KEIGHLEY Soroptimists – with colleagues from neighbouring groups – learned about the work of the Bradford-based domestic violence/abuse charity Staying Put.

Misbah Ali spoke to members via Zoom.

She said the charity’s main priority was helping people to stay in their own homes in safety. It also supports people with food parcels, panic alarms and links to other services.

Since March much work has been done online, but face-to-face contact has been possible via ‘bubbles’.

Staying Put representatives are pictured with others at the launch of Bradford Survive & Thrive.