LDN PRESS RELEASE:
Charity event in conjuction with the Police
LDN Wrestling and The Metropolitan Police have teamed up- to help those in need. The event will take place on Sunday 24th September at the Terence Macmillan Stadium in Plaistow, East London apart of the ‘London Peace week’. This will be also be special LIVE TV taping special to be screen on The Wrestling Channel. All money raised will go to Support Line charity.
What is Support-Line?
Support-Line provides a confidential telephone helpline offering emotional support to any individual on any issue. The Helpline is primarily a preventative service and aims to support people before they reach the point of crisis. It is particularly aimed at those who are socially isolated, vulnerable, at risk groups and victims of any form of abuse.
Who uses Support-Line?
Support-Line is open to any individual of any age. Calls are received from children, young adults and adults.
Support-Line is able to take calls on a wide range of issues including relationships, child abuse, anger, bullying, eating disorders, exam stress, self harm, domestic violence, rape and sexual assault, disability, mental health, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, addictions, debt, phobias, conflict, sexuality, health concerns, homelessness, racial harassment, loneliness.
Support-Line also keeps information on other agencies, support groups and counsellors throughout the U.K. and this service can also be used by professionals seeking sources of help for the clients in their care. Support-Line can be used as a source of referral by the media to help callers after programmes where it is felt people may be in need of emotional support.
Wrestlers appearing on the show (hosted by Andy Coyne)
East End’s Jon Ritchie
Sanjay Bagga who shall address the Metropolitan Police
The Gift Ross Jordan
And many many more.
Venue: Terrance Macmillan Stadium, Plaistow, East London, E13.
Nearest Tube station: Upton Park
Bell Time: 12.30