Former Eastenders star Nicholas Bailey, who played Dr Anthony Trueman in the soap, was at Aldersley Stadium Dome in Wolverhampton this week taking part in a football tournament attended by Crimestoppers volunteers, where the 40 young people taking part were taught about Fearless.
The actor lent his support to the event, organised by the young people’s charity Re-Entry, handing out medals to the winners and runners-up.
Actor Nicholas Bailey with Crimestoppers Regional Manager Pauline Hadley
Crimestoppers donated certificates and medals for the tournament and participants received Fearless goodie bags.
Pauline Hadley, Regional Manager for Crimestoppers said: “Around one in three young people become victims of crime at some point. We are pleased to be able to help young people in Wolverhampton to have fun and to learn about their safety at the same time.”
The actor presented winners and runners up with their trophies