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Lloyds Bank Foundation bolsters Board with new appointments

Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales has kicked off the new year with a reinvigoration of its Board of trustees. Five new trustees...

Grandmother speaks of the ‘fun and friendships’ charity work brings

Jane Bannerman, a mother of four and grandmother of 13, has been a staunch supporter of children’s charity Action Medical Research for more than...

£180k grant will support isolated deaf community

The City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, City Bridge Trust, has awarded a grant of £180,000 to the Jewish Deaf Association (JDA). The grant...

Dad embarks on year-long charity challenge

While many of us spent New Year’s Day nursing headaches (or our wallets!), Paul Suggitt (37) from Hartlepool was up at the crack of...

Evelyn’s memory will live on thanks to her parents

The memory of a little girl is to live on after a treatment room that she never had the opportunity to use was named...

Sir Steve Redgrave opens £1m boathouse development

Sir Steve Redgrave, five-time Olympic gold medallist, officially opened Lea Rowing Club's £1m boathouse development in Spring Hill at the weekend, thanks to a...

Comment: Impact of Spending Review on health and social care

NATIONAL deafblind charity Sense has today (19 July) responded to the Health Select Committee’s report examining the impact of the Spending Review on health and...

Majority oppose FGM in countries where practice persists

Approximately two-thirds of men, women, boys and girls in countries where female genital mutilation is common say they want the practice to end –...

South Sudan faces economic collapse

Five years after independence South Sudan is selling oil 'futures' to pay for the present. A crashing economy and continued fighting threaten the future of...

Tragic Loss on Father’s Day sparks fundraising effort

On Sunday 19th June, Father's Day, 49 year old community youth football coach Donny Sinclair was playing in a fun football match at the...

Pioneering dementia service opens in Manchester

The former Labour MP, Hazel Blears, opened the launch of a pioneering new dementia service in Manchester on Friday, named the ‘EachStep Club’, that...

Birmingham St Mary’s is the UK’s first hospice to be named an ‘Investor in Diversity’

Birmingham St Mary's Hospice has been given an Investors in Diversity Award, making it the first hospice in the UK to achieve the prestigious...

Met police officers receive Barnardo’s Nightwatch training

Metropolitan Police Service Business Improvement District (BID) Officers in the London Borough of Southwark are taking part in a new child sexual exploitation training...

Presenters raise over £1,012,483 for Comic Relief

Presenting duo Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly completed the longest-ever Comic Relief Danceathon this week, raising an incredible total of £1,012,483 for vital causes.  The...
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