Shirley Oaks Survivors Association (SOSA) is a support group that has been set up to listen and document the accounts of those who have suffered or witnessed a variety of horrific abuse whilst in care in Lambeth Children’s Homes. Not all children suffered sexual abuse but to date we now know the victims ran into the hundreds. The destruction didn’t stop there. When you add those who were physically abused and those who suffered mental trauma the numbers become alarming.
Please see: www.shirleyoakssurvivorsassociation.co.uk for further information.
SOSA is calling out for survivors of abuse and those that witnessed abuse whilst in the care of Lambeth from 1950-2003 to come forward and speak to them in confidence. They are looking to trace children from South Vale, Angell Road, Highland Road, Nottingham Road, The Den and Chevington.
The song “Don’t Touch It. It’s Mine” is available to buy from iTunes (Link: http://smarturl.it/DontTouchItItsMine iTunes Search: EtherMia). All proceeds go towards SOSA and their fight for justice.