Bus campaign to combat nasty remarks

A VOLUNTARY organisation in North Somerset has been chosen to front an anti-hate campaign with hard-hitting posters set to appear on buses across the district. North Somerset People First, which supports people with learning disabilities, will run the

A VOLUNTARY organisation in North Somerset has been chosen to front an anti-hate campaign with hard-hitting posters set to appear on buses across the district.

North Somerset People First, which supports people with learning disabilities, will run the campaign which will see the posters on vehicles used by First Great Western.

It has been launched to combat negative remarks made by some members of the public about people with learning difficulties.

The campaign, which will last for one month, will start on Monday.


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