We are receiving a lot of media enquiries following a statement by Gloucestershire Police on 11 May 2021.
We have made the following statement:
Our thoughts and sympathies are very much with the families affected by this long running, tragic story.
As soon as we were made aware of the situation, we have done everything we can to accommodate the investigation. The Clean Plate will remain closed until all necessary activity is complete.
It is an extraordinary twist of fate that this building, now associated with a story as tragic as that of the victims of Fred and Rosemary West, is part of a charity working to support women at risk from violence.
At The Nelson Trust, we work hard to support women who have experienced violence so they can have a life of security, away from the stress and trauma that violence causes to its victims and survivors.
From our Women’s Centre in Gloucester, we support women who experience multiple and complex needs, the women and girls who sadly, are often most vulnerable to experiencing sexual and other forms of violence
The statement from Gloucestershire Police is available here: Police activity taking place in Gloucester following recent discovery | Gloucestershire Constabulary
Please direct all enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. We have no further comment at this time.