Cyber safe campaign to take place in Clitheroe
3:42pm Tuesday 15th October 2013 in News
INTERNET safety and cyber bullying are set to be addressed at a conference in Clitheroe on Tuesday.
The conference will be the first one held in the Ribble Valley on online safety and is aimed at parents, grandparents, guardians and carers.
It will include a short drama on the risks of social networking by pupils from Ribblesdale High School and the event will outline how to combat cyberbullying, use computer privacy settings, use chat sites safely and which web sites to avoid.
Catherine Perrin-Griffiths, a former pupil of St Cecilia's High School in Longridge, will perform her song, Josh's Song, in memory of schoolfriend Joshua Unsworth, who was found dead behind his family home in Goosnargh in April after allegedly being bullied on a social networking site.
The free event will be held at the Grand in York Street from 6.30pm to 8.30pm and has been organised by the venue, the borough council and Lancashire police.
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