Jimmy’s Icelandic challenge for tinnitus charity

Jimmy Mole, a 46-year-old 3D generalist artist from Great Barr, Birmingham, will be heading to Iceland to take on a 10k run in the historic town... read more

11.08.2022 • By British Tinnitus Association

Cotswold rural business recognised for GWCT Big Farmland Bird Count contribution

PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cotswold rural business recognised for GWCT... read more

09.08.2022 • By Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust

200 players raise £27,000 for premature babies

New Life held its second fundraising golf day of the year on Friday 5 th August at Donnington Valley Golf Club, Newbury raising a staggering... read more

09.08.2022 • By New Life Special Care Babies

Joining forces, crossing boundaries and changing society to conserve our soils - World Congress of Soil Science speech by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales

Joining forces, crossing boundaries and changing society to conserve our soils At the 22 nd World Congress of Soil Science 2022 in Glasgow... read more

09.08.2022 • By British Society of Soil Science

Newly registered ALK+ International charity to fund research and advocate for rare ALK-positive cancers afflicting over 10k people each year in the UK

ALK+ International launches with its mission to fund research and advocate to improve the life expectancy of ALK-positive cancer patients... read more

08.08.2022 • By ALK+ International

The National Allotment Society obtains exemption for all Allotment Sites in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight from the hosepipe ban.

Southern Water announced the ban from Friday, August 5 at 5pm for customers in Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight. The National... read more

05.08.2022 • By National Allotment Society

Revealing The Mowlem Theatre’s First Visual Art Exhibition and Board of Trustees update

August 5th , Swanage, UK - The Mowlem Institute Charity is thrilled to announce its first Visual Arts Exhibition on the back of a successful... read more

05.08.2022 • By The Mowlem Institute Charity

Community makes history as South Scotland’s biggest land buyout gets over the line to double size of nature reserve

The South of Scotland’s largest community buyout is set to double in size having defied the odds and “achieved the impossible” for a second time... read more

05.08.2022 • By Langholm Initiative

Domestic abuse charity launches ground-breaking initiative to help teens break the cycle of abuse

Recent statistics show scale of domestic abuse amongst teens: referrals of those 18 and under are up 73% (Cheshire East data) ,... read more

04.08.2022 • By My CWA (Cheshire Without Abuse)

LHP introduces two new Executive Directors

Local housing provider Lincolnshire Housing Partnership (LHP) has announced the appointment of two Executive Directors to help deliver the... read more

04.08.2022 • By Lincolnshire Housing Partnership

Trossachs Trail Showcased

Scottish tourism birthplace showcased in latest Trossachs Trail initiative New trail leaflet and visitor hub information panels launched... read more

04.08.2022 • By Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

Paula Craig MBE to become first person with a complete Spinal Cord injury to swim the English Channel without a wetsuit at 01.30 am 4th August.

Paula Craig MBE will attempt to become the first person with a complete Spinal Cord Injury to swim the 22 miles of the Channel without a wetsuit,... read more

03.08.2022 • By Aspire

Broadway Lodge Running Supportive Online Addiction Sessions for Loved Ones

Broadway Lodge, Britain’s longest established abstinence-based rehab located in Weston-Super-Mare, are running supportive online Zoom courses for... read more

02.08.2022 • By Broadway Lodge

Anne Keatley-Clarke retires as CEO of the Children’s Heart Federation after 17 years

After spending 17 years of dedication to the Children’s Heart Federation (CHF) and children with congenital or acquired heart conditions, Chief... read more

01.08.2022 • By Children's Heart Federation


Redhills, the miners' hall in Durham, may be among only the 900 global sites of UNESCO world heritage status. They include the Pyramids and the... read more

01.08.2022 • By Redhills CIO

Charity Launches Equestrian Themed Auction

Education for Everyone (Registered Charity 1172424) has launched an equestrian themed online auction ahead of its fundraising day at Newbury... read more

30.07.2022 • By Education for Everyone


(FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) The Anjool Maldé Memorial Trust takes great pleasure in announcing its 2022 Awards – another extraordinary year of some... read more

28.07.2022 • By Anjool Malde Memorial Trust


The unwelcome news that the energy cap is to rise to over £3850 later this year is going to significantly affect those on fixed and low incomes... read more

28.07.2022 • By Welfare Scotland

Media Invitation Press Conference – Royal Speakers Confirmed

Subject: Media Invitation Press Conference – Royal Speakers Confirmed Date: Sunday 31 July 2022 Time: 5:15 – 6:00pm Event: 22 nd... read more

27.07.2022 • By British Society of Soil Science

Bid to make Glen Affric Scotland’s next beaver release site

A community consultation that will help decide whether beavers are reintroduced to Glen Affric has been launched in the Scottish Highlands, led by... read more

27.07.2022 • By Trees for Life

National Allotments Week Celebrates 20th Year

National Allotments Week started in 2002 as a way of raising awareness of allotments and the role they play in helping people to live healthier... read more

26.07.2022 • By National Allotment Society

GMI Construction Group donates £1000 to Manchester children’s hospice

Francis House Children’s Hospice has received a donation of £1,000 thanks to GMI Construction Group’s response to a fundraising appeal.... read more

25.07.2022 • By Francis House Children's Hospice

Comedian Russell Kane and author Kit De Waal launch new scholarship in video discussing education opportunities.

The Russell Kane Scholarship, through the National Extension College, will support 3 learners through their GCSEs and A levels. A new... read more

22.07.2022 • By The National Extension College (Part of the Open School Trust)


Animal charity The Humane League UK is marking the 200 year anniversary of the UK’s first animal welfare law by asking the Government to ban cages... read more

21.07.2022 • By The Humane League UK

Star quality for local landlord

Coastline Housing’s newest apprentice is demonstrating this year that he can turn his hand to all manner of tasks, including starring in a local... read more

21.07.2022 • By Coastline Housing Ltd

Take on the Calibre Summer Reading Challenge and spread the love of books to those with a print disability

Calibre Audio is challenging people across the country to read five books in eight weeks this summer to help spread the love of books to... read more

20.07.2022 • By Calibre Audio

Donations urged to ‘help make history happen’ as South Scotland’s biggest community buyout battles odds in final fortnight

People are being urged to keep donating to a public crowdfunder and major donors are being asked to step up as South Scotland’s biggest community... read more

20.07.2022 • By Langholm Initiative


Room to Reward and Countrywide Hotels are delighted to announce a new partnership. Countrywide Hotels will support the unique charity who will... read more

18.07.2022 • By Room to Reward

Special blankets provide phototherapy at home for premature babies

When babies are born prematurely it goes without saying that they require specialist care, from specially trained medical staff. In addition, many... read more

18.07.2022 • By New Life Special Care Babies

A free game to help tackle burnout in entrepreneurs

Founder Life is a new game to teach entrepreneurs how to manage their time, energy, morale, and money to ensure that they can keep going, even... read more

15.07.2022 • By Nell Watson, Inc

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