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Teenager Fighting for Sight is the Princess of the Ball

A charity ball has been organised on Saturday 11 March 2017 to help a teenager's fight for sight. Rose Roberts, 12, from Woking, was diagnosed...

Hft: Surrey County Council developments ‘don’t add up’

Hft, a national charity supporting adults with learning disabilities, has expressed its concern over ongoing developments between Surrey County Council and the Department for...

Young cancer survivor and lead nurse join charity as new trustees

A young cancer survivor and a lead nurse have both joined a leading cancer charity as trustees. Harry Howard, and Rachel Hollis FCRN have been...

Time to take animal cruelty punishments seriously

Leading welfare charity Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is calling for punishments for animal cruelty crimes to be taken more seriously, as the Government...

Fife fundraiser made Champion of Alzheimer’s Research UK

A mother-of-two from Fife has been made a Champion of Alzheimer’s Research UK after raising over £40,000 for the UK’s leading dementia research charity. Cath...

MPs and Lords ready for some flipping action

It's the burning question on the lips of Remainers and Leavers in the halls of Westminster right now – will the MPs' team remain...

Blind Veterans UK thanks “inspirational President”

It has been announced that Ray Hazan OBE has decided to step down after more than 13 years as President of Blind Veterans UK, the...

Charity calls on government to halt proposed cuts to ESA

National disability charity, Sense, has called on the government to halt its proposed cuts to Employment Support Allowance (ESA), welcoming a report from The...

£100k boost in fight against inequality in Kensington and Chelsea

The City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, City Bridge Trust, has awarded a grant of £100,000 to the Kensington & Chelsea Foundation (KCF) to...

Pioneering dementia research being exhibited at FACT Liverpool

Community Integrated Care is supporting pioneering artistic research that explores the impact that touch can have in promoting stimulation and emotional connection in dementia...
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