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A programme for schools, community town centres and places of work to learn about how to deal with an attack if ever faced with one. The programme provides vital medical information which could change someone’s life. Such talks will include information about what we do at The Liquid Weapon and then will move on to talk about the necessary steps to take should you be witness to an attack. We also aim to have guest speakers come to these talks including emergency service men and women, NHS staff and victims themselves. This service is something that nobody else is currently conducting. It will be readily available to communities and schools nationwide. 


This service will provide a space for both victims and their families to share their experiences and talk freely amongst themselves. It is not in place to counsel individuals, rather it offers a safe environment for people to connect and discuss their experiences. We aim to hold an event every other month to begin with and depending on its popularity and support, build on holding bigger, better and more regular meet ups. 


We aim to campaign towards revised laws surrounding the ease of access to acid in the UK and the products it is used in. Our vision by 2025 is to install acid wash stations around the UK that are easily accessible to members of the public in the event of an attack. This will be achieved by publicly visual campaigns to raise awareness and promote less harmful alternatives, such as, powdered drain cleaner. We also aim to produce portable first aid kits specifically tailored to tackling corrosive liquid burns; making them available for the public to purchase to have on your person, kept at home or at work. The money made from selling these kits will go straight back into The Liquid Weapon to keep it running. 

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