Child protection conference to be held in Marston

The Olde Barn, Marston.
The Olde Barn, Marston.
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A conference will be held this week on behalf of the charity Children Screaming to be Heard.

The conference, at the Olde Barn Hotel in Marston, will be held on Wednesday, September 4. Guest speakers will include David Gale, founder of, John Hemming MP, chairman of Justice for Families, Ian Josephs, of Forced Adoption, Maggie Tuttle of Children Screaming to be Heard, Richard Roper of PAIN, guest speakers from America including Charles J. Stecker Jr, and Charles Pragnel, an independent social worker from Australia.

Andy Peacher, who has financed the conference, said it would highlight the lost children of the UK. He said: “Learn the truth about our Child Protective Services and what social worker intervention really does to our society through its children.

“Since the tragic case of Baby P children taken into care in the UK have doubled. Social Workers respond to cases like Baby P by unnecessarily removing even more children, overwhelming foster homes and the entire child protective system. Their refrain is always, “We are damned if we do and damned if we don’t!”

To book a place or ask about guest slots contact Mr Peacher at or call 07827 731060.