20 APR 2017
The event was arranged by the Safer Living Foundation and featured a bouncy castle, face painting and live band
Disgusted parents have slammed a ‘family fun day’ organised to raise money for a charity supporting the rehabilitation of paedophiles .
The event, which took place on April 15, was arranged by the Safer Living Foundation, and featured a bouncy castle, face painting and live band.
The charity says its aims are to reduce sexual re-offending – but some locals said they were “disgusted” by what the event was raising money for and were not properly informed, the Nottingham Post reports.
One mum, Grace Le Sueur, said: “As a parent I am disgusted that they didn’t make people aware of what the charity actually supported. It’s plain wrong.
“Family fun days shouldn’t be about supporting such charities.
“I wish we had never gone. If I’d have known this…
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