Impact Art Fair at Block 336, Brixton

Two years ago Annie Morgan’s life looked pretty straight forward – a home, ageing parents, a beloved daughter, a job as a TV producer. However,... read more

02.07.2013 • By Creative Future

Disabled equality campaigners refused entry to gay Glasgow nightclub

Civil partners Robert and Nathan Gale attended the Scottish Charity awards and won an award for their work on the Marriage Equality campaign before... read more

17.06.2013 • By LGBT Network

Listen to my tragic story to understand the plight of asylum seekers

A Swindon-based Fixer who had to flee his country for his life aged seven after he was orphaned in violence that wiped out his entire village is... read more

04.06.2013 • By Fixers

Devon teens on a mission to halt ‘disposable fashion’ trend

A pair of Torbay Fixers are urging others to feed their fashion senses by re-cycling clothes rather than chucking them away. Working with... read more

04.06.2013 • By Fixers

‘Go back to where you came from.’ What if you can’t?

Two Canterbury based Fixers feel asylum seekers are misunderstood and more should be done to welcome them into society. Oscar Leitner, 16 and... read more

03.06.2013 • By Fixers

Don’t let your life be ruined by seeking five minutes of teenage internet ‘fame’

A Harrogate Fixer is warning other teenagers about the dangers of following the trend of posting provocative pictures of themselves online. Jade... read more

03.06.2013 • By Fixers

Outstanding early years care for vision impaired toddlers comes to Stratford

Parents with young children are warmly welcomed to join the RLSB at its new Parents & Toddlers group at the Chandos East Centre in Stratford on... read more

31.05.2013 • By The Royal London Society for Blind People

Law Student Experiences Homophobia by Senior Lincolnshire Police Officer

Reece Wilkes a 20 year old University of Lincoln Law Student applied to Lincolnshire Police as Special Constable and was shocked by the... read more

29.05.2013 • By LGBT Network

The Blurt Foundation’s online shop opens for business

The Blurt Foundation CIC is proud to announce that their online shop is now open for business. Proceeds from the shop, which can be found on the... read more

10.05.2013 • By The Blurt Foundation CIC

Cycling from Lands End to John O’Groats for Sunfield

On 6th July 2013, Debbie Pearce, who works at a National UK Charity and independent residential special school and children’s home in Stourbridge... read more

09.05.2013 • By Sunfield Childrens Homes Limited

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