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Tuesday, 27 October 2020

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Challenge to young people to deliver change in their communities

VOLUNTEERING charity TimeBank will work with Action for Stammering Children (ASC) on a new project for young people that will see them plan, design...

Cure Leukaemia named as first ever Official Charity Partner of The Tour de France in the UK

NATIONAL blood cancer charity Cure Leukaemia has been named as the first-ever Official Charity Partner of the Tour de France in the UK. This...

Blind people put at risk by inaccessible streets

SIGHT Loss Councils, which advocates for blind and partially sighted people across the UK, is warning the increase in e-scooters, together with cluttered pavements,...

Shropshire charity centre reopens to deliver one-of-a-kind therapy for children

A Shropshire charity which was forced to close its centre due to the coronavirus pandemic is welcoming children with movement difficulties back to benefit...

Concern for a teenager missing since Wednesday

On October 10 Billie Gumble was reported missing. Police say they are concerned for the 15-year-old's welfare. She was last seen wearing a green velour tracksuit...

Over 10,000 runners provide major charity boost at Yorkshire Marathon

Hundreds of thousands of pounds were raised in York over the weekend as over 10,000 runners pulled on their trainers to celebrate the sixth...

Brain Tumour Research report exposes shocking financial burden

A report from the Brain Tumour Research charity released today exposes the financial cost and shocking impacts of this devastating disease. The survey’s revelations about...

Charity launched in memory of murdered man

A new charity has been set up by a family who had their lives ‘shattered’ when their 26-year-old son was stabbed to death just...

Dame Esther Rantzen honours work of Childline volunteers

CHILDLINE founder and President Dame Esther Rantzen today visited the service’s Birmingham base to honour volunteers and staff who comfort and protect young people...

Liberty aims to challenge Legal Aid Agency policy

HUMAN rights organisation Liberty has today taken the first steps towards a legal challenge against the Legal Aid Agency for blocking access to justice...

Tall Ships Youth Trust Launches New Flagship Appeal at St James’s Palace

The Tall Ships Youth Trust, which offers young people, many of whom disadvantaged or disabled, life-changing experiences at sea, launched its New Flagship Appeal...

Renowned artist creating artworks with orphan children for charity

A Renowned artist will create a series of artworks with orphans from Lesotho to raise money for an international charity which provides food programmes...
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The first national study of child sexual exploitation in Scotland launched

A groundbreaking piece of research has been published today by the Scottish Children's Reporter Administration (SCRA) and Barnardo's Scotland. 'Sexual exploitation of children involved in...

VIDEO | National Poppy Appeals declare a state of emergency

ONE of the UK's most symbolic fundraising initiatives, the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and the Scottish Poppy Appeal is facing an unprecedented crisis...

The Duke of Cambridge lays foundation stone for state-of-the-art cancer research and treatment facility

THE Duke of Cambridge today attended a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of building works for The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust’s Oak...
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