National Day of Action’


The ISPCC will hold its ‘National Day of Action’, calling for over 1,000 people to get out into their communities to sell the Shield Pin and help spread the message that bullying is not acceptable. In 2011 Childline received almost 11,000 calls from children in relation to bullying. The statistics show that bullying needs to be tackled.  The Shield Pin is a symbol of child protection and money raised from the ‘National Day of Action’ will be used to fund a range of services dealing with bullying and the social isolation, intimidation and neglect that result from this issue.

Now is the time to enter your business in the Louth Business Awards 2022. There are 23 categories of awards this year, giving you a fantastic selection to choose from.