Sponsored Ghost Hunt for Victim Support- The Ram Inn, Gloucestershire – 11th Jan 2014

Ram Inn

Ram Inn

On 11th January 2014 I shall be attending a sponsored ‘ghost hunt’ along with members of Victim Support’s South West Victim Care Unit.

Victim Support helps people overcome the devastating impact of crime by providing emotional and practical help. Both victims and witnesses of crime receive this help from their 5,500 trained and locally based volunteers. By sponsoring them you will help them to support 1 million people every year.

South West Victim Care Unit act as the first point of contact for people impacted by crime across the South West. They provide up-to-date and relevant information to victims by carrying out service needs assessments and providing both practical and emotional support.

As a team, they strongly believe in providing the best service possible to all of their clients. They want to raise awareness of the support they provide, as well as raise some much needed funds for their unit.

They have agreed to conduct a ‘ghost hunt’ at one of Britain’s most haunted B&Bs – The Ancient Ram Inn… This infamous Inn in Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire, is reputedly haunted by at least twenty ghosts. In fact it is so haunted it can no longer be used as a functioning B&B and instead opens its doors to budding ghost hunters.

Whether you are a believer or a sceptic, please take some time to support a fantastic cause!

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~ by ghostcatcherireland on January 5, 2014.

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