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“These victims are now men, who have waited a long time to see justice done for the abuse they suffered.“We hope that this sentence encourages anyone who has been a victim of abuse to feel confident that their reports will be taken seriously and can be investigated to bring them justice, in spite of significant time that has elapsed.” Feben, 75, received the following sentences: 1.Feben, of Medina Avenue, Newport, the Isle of Wight, was sentenced to six years behind bars after pleading guilty at Reading Crown Court on Thursday.The four offences in Windsor happened at St Edward’s Church, in Alma Road, between 19.For specific ward and clinic contact numbers, please visit the pages listed on the left. From multi-storey car park either walk along Craven Road to Maternity Unit or exit car park on Level 2 and follow signs to Maternity Unit. Two six-year-old girls have been sexually assaulted by a man thought to be in his late teens or early 20s at the Legoland theme park in Windsor.Indecent assault on a male, between 19, at St Edward’s Church sentenced to two years’ imprisonment 2.
Pupils who attend the school, which is a unisex day and boarding school for those aged three years to 13 years, include the choristers of St George’s chapel - a place of royal worship situated behind the school in the grounds of Windsor Castle.The attack happened between 12.15pm and 12.30pm on Thursday, at the Castaway Camp playground in the Pirate Shores area of the Berkshire resort.The offender, who was not known to the victims, is described as a white man, possibly under 5ft 8ins tall, wearing dark-coloured slim-fitting trousers, a dark-coloured T-shirt and trainers.Detective Inspector Penny Mackenzie, of Thames Valley Police, asked all yesterday's visitors to the resort, especially those who went to Castaway Camp in Pirate Shores, to check photographs to see if they recognise anyone matching the offender.“If you recognise the offender's description or have some other information, no matter how insignificant you think it is, we want to hear from you,” she said.
"We are now working closely with the Police in assisting them with their investigation.