- We learned that not everyone's journeys to work are the same!
- — angela stacey (@angie5950)Wed, Oct 30 2013 07:18:30
- — Kate Brudenell (@KatieBrudenell)Wed, Oct 30 2013 07:03:50
- — sharon copsey (@sharoncopsey)Wed, Oct 30 2013 08:17:14#NSPCCToday followed a tractor in the lane for 4 miles, cows crossing the road... made train seconds to go! Standard southwest commute!
- — Gemma Adams (@GemmaHaines)Wed, Oct 30 2013 08:34:20Arrived in the office, enjoyed a quick commute (half term traffic!) and the sun is shining. I think today could be a good day! #NSPCCToday
- Our CEO Peter Wanless is a Twitter fan so we knew he'd be joining in!
- — Peter Wanless (@PeterWanless)Wed, Oct 30 2013 07:24:52Swift review of media. Good plug for FGM helpline in The Sun - & our anti-sexting app features on ITV's The Wright Stuff later #NSPCCToday
- — Peter Wanless (@PeterWanless)Wed, Oct 30 2013 07:32:17
- — Peter Wanless (@PeterWanless)Wed, Oct 30 2013 08:11:29
- — Peter Wanless (@PeterWanless)Wed, Oct 30 2013 08:13:30I hope some of our 11,000+ NSPCC & ChildLine volunteers will tweet what they are up to today. Brilliant, dedicated people #NSPCCToday
- — Anna Banbury (@AnnaBanbury)Wed, Oct 30 2013 07:41:51
- Some people were really dressing to impress!
- But there is a serious side to our work of course...
Every day all over the UK NSPCC and ChildLine staff and volunteers are doing amazing work to prevent cruelty to children. We wanted to showcase this work and bring people together. So on 30 October 2013 we asked our staff and volunteers to tweet about #NSPCCtoday.
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