Raindance Film Festival world premiere for made-in-Wales supernatural thriller "Don’t Knock Twice"
The world premiere of Caradog James’ made in Wales horror film "Don’t Knock Twice" takes place at the Raindance Film Festival in London tonight.
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Report of the Protection of Vulnerable Adults Project Board
The Protection of Vulnerable Adults Project Board was established in February 2008 by the Deputy Minister for Social Services, Gwenda Thomas AM. The project board was set up to review the Assembly Government’s adult protection policies and guidance.
This report makes two main recommendations:
- To review the need for further legislation in the field of adult protection, and
- To update and refresh the ‘In Safe Hands’ Guidance.