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I don’t want to start with the obvious ‘truly scrumptious’ – but it is. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is...

Busy lives keep us from a lot of things we know are good for us, but there are ways to ensure we do at least a few little...

If it’s not on Instagram, did it even happen? Whether you are the type to post every meal and every mood or whether...

The good weather over the past week made you want to spend more time out and about? Great! Not everything has to cost a fortune...

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...