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Thursday, 26 November 2020

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Bereaved youngsters receive Christmas care packages from local hospice

OVER 50 bereaved children and young people have received special advent care packages from leading Derbyshire hospice, Treetops Hospice Care, as part of their...

Essex hospice launches new Wellbeing, Information and Support Hub for patients

St. Luke’s Hospice in Basildon, Essex, has launched a new Wellbeing, Information and Support Hub (WISH) for people living with a life-challenging or life-limiting...

New research reveals the impact extracurricular learning has on young people’s wellbeing

NEW research by The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE) has revealed the transformative impact extracurricular learning, such as volunteering, developing a skill or getting better...

Celebrities search for UK’s hidden lockdown artist

THE British Red Cross has launched a competition to find the UK's next up-and-coming artist. The actor, writer, avid art collector, and presenter of podcast...

How do you get your story noticed by a mainstream audience?

Writes Rebecca Spencer, DocuFilms It’s fairly straightforward to make a video to show to donors and key audience – but how do you get the...
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Iconic football commentator and bowel cancer survivor, John Motson, calls for more support into bowel research

WORLD-renowned football commentator, John Motson, has this week given his backing to new charity, Bowel Research UK, as part of a bid to drive...

Young carer gets a super track day to remember with Patrice Evra

It's not often a top football star turns up on your doorstep and reveals you're being whisked away for a super track day –...

New discovery shows that brain protein could be starting point for new treatments for pancreatic cancer

A researcher in the US part-funded by the Scottish cancer research charity, Worldwide Cancer Research, has found a protein in the brain that plays...
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