Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Mark Feehily supports Anti-Bullying!

Mark has signed up to be an Ambassador for ISPCC Anti Bullying Campaign...

Mark actually came with the idea, he said he was inspired by his own personal experiences of bullying when he was younger.

Mark said: 'I know at first hand how the impact of being bullied as a teenager can quite literally last a lifetime and I thought that if we could involve well-known ISPCC ambassadors perhaps people will think twice about bullying or indeed allowing bullying to happen. Everyone involved believes strongly that the message that emanates from each shot is a simple one. Bullying and abuse, whether verbal, physical or emotional, is unacceptable in today's society.'

He will be on at 10.15am talking about the campaign this morning, you can listen HERE. And he will be on TodayFM at 5.30PM this evening!

Check out the ISPCC Article HERE.


  1. yay!! go mark. this will help so much if people see he is against bulling then maybe, even if it doesn't stop the bullies, more people will speak up and stand up for classmates,coworkers,etc.

  2. I have 3 girls 2 of them are a victim of bullying in school, we had no help of school to help them in anyway to make it stop... it only got worse when we told school what was going on...my girl have scars you can't see but you know that they are there...they don't trust anybody anymore...bullying characters you for life!!
    Mark they litsen to westlife to get them through the day, and it helps them to know that there was once a day that you went thourgh the same and you know what it is like to be bullied.Naomi (the youngest) says look at Mark he was a victim once and now everybody wants to be his friend...
    That will once happen to me too

    Thank you Mark I .O .U. 1