Activities planned to combat bullying

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Leisa Clack, youth officer Angela Griffin and Tyson Vincent will be part of the City's anti-bullying day
Camera IconLeisa Clack, youth officer Angela Griffin and Tyson Vincent will be part of the City's anti-bullying day Credit: Picture: Sarah Ison, Sarah Ison Busselton Dunsborough Times

Busselton will play its part in the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence this year, using the new Youth and Community Building to host activities and support services this afternoon.

Voluntary surveys, sausage sizzles and activities will run from 4.30pm, encouraging youth to come together and combat bullying and harmful behaviour.

Bella and Co.’s Braids by the Bay will host workshops to teach a skill that can foster positive relationships and prevent exclusion. South West Counselling and the Undalup Association will also attend the event.

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