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The UK's biggest wild flower campaign brings communities back together in 2016

The UK’s biggest wild flower campaign brings communities back together in 2016

According to research conducted this year by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), 14 million people across the UK feel their communities have been negatively affected by...

Buying a puppy is easier than ever – and that’s the problem

Celebrity animal advocate and television presenter, Wendy Turner Webster, has joined forces with animal welfare charity, Naturewatch Foundation, to highlight the problems with buying a puppy during the festive season.

We all know the mantra ‘a dog...

Comic Capers! New kids product for Xmas 2016

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The DIY Superhero cape for kids to colour themselves.

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Community Alcohol Partnerships (CAP) tackle children’s drinking

Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) schemes across the UK play a vital role in reducing underage drinking and associated harms in local communities says a new report.

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Charity seeks volunteers to support asylum seekers in Coventry

As Coventry commits to welcome refugees in its role as a City of Sanctuary, a new project is recruiting volunteers to support their integration.

TimeBank, the national volunteering charity, has set up its Time Together project to recruit and...

Community Alcohol Partnerships reduce underage drinking and create safer neighbourhoods

Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) schemes, made up of partnerships between local authorities, police, retailers, schools and neighbourhood groups, play a vital role in reducing underage drinking and associated harms in local communities says a...

WVS wins ‘Charity website of the year’ award at the Good Web Guide Awards.

Animal welfare charity WVS (Worldwide Veterinary Service) has been awarded the ‘Charity of the Year’ award at the Good Web Guide awards in London.

This prestigious ceremony was held at The Royal Institution of Great Britain on Albemarle Street in...

Kent champion reduces underage drinking and anti-social behaviour

Marguerite Dennison, Area Risk Manager for the Southern Division of Co-op, has received a national award for helping to reduce underage drinking as part of the Swanscombe, Kent Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP).

She received a Community Champion...

Corby champion reduces underage drinking and anti-social behaviour

Craig Spence, Senior Neighbourhood Manager at Corby Borough Council, has received a national award for his work in tackling underage drinking in Corby.

He received a Community Champion award at the Westminster launch of the Community Alcohol...

Two Haying Island champions reduce underage drinking and anti-social behaviour

Helen Cox, Director of Lower School at Hayling College, and Susan Dabbs of Havant Borough Council, have received a national award for their work in tackling underage drinking in Hayling Island.

Susan Dabbs received the Community Champions Award on...

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