We're produced an updated version of Podge's Song written and sung by Michael Strahan in memory of Adam on what would have been his 31st birthday.
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MR DAVID ROGERS MBE
We are absolutely delighted that Dave has been awarded the MBE in the Queens Birthday Honours List. It is good to know that there is a real awareness of the work being done by the Charity ‘Every Action Has Consequences’. It is particularly pleasing that Dave’s significant contribution has been recognised.
The updated version of the Education Pack is going out to Schools and Colleges. It is also being widely used by Youth Offending Teams and on victim awareness courses for people in prison.
email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy - giving your full postal address. There is no formal charge but you are welcome to make a contribution to our charity if you wish.
28th March at the Dunkenhalgh Hotel
We had a full day of training and exchanging ideas. There was areal buzz about the place. The feedback was excellent and we will be organising another one in the near future.
As an Ambassador for Alcohol Aware - Alastair Campbell came along to offer suppport for our work and to speak to the delegates.
On November 11th, Pat and Dave went down to London for the British Gas/Shelter Inspirational Woman of the Year Award. Pat was selected as one of the five finalists and the winner was announced at a Gala Dinner in the evening. As part of the event, Pat visited 10 Downing Street to have afternoon Tea with Samantha Cameron. Sir Bruce Forsyth and his wife were also present - a great opportunity to talk about our work.
The Restorative Justice Council provides a national voice for restorative practice. They produce a quarterly newsletter and Dave was featured in the latest edition.
On February 14th Pat and Dave were invited to appear on 'This Morning'. The interview covered both Organ Donation and Restorative Justice.
Dave has always been interested in Restorative justice and the rehabilitation of prison inmates. He has become involved in rehabilitation courses, telling Adam's Story to explain the impact of crime on the victims and their families.