We were delighted to have had a visit by HRH Princess Eugenie who visited Palm Cove Society to discuss Modern Slavery:
Yvonne Hall and Gerard Stocks are proud that after 30 years of being held captive they were there to meet Katy Morgan-Davies in October 2013, the day she walked free. Katy has since been supported in all aspects of life by Yvonne, Gerard and the team at Palm Cove Society.
On the 29th January 2015, following the 23 year sentence handed to Aravindan Balakrishnan at Southwark County Court Katy Morgan-Davies has made the brave decision to reveal her identity. For the full story see the following links:
- BBC Documentary: The Cult Next Door, January 2017
- Yorkhire Evening Post, 8 February 2016
- ITV News Report, 2 February 2016
- The Guardian, 29th January 2016
“After more than two years supporting the women in the Aravindan Balakrishna case we welcome the verdict and are pleased that justice has been done.
We will continue to provide ongoing support to the women for as long as we can.”
We would like to congratulate all agencies involved in this case, particularly the Metropolitan Police.
We would also like to congratulate the support workers of Palm Cove Society for their outstanding support of the women.
A huge thank you to all involved in this case.
This is the end of the beginning and now starts the rest of the incredible journey for each of the women.”
Yvonne Hall & Gerard Stocks Founders of Palm Cove Society
“On Wednesday 11th November 2015, Yvonne Hall returned as Managing Director of Palm Cove Society following the completion of a six month secondment at the Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner.
Yvonne continues to support the Commissioner, Kevin Hyland OBE as a Special Advisor on matters relating to the care and support of victims of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking”
“Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland on Friday paid a visit to the Headingley-based Palm Cove Society to find out more about their work supporting trafficked and other vulnerable people in Leeds…”
Please click the link below to read the full article:
Modern Slavery Is Closer Than You Think