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Snaith School. 13/2/19

Snaith School. 13/2/19

Snaith School. 13/2/19   The PMNW team and supporting agencies attended Snaith School on 13/2/19 We opened up the day in the gym in front of 200 year 10 pupils. Thanks to the following agencies. Life Sentence. Steve Gough. Magistrates. Sandra and her team. On The Road. Julie, Damian and David. Fire Service. David, Jay […]

HOWDEN SCHOOL. 8/2/19

HOWDEN SCHOOL. 8/2/19

HOWDEN SCHOOL. 8/2/19   The day opened in the main hall  in front of 140 year 9 students. My thanks go to the following: Rev, who brought along Manny from HMP Hatfield. Always a thought provoking workshop. Malc actually sat in with Manny. Neil, Rev and Mike Maddison a volunteer prison officer from HMP Humber. […]

PMNW – My story Ian Williams (Taff) I grew up in a small town called Tonyrefail in South Wales. One of three brothers, one my twin. I am married to Ceri and we have a son, daughter, their partners and a handsome little 17-month-old grandson, who lights up our lives. A random fact a lot […]

A message from YMCA

A message from YMCA

“YMCA Humber are excited to be working with the No Way Trust again in 2019. We will be delivering our workshops on mental health and emotional well-being. These workshops have been fully funded for the next 12 months as part of our I’m Possible project (funded by the Tribune Trust and the Joseph & Annie […]

Update YAG

Update YAG

Hi Short update on YAG. As some of you may know Fiona Stamford has now left the No Way Trust moving on to pastures new in The Probation Service. We would like to wish her all the best in her new career. I have now taken on the YAG lead as well as facilitating workshops […]

Julie Beck- 10 Years with the Trust

Julie Beck- 10 Years with the Trust

I have been asked to write a little piece about me and Prison Me No Way.   I will have been supporting and working for PMNW for ten years this July, I have delivered different workshops to young students from year 8 to year 10, also doing Cell Van presentations to various age groups. Yesterday […]

Restorative Justice – An East Riding Perspective – Sarah Sherwood

Restorative Justice – An East Riding Perspective – Sarah Sherwood

Restorative Justice – An East Riding Perspective – Sarah Sherwood   Restorative Justice, its ‘Wikipedia’ definition – ‘an approach to justice in response to a crime’, ‘to get communication between victim and offender in order to try and repair harm’, albeit this definition doesn’t touch the sides as to the power of Restorative Justice. I […]

Skegness Academy. 23/1/19

Skegness Academy. 23/1/19

Thank you to the following agencies who attended Skegness Academy on 23/1/19   Red Cross- Rhian/Emma AA- Michael, Andrew, Laura and Cath.   Thanks also to the following PMNW staff. Knife Crime-Rev Prison Life- Ian/Malc County Lines- Neil Street Life- Julie/Gerry Mr Harker did a fantastic job organising and making sure the day ran smoothly. […]

Newland Girls-24/1/19

Newland Girls-24/1/19

  Newland Girls. 24/1/19 Another great day at Newland Girls School in Hull. My thanks goes to Mrs Edwards, the assistant head teacher for making the day a huge success. Thanks to the following agencies who attended. Victim Support presented by Georgia, Ellie and Sally. ‘I’m Possible’. Jess from the YMCA delivered this new workshop […]

Royal School. Wolverhampton. 15/1/19.

Royal School. Wolverhampton. 15/1/19.

The 15th January saw the PMNW team consisting of Anthony,Neil and Pat pay a visit to the Royal school in Wolverhampton. We presented workshops to pupils from year 8 up to year 12. Neil and Pat took the pupils to the cell van, allowing them to experience what it could be like if the wrong […]