Fiona Richardson

One of the Beauty Unseen Role Models.
Chosen to take part in the South-West live show 2016

Fiona is from Cornwall, and has built a new life for herself and her son after courageously escaping an abusive relationship. She now teaches dance to children, and is eager to encourage a strong sense of self-esteem in them.


Help us sustain the work of the
Beauty Unseen charity:


Chosen Charity Raising awareness of:
Charity Information  Women’s Aid is the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children.  Over the past 40 years, Women’s Aid has been at the forefront of shaping and coordinating responses to domestic violence and abuse through practice. We empower survivors by keeping their voices at the heart of our work, working with and for women and children by listening to them and responding to their needs. We are a federation of over 220 organisations who provide more than 300 local lifesaving services to women and children across the country. We provide expert training, qualifications and consultancy to a range of agencies and professionals working with survivors or commissioning domestic abuse services, and award a National Quality Mark for services which meet our quality standards. Our campaigns achieve change in policy, practice and awareness, encouraging healthy relationships and helping to build a future where domestic abuse is no longer tolerated. The 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247 (run in partnership with Refuge) and our range of online services, which include the Survivors’ Forum, help hundreds of thousands of women and children every year.
Charity Telephone No. The 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247 (run in partnership with Refuge)

0117 944 44 11 (general enquiries only)

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Charity Website
Charity Video links video for our SOS campaign
video about our Look At Me campaign 

“We applaud Fiona’s courage in coming forward and sharing her story. Raising awareness about domestic abuse is vital if we are ever to end it. We are proud to support Fiona today.”