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Voices Together rebrands to Cloverleaf Advocacy


Many of you will have worked with, or certainly come into contact with the Voices Together team over the past number of years. Our newly bolstered nine-strong team have been delivering advocacy services across North Lincolnshire for well over a decade and we are immensely proud of the work we have done during that time to help those most vulnerable to find their voice.  

You will notice a few changes to how our service looks over the coming weeks as we make the transition from Voices Together to our umbrella organisation, Cloverleaf Advocacy. We would like to reassure you all that although the name and logo may be new to some of you, everything behind the service – including the work and the faces you know and trust – will remain the same.  

We’ve actually been a part of the Cloverleaf family since 2009, so we like to think of it as just a little facelift! In terms of the changes you can expect to see - apart from the obvious name change and a transition over to the distinctive Cloverleaf logo and branding - if you currently follow us on Facebook then we’d really like it if you would join us over on the main Cloverleaf page in the coming weeks as we look to move our social media content into one space. We’ll be sharing full details of how to keep up to date with all our latest news on the existing Voices Together page up right until the end of the year as well.  

We’re excited to start the New Year with a fresh look and with a new team member joining us very soon and look forward to continuing the fantastic work and building on our strong reputation as a support service for the most vulnerable across the region.  

If you’d like to know more about Cloverleaf Advocacy, please visit our main website: www.cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk  

You can also follow us on:  

Facebook: @cloverleafadvocacy 

Instagram: @cloverleafadvocacy 

Twitter: @CloverleafAdvoc 




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