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Former Choirmaster at Shoreham College jailed for sexual abuse of children

Neil Turner of Worthing has been jailed for indecently touching children during the 1980’s.  He appeared at Hove Crown Court and was sentenced to 28 months, having previously been sentenced in June 2017 for two and a half years for similar offences.

Turner, a former Head of Music at Shoreham College, assaulted one of his victims at a church and lured others to his flat by the offer of free sweets, chocolate, fizzy drinks and computer games.

I have successfully acted on behalf of many clients in relation to sexual abuse at schools and understand both the legal and emotional issues involved.  If you have any information or have suffered abuse at the hands of Neil Turner at any time, you can anonymously contact Joseph Carr in our Abuse team on 020 7288 4807 or you can contact our switchboard on 020 7288 4800.

Joseph Carr is a senior solicitor in the Abuse team at Bolt Burdon Kemp.  If you feel you may have a claim or are enquiring on behalf of a loved one, contact Joseph free of charge and in confidence on 020 7288 4807 or at josephcarr@boltburdonkemp.co.uk.  Alternatively, complete this form and one of the solicitors in the Abuse team will contact you.  Find out more about the Abuse team.

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