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A pirate’s life for me: Battersea lets the light into blind dog’s life

A one-eyed and blind French Bulldog cross named Pirate is about to start an adventurous life after finding a new family at Battersea Dogs...

Learning Disability Super League Launches At Dacia Magic Weekend

The ground-breaking Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League is set to launch at the Dacia Magic Weekend, at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool (25th and 26th May). Super...

Battersea urges people not to abandon kittens as another litter is found in a box

Three defenceless kittens found abandoned in a cardboard box are on the road to recovery at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s Old Windsor centre. The...

Children are prize-winners for their art

Family, friends and holidays featured in prize-winning pictures created by local children for an art competition in Birmingham. The Moments that Matter competition, held by...

Periods still impacting girls’ education in Africa with one in ten missing school

As the world recognises Menstrual Hygiene Day on 28th May, UK-based international development charity Fields of Life is reminding people that many girls around...

VIDEO: Donations to EACH shops soar during Dress Claire campaign

Dress Claire, a bold campaign to drive donations at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) shops across the region, has seen the charity benefit from...

Erskine Deputy Director of Care receives Top Accolade

The Veterans’ charity Erskine is proud and delighted to announce that Deputy Director of Care, Pauline McIntyre has been honoured with a prestigious Royal...

Disabled veteran hails RBLI employment service as it launches in Hull

A disabled out-of-work Royal Navy veteran has hailed a charity’s employment support programme, which is to be launched in Hull following support by Greenwich...