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About Us

The sign “Shackles Off” is all about freedom – being set free from the chains that stop us becoming a whole person. It is a sign of hope for everyone, now and in the future. Teenagers today are worried and stressed about so many things; by removing the chains one by one they can find purpose, fulfilment, security and success.

The project is under the umbrella of the Methodist church, and supported by the three churches in Seascale village. However, this is  social project and below is our Equal Opportunities statement.

We are committed to eliminating discrimination and creating an environment where all people, regardless of gender, cultural or ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief are treated with dignity and respect. We have procedures in place which enable complaints of discrimination to be dealt with promptly and fairly.

Inspector Joe Murray of Cumbria Constabulary speaking on Radio Cumbria on 22nd October 2010 said “it’s a pity we don’t have a “Shackles Off” in every town and village because the community would be a far greater and happier place to be for many people”.