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Millions of motorists admit regularly flouting new mobile phone laws

FIGURES released by the RAC have revealed that 9.2 million motorists admit to habitually using their handheld phones behind the wheel, despite tougher penalties...

Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo: Charities to benefit from £1million

THE Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is to donate £1m across 13 charities after another sell-out year. Bosses of the spectacle which was held at Edinburgh...

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...

Statue of blinded soldiers unveiled by HRH The Countess of Wessex

A bronze statue commemorating the end of the First World War has been unveiled in Manchester this week by Her Royal Highness The Countess...

The Mayhew’s Open Day Raises £10,000

The Mayhew Animal Home held its annual Open Day event on Sunday and raised an incredible £10,000 in the process! The animal home opened its...

Wimbledon Foundation opens £65k funding opportunities

The Wimbledon Foundation, the charity of The All England Lawn Tennis Club, is offering funding of £65,000 to local groups and clubs to help...

Internet Watch Foundation wins at Global ICT Excellence Awards

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has been given the Public Sector Excellence Award by the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) at their...

Brain tumour survivor Caprice leads new charity campaign

Charity campaign Wear A Hat Day returns on Thursday 29th March 2018, this year led by Caprice, a survivor of the disease. Businesswoman, model, actress and mum, Caprice,...

King and Queen of Spain presents UK charity with inaugural award for youth education

LONDON-based charity Teach A Man To Fish is the first international organisation to be awarded a Princess of Girona Foundation Award. It received the...

Blind veteran to march at Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday

A blind veteran from South East London is set to march at the Cenotaph in London this Remembrance Sunday (12/11) with the charity Blind...
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