Charity boosted by launch of website

A CHARITY launched in the wake of the deaths of five women in Suffolk was today boosted by the unveiling of its own website. Cyber surfers can now find out more about The Somebody's Daughter appeal, founded by The Evening Star and Ipswich Borough Council, by logging on to the fund's internet pages.

A CHARITY launched in the wake of the deaths of five women in Suffolk was today boosted by the unveiling of its own website.

Cyber surfers can now find out more about The Somebody's Daughter appeal, founded by The Evening Star and Ipswich Borough Council, by logging on to the fund's internet pages.

The site - www.somebodysdaughter.co.uk - contains information on the appeal's history, its supporters and how to make a donation.

There is also a section on the trustees, who include Ipswich Town chairman David Sheepshanks, Ipswich Borough Council leader Liz Harsant and Ipswich MP Chris Mole.


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Somebody's Daughter, a registered charity, was created after the bodies of Gemma Adams, Tania Nicol, Anneli Alderton, Annette Nicholls and Paula Clennell were found in remote rural locations last December.

All had worked in the sex trade and all had drug habits.

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The ultimate aim is to establish a safe house and rehabilitation centre in the town for young women embroiled in substance issue and prostitution, desperately seeking a way out.

Donations to the memorial fund can be made online at the new website, in person at Ipswich Borough Council's customer service centre in the Town Hall, by calling 01473 433777, or by sending a cheque, made payable to Somebody's Daughter Memorial Fund, to PO Box 772, Ipswich Borough Council, Grafton House, 15-17 Russell Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2DE.

Do you support The Somebody's Daughter appeal? Write to Your Letters, Evening Star, 30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich, IP4 1AN or e-mail eveningstarletters@eveningstar.co.uk

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