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The Vision Foundation launches its 2021 Vision Fund

THE VISION FOUNDATION LAUNCHES ITS 2021 VISION FOUND TO BOOST EMPLOYMENT FOR BLIND AND PARTIALLY SIGHTED LONDONERS

Grants of up to 50,000 are available to London organisations with innovative and exciting ideas on how to tackle unemployment for...

Gilbert and Sullivan Festival Returns!

Gilbert and Sullivan Festival is Back!

London's West End theatres responded to the 1918 pandemic with serotonin-producing musicals, including the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan.

A century on, The Gilbert and Sullivan Festival promises a...

Keen shutterbugs invited to enter World Animal Day’s SECOND ‘Animal Photos of the Year’ challenge!

Following the success of last year’s competition, World Animal Day HQ has launched its second international ‘Animal Photos of the Year’ challenge. The contest is aimed at both amateur and professional photographers and invites them to submit...

Cancer Patient Urges Britain to Be Sun-Aware

Melanoma diagnoses are increasing at epidemic rates. It is the deadliest form of skin cancer, and the 5th most common cancer in the UK.

A terminally ill cancer patient is warning Brits to urgently change their unhealthy relationship with the sun.

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Ten-year-old launches petition urging Department for Education to approve annual fundraising day for animals

A ten-year-old girl has launched a petition asking the Department for Education to introduce an annual fundraising day for animals in schools across the country.

Bailey Woozeer proposes that World Animal Day, held annually on October 4, would be...

Innovative Nature Project Inspired by Japan Proven to Improve Wellbeing

PRESS RELEASE: 21 July 2021

An innovative project around Pendle Hill, 72 Seasons, has improved the wellbeing of hundreds of people who took part, by enhancing their connection to nature.

The project began in March 2019, with 310 people taking part...

UK animals are dying for a deadline, says animal welfare charity

The Home Office has today, 15th July 2021, released its ‘Annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals, Great Britain’ for 2020. In 2020, 2.88 million procedures were completed on living animals in Great Britain. Whilst this is a...

Work together to tackle unemployment for blind and partially sighted people say Countess of Wessex and Lord Blunkett

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wed 07 July 2021

WORK TOGETHER TO TACKLE UNEMPLOYMENT FOR BLIND AND PARTIALLY SIGHTED PEOPLE SAY HRH THE COUNTESS OF WESSEX AND LORD BLUNKETT

7 JULY 2021 Thousands of blind and partially sighted people are being excluded from...

Lord Blunkett calls on UK businesses to see the skills of blind and partially sighted people

EMBARGO 00.01 Wed 07 July 2021

LORD BLUNKETT CALLS ON UK BUSINESSES TO SEE THE SKILLS OF BLIND AND PARTIALLY SIGHTED PEOPLE
AS THE VISION FOUNDATION LAUNCHES MAJOR EMPLOYMENT REPORT

UK employers must act now to tackle the rising tide of...

Playwright Alan Bennett and poet Ian McMillan have been announced as Honorary Patrons of the Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra.

For Immediate Release 5 July 2021

Literary Giants Announced as Patrons of Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra.

Playwright Alan Bennett and poet Ian McMillan have been announced as Honorary Patrons of the Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra.

Disbanded in 1955,...

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