Children 1st in Moray given £300,000 Big Lottery Fund grant

Families in Moray who have suffered domestic abuse are to benefit from a £300,000 Big Lottery Fund grant.

Children 1st works in partnership with the health, education and social work departments, and the police.

It has received a grant of more than £310,000.

Children 1st service manager Beth Fraser said: "This funding will allow us to help children and parents overcome their traumatic experiences and to build a brighter future."

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