Rosie from Ross-On-Wye joins water and period poverty alleviation efforts

Rosie Bornoff, a 17-year old teenager from Ross-On-Wye and an undergraduate at the University of Exeter, has volunteered with Hope Spring to help... read more

22.06.2022 • By Hope Spring Water

47 year old Dad helps millions on TikTok as a result of lockdown

The Coronavirus pandemic suddenly presented the reality of a new life that I had never envisaged within my lifetime or my children’s lifetime.... read more

22.06.2022 • By xgilham Limited

People will not be fooled by the Government's Anti-Rights Bill

EMBARGOED 10.30pm 21 June 2022 Today the Government has published its Anti-Bill of Rights, the latest step in plans to reduce their... read more

21.06.2022 • By The British Institute of Human Rights

Wounded Highlanders Ready to Smash Records at Stirling Highland Games

A team of injured military veterans are set to smash adaptive athletics world records at this year’s Stirling Highland Games. The group of five... read more

22.06.2022 • By Ceangail

Tool charity moving to large new refurbishment centre in Rugby

The charity Tools with a Mission (TWAM) is running an online campaign to fund the equipping of their new refurbishment centre. They will be given... read more

22.06.2022 • By Tools with a Mission

Housing charity thanks its volunteers

Coastline Housing held a special awards lunch to celebrate the charity’s volunteers and the contribution they make to its work across Cornwall as... read more

21.06.2022 • By Coastline Housing Ltd

Wildlife, biodiversity and soil health – a dairy farmer’s perspective

Event: Farm walk by drone, keynote speakers and panel discussion Saturday 25 June 2022, 12 – 5pm Tickets £25 On 25 June GWCT’s Wales’s... read more

20.06.2022 • By Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust

‘Around Cornwall in 38 Churns’ an exclusive artist fundraiser

A remarkable and very unusual art project has been launched in Cornwall to raise funds for a Cornish healthcare charity. ‘Around Cornwall in 38... read more

20.06.2022 • By Cornwall Hospice Care

School Pantry Cupboards directly support children in need

MCKS Charitable Foundation UK provides schools across the country with support for food, toiletries and sanitary products by sending a weekly... read more

20.06.2022 • By MCKS Charitable Foundation UK

Make Space for Girls challenge councils on Skate Parks

With almost 1600 in parks and public spaces, skate parks are seen as great provision for teenagers. But do they work for everyone? Charity Make... read more

20.06.2022 • By Make Space for Girls

UK and Scottish Governments recommend vast Affric Highlands rewilding project for global UN flagship status

Britain’s largest rewilding initiative has been earmarked by the UK and Scottish Governments as a globally-prestigious showcase project to help... read more

17.06.2022 • By Trees for Life

INSECT WEEK 2022: Buzzing endorsement for new wildlife mix: insect numbers boosted by grey partridge conservation measures

Insect Week 20 – 26 June 2022 A new habitat measure developed by scientists from the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) to boost the... read more

17.06.2022 • By Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust

Reparations for Ukraine: An international route map

To bring justice to Ukraine’s civilians and enable them to rebuild their lives will require reparations. But while firm progress has been made on... read more

16.06.2022 • By CEASEFIRE Centre for Civilian Rights

New CEO appointed at Southampton mental health charity

This week, the Southampton based mental health charity announced the appointment of a new CEO to lead the organisation at an exciting time of... read more

15.06.2022 • By Solent Mind

Hampshire redshank’s epic journey to Wales helps scientists understand habits of amber-list species

A study of breeding pairs of Redshank – a threatened native wading bird species – whose population is recovering in the Avon Valley in Hampshire,... read more

13.06.2022 • By Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust

Foot Disease: The Most Feared Of All The Consequences Of Diabetes

During (National) Diabetes Awareness Week from 13 to 19 June 2022, Neuropad® a 10-minute pain-free screening test for the early detection of... read more

13.06.2022 • By Serendipity PR & Media Ltd

Charity announces funny Father’s Day eCards

Charity eCard platform Hope Spring announced the launch of its Father's Day greetings card on Friday, the 9th of June. In a post on their Twitter... read more

10.06.2022 • By Hope Spring Water

The law can help us make parks more inclusive

Parks and public spaces don’t work for teenage girls, say campaigning charity Make Space for Girls. Up and down the country, outdoors facilities... read more

09.06.2022 • By Make Space for Girls

Over $35 Million raised for charities around the world at the 126th Boston Marathon

An incredible $35.6 million was raised for charities around the world at the 126th Boston Marathon, returning for the first time in three years to... read more

09.06.2022 • By GivenGain Foundation

£1m award ‘major game-changer’ for South Scotland’s biggest community buyout

The Scottish Land Fund has awarded the Langholm Initiative charity £1 million in a “major game-changer” for South Scotland’s biggest ever... read more

09.06.2022 • By Langholm Initiative

Are Britons’ professional priorities changing? Randstad research shows 29% of people have quit a job because it didn’t fit in with their personal life

34% of people would rather be unemployed than unhappy in a job Randstad launches video series telling inspiring stories... read more

09.06.2022 • By Randstad UK

Philip’s Coast to Coast challenge for tinnitus charity

Philip Hine, a 62-year-old retiree from Harwell, Oxfordshire, will be taking on the world famous 192-mile Coast to Coast Walk for the British... read more

08.06.2022 • By British Tinnitus Association

National Parks Minister says we must listen to the Working Conservationists on the ground, if we are going to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss

A landmark event coordinated by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), the Moorland Association and Fitzwilliam Wentworth Estate has... read more

08.06.2022 • By Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust

Leave a legacy - helping to transform animals' lives

The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home, an animal welfare charity in Gloucestershire are promoting a Free Wills Month offer throughout June. After... read more

07.06.2022 • By The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home

Brand new App Environment launches this World Ocean Day on Earth Cubs with Ocean Generation

World Ocean Day on 8th June is a chance to celebrate the earth’s one shared ocean. One ocean that connects us all! Earth Cubs and Ocean... read more

07.06.2022 • By Earth Cubs

Soil, the elephant in the room

With over 75% of global soils classed as substantially degraded and nearly a quarter of the world's most fertile soil located in Ukraine, are we... read more

07.06.2022 • By British Society of Soil Science

Man ran 100th half marathon to raise funds for water poverty alleviation

Ewyard Harold-Herefordshire based long distance runner, Richard Evans ran Hereford half marathon on the Sunday 8th May, 2022 to raise funds for... read more

06.06.2022 • By Hope Spring Water

Adopt a Bonnie Banks Bin Scheme Launched

Following the runaway success of the A82 Loch Lomondside layby litter bin scheme piloted by the conservation charity, Friends of Loch Lomond & The... read more

02.06.2022 • By Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

The Legendary Amnesty Book Sale Is Coming

The Blackheath and Greenwich Amnesty Book Sale returns for its 48 th time. This is a regular event, much loved by the local community and buyers... read more

02.06.2022 • By Amnesty Blackheath and Greenwich

World Environment Day - Soil, the earth’s living, breathing fragile skin

Soil, the earth’s living, breathing fragile skin  Held annually since 1974, World Environment Day (5/6/2022)  is celebrated by millions of... read more

01.06.2022 • By British Society of Soil Science

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