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Wednesday, 21 October 2020

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Equipment and time donated to Yorda Adventures, helping children with learning disabilities

On behalf of Surrey Freemasons, Steve Norris and Steve Butwell visited Yorda Adventures in Chessington, to donate equipment for their wooded children’s adventure area....

Shelter to host ‘UK’s biggest carol concert’ in support of families facing homelessness this Christmas

THIS winter, housing and homelessness charity Shelter are aiming to host the UK's biggest virtual carol concert. The concert will bring the nation together...

Devon locals with learning disabilities create stop-motion animation to help halt disabled hate

A new stop-motion animation created by people with learning disabilities and their support workers in Devon is hoping to raise awareness of disability hate...

Sailing on plastic tides

AFTER one month sailing and cleaning the coast from Gweek to Exeter, Clean Ocean Sailing successfully completed their mission to deliver one ton of...

Charities rally behind call for boost to Gift Aid

MORE than 200 UK charities have joined a coalition calling on the Government to temporarily increase the level of Gift Aid that can be...

Transplant research critical beyond COVID-19 disruption

The latest annual transplantation report produced by NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) has confirmed the number of organ transplants taking place suddenly dropped when COVID-19 hit the UK in March 2020.   Before transplant centres were forced...

Learn lessons of COVID-19 food provision before the next emergency, urges British Red Cross

ACCESS to food in emergencies: learning from COVID-19, a new report from British Red Cross calls for changes to food provision during emergencies, following...

New charity initiative focuses on early diagnosis for children with bone cancer to save young lives

To mark Sarcoma Awareness Month this July, charities Children with Cancer UK and Bone Cancer Research Trust have launched a new project which aims...

Grieving gran’s petition will mean parliamentary debate on research into childhood cancers

The family of a young boy who died from an incurable brain tumour 11 months after diagnosis is celebrating after an announcement that the...

Thousands of heart attack sufferers missed life saving hospital care during coronavirus

An estimated 5000 heart attack sufferers in England may have missed out on life-saving hospital treatment due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new...

As more go hungry and malnutrition persists, achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 in doubt, UN report warns

More people are going hungry, an annual study by the United Nations has found. Tens of millions have joined the ranks of the chronically...

Young people call on government to prioritise mental health in UK’s coronavirus recovery

YOUNG people are demanding action from politicians to tackle mental health issues, as data released today reveals feeling ignored by the Government during the...
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Hospice reunites family with WW2 medals

A Birmingham family have been reunited with World War Two medals awarded to their uncle on the front lines of Europe and Africa. The medals...

‘BooBee bus’ takes to the streets of Manchester encouraging women to be ‘breast aware’

CHARITY Prevent Breast Cancer is encouraging women to come forward and be more 'breast aware', with a specially decorated pink information bus taking to...

Matt Baker returns for The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge in its 10th year

THE iconic challenge which has seen Matt Baker travel thousands of miles alongside children and young people, who have been supported by BBC Children...
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