A dispute centring on the dismissal of coxswain Andy Hibbs, who was subsequently reinstated, led to the St Helier crew announcing that they wanted to withdraw from the charityThe RNLI has closed down a lifeboat station whose crew had threatened to break away from the national charity and form their own independent service.
Fundraiser of the Week: Lily Elizabeth Davies of Chickenshed
14 November 2017
by Rebecca Cooney
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This week we talk to Lily Elizabeth Davies, director of fundraising, marketing and commerce at Chickenshed, about the challenges of a diverse income stream.
@thedailysarah Also, often if it's not physical it's very hard to point to certain behaviours and say "This is the problem" - even for parents. Things that can be really unpleasant to be on the receiving end of can also be viewed as "Just a joke" or being too sensitive etc.
@thedailysarah I was bullied. I don't think I made clear to my (wonderful) parents how bad it was cos 1. We tell v small kids 'Ignore it& they'll stop'. I remembered this &thought reacting/telling would make it worse. 2. The bullies wore my self esteem down til I thought I deserved it.
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