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Last week I told you all about the giftwrapping workshop with Amanda White I went to. If you followed it closely, you will...

A really random and strange thought occurred to me at the weekend. Whenever someone asks me where I’m from, I feel...

On reflection, when we are children and even well into our teens we’re encouraging growth, the achievement of milestones;...

Bullying has always been an issue. You’ll be hard pressed not to have been affected by bullying in some shape or other;...

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive disease that attacks the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal...

A post by our reader, Erin Jones. Asthma UK has a long history, stretching all the way back to 1927, when the Asthma Research...

The information below is kindly provided by Girlguiding, I really like the #Browniepoint challenge- it means we can easily...

My blog post and monetary donation this month is dedicated to the mental health charity, Mind. Mental health issues are regarded...

Secret World is a Wildlife Rescue Centre in East Huntspill, Somerset, established in 1984. It is a 24/7 centre that aids...

This months charity is focused around the Weston super Mare Foodbank ran by the Lighthouse charity in Weston. This Saturday...

A post by Fiona Fairbairn Stairs are finally manageable again having run the half marathon on Sunday and it is nice to be...

The charity I have chosen for February is Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity. There...

As you may recall from my New Years post, in 2014, I am/was hoping to raise awareness of some really great charities and...