specialist support, advice, information and safe accommodation to anyone effected by or experiencing domestic abuse, following on from her active work with the charity.

PDAP believes that everyone has the right to live free from all forms of abuse and have the right to be free from potential or actual harm.

Commenting on her appointment, Lindsay Preston said: “I am honoured to be joining the Board of Trustees at Pennine Domestic Abuse Partnership. This is an amazing charity helping victims of all forms of domestic abuse. PDAP believe that everyone has the right to live free from abuse and have the right to be free from potential or actual harm. I am looking forward to contributing to the work that PDAP undertake, raising awareness of domestic abuse and ensuring victims get the help they need.”

Jim Barwick, Chair of PDAP commented: “PDAP provide critical services predominantly in Kirklees offering safe, effective and high quality support to all victims of domestic abuse. PDAP is a charity and Lindsay joins PDAP as a Trustee. Each trustee bring their own set of skill, knowledge and experience in order to meet our ambition, that everyone has the right to live their life free from Abuse. We are thrilled to have Lindsay as a member of the team, she will be a fantastic asset I’m sure.”