They were among a number of stall holders at the event which attracted more than 1000 people throughout the day.
Caroline P, Service Manager Thames Valley, said:
Many law students came up to our stall to speak with us, along with lot of members of the public – that was probably helped by a big box of fruit salad sweets that went down well with everyone!
The event also provided a good opportunity to invite other agencies to the Berkshire centre’s open day on November 8th that will hopefully be attended by Mental Health Liaison and Diversion Service, Brown’s Community Services, Pact, Trust House and Catch 22.”
In a thank you letter to everyone who made the event a success, Judge Campbell wrote:
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