Children In Need: Holding On To You

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15MD0120131111

Fourteen-year-old Holly can't believe her luck when she is asked out by 20-year-old Jay.

15MD0120131111

D.L.Weller's powerful drama about child sexual exploitation and grooming.

Fourteen year old Holly can't believe her luck when she is asked out by twenty year old Jay; so why is her best friend Leah not happy for her and why can't her parents just leave her alone?

D.L. Weller has done extensive research with victims and their families and professionals working in child protection and safeguarding. Holding On To You, although fictional, is informed and inspired by these interviews. It explores a problem thought to affect tens of thousands of children, of all backgrounds, yet that still remains largely hidden and apparently unaddressed in many regions.

15MD0120131111

Fourteen-year-old Holly can't believe her luck when she is asked out by 20-year-old Jay.

15MD0120131111

D.L.Weller's powerful drama about child sexual exploitation and grooming.

Fourteen year old Holly can't believe her luck when she is asked out by twenty year old Jay; so why is her best friend Leah not happy for her and why can't her parents just leave her alone?

D.L. Weller has done extensive research with victims and their families and professionals working in child protection and safeguarding. Holding On To You, although fictional, is informed and inspired by these interviews. It explores a problem thought to affect tens of thousands of children, of all backgrounds, yet that still remains largely hidden and apparently unaddressed in many regions.

15MD0220131112

Police are called to the family home, when 14-year-old Holly goes missing for the night.

15MD0220131112

D.L. Weller's powerful drama about child sexual exploitation and grooming.

Police are called to the family home when fourteen year old Holly goes missing for the night. As Holly's desperate parents try to track her down, Holly finds herself in danger.

D.L. Weller has done extensive research with victims and their families and professionals working in child protection and safeguarding. Holding On To You, although fictional, is informed and inspired by these interviews. It explores a problem thought to affect tens of thousands of children, of all backgrounds, yet that still remains largely hidden and apparently unaddressed in many regions.

15MD0220131112

Police are called to the family home, when 14-year-old Holly goes missing for the night.

15MD0220131112

D.L. Weller's powerful drama about child sexual exploitation and grooming.

Police are called to the family home when fourteen year old Holly goes missing for the night. As Holly's desperate parents try to track her down, Holly finds herself in danger.

D.L. Weller has done extensive research with victims and their families and professionals working in child protection and safeguarding. Holding On To You, although fictional, is informed and inspired by these interviews. It explores a problem thought to affect tens of thousands of children, of all backgrounds, yet that still remains largely hidden and apparently unaddressed in many regions.

15MD0320131113

As Jay's hold on her gets stronger, will anyone be able to help Holly?

15MD0320131113

D.L. Weller's powerful drama about child sexual exploitation and grooming.

Jo is desperately worried about her fourteen year old daughter Holly who she feels she is losing to something she does not understand and cannot control. To Holly it seems the only person she can turn to is her boyfriend Jay. As Jay's hold on Holly gets stronger will anyone be able to help her?

D.L. Weller has done extensive research with victims and their families and professionals working in child protection and safeguarding. Holding On To You, although fictional, is informed and inspired by these interviews. It explores a problem thought to affect tens of thousands of children, of all backgrounds, yet that still remains largely hidden and apparently unaddressed in many regions.

15MD0320131113

As Jay's hold on her gets stronger, will anyone be able to help Holly?

15MD0320131113

D.L. Weller's powerful drama about child sexual exploitation and grooming.

Jo is desperately worried about her fourteen year old daughter Holly who she feels she is losing to something she does not understand and cannot control. To Holly it seems the only person she can turn to is her boyfriend Jay. As Jay's hold on Holly gets stronger will anyone be able to help her?

D.L. Weller has done extensive research with victims and their families and professionals working in child protection and safeguarding. Holding On To You, although fictional, is informed and inspired by these interviews. It explores a problem thought to affect tens of thousands of children, of all backgrounds, yet that still remains largely hidden and apparently unaddressed in many regions.

15MD0420131114

As the pressure on Holly escalates, she tries to stand up to Jay.

15MD0420131114

D.L. Weller's powerful drama about child sexual exploitation and grooming.

As the pressure on Holly escalates she tries to stand up to Jay but when Jay won't take no for an answer will Holly seek help?

D.L. Weller has done extensive research with victims and their families and professionals working in child protection and safeguarding. Holding On To You, although fictional, is informed and inspired by these interviews. It explores a problem thought to affect tens of thousands of children, of all backgrounds, yet that still remains largely hidden and apparently unaddressed in many regions.

15MD05 LAST20131115

As Holly is helped to come to terms with the truth, she faces a difficult decision.

15MD05 LAST20131115

D.L. Weller's powerful drama about child sexual exploitation and grooming.

As Holly is helped to come to terms with the truth, she faces a difficult decision about Jay.

D.L. Weller has done extensive research with victims and their families and professionals working in child protection and safeguarding. Holding On To You, although fictional, is informed and inspired by these interviews. It explores a problem thought to affect tens of thousands of children, of all backgrounds, yet that still remains largely hidden and apparently unaddressed in many regions.