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Great idea to map your run with the icons of London. Well done for finding the mental strength to run the VLM AGAIN, especially now you are an old man!
Well done Joe, all in a good cause and will be thinking about you on the day.
What I believe runaway children come from all backgrounds — from both urban and rural settings and from every socio-economic class. It is important to recognize the warning signs that your child might be exhibiting. Remember, thoughts of or plans to run away often start long before the child actually leaves. If the warning signs are recognized and acted upon, you may be able to prevent your child from becoming a runaway.