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The Liminality Group (TLG) in partnership with The PYE Project (Positive Youth Education) have been awarded contracts by Her Majesty’s Probation and Prison Service (HMPPS) for the continued delivery of services within young offenders custodial institutions and Secure Training Centres. Both organisations have delivered services including a bespoke Offending Behaviour Programme, Employability Programmes (ROTL) and other services in order to support some […]

TLG Awarded Her Majesty’s Probation and Prison Service Contracts


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It is good to share the realities of our work when possible. Below is an update from our CEO Andrez Harriott I am currently working with a young person who has had multiple friends fatally harmed this year. Understandably, he is suffering and without medicalising his feelings, it would be obvious to see how this is affecting him emotionally, […]

The Reality of Our Work


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As we continue to deliver preventative messages within schools across London, we are sometimes met with very emotional situations. Our team are often unable to share their insights due to the age of the children that we work with but on this occasion, our CEO felt that this story should be shared. Our CEO Andrez Harriott attended a school […]

Our CEO Shares A Personal Story


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As part of our Lottery funded schools programme, we provided children with work experience placements during some of the most vulnerable times for children, school holidays. Thank you to our partners http://www.brandanddeliver.co.uk/news/working-liminality-group/ who have supported this vision over the past two years. Thank you to our new partners http://www.kerbfood.com who have not hesitated to become involved in our schools provison […]

TLG, Brand & Deliver and KERB Food Provide Children With ...


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TLG in partnership with The PYE Project have recently delivered training to staff from the national charity Addaction. The training had been received extremely well and helped to build capacity within staff, furthering their knowledge surrounding contemporary youth culture, drug offences and the historical context of group/gang offending within the UK. The Liminality Group CEO Andrez Harriott said […]

TLG Deliver Training to Addaction Staff In Kent


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