News & Updates
Charity News & Updates

New year, new opportunities!
New year, new opportunities!
New year, new opportunities at job roadshow in Bath.
1st to 30th September 2019 is Blood Cancer Awareness Month in which people across the Country are urged help raise awareness of blood cancer and lymphoma.
Bath Festivals secures council investment for sustainable future
Bath in Bloom
Bath in Bloom
Will you be entering the Bath in Bloom Garden competition?
The Children’s Trust is a registered Charity for Children with Brain Injury and National Doughnut Week is the annual opportunity to come together and raise money for this outstanding cause.
National Charity Bowel Cancer UK is the driving force behind this National Awareness Campaign raising public awareness of the disease and what can be done to mitigate its effects and support the ongoing research into its diagnosis and treatment.
Red Nose Day is Back,
Red Nose Day is Back,
Best Ever Red Nose Day so why not join in the Fun and Raise some much-needed money for those in greatest need in our own Country and beyond our shores.
Walk All Over Cancer is a fundraising event that will run from Friday March 1st to 31st. This event is an annual fundraising and awareness raising event in which participants across the UK can be sponsored to walk 10,000 steps per day – about 5 miles or 8km. Sponsored walks are healthy and great fun and are best done amongst company, with all proceeds being donated to this outstanding cause.
Time for a Cuppa 2019 starts on Friday 1st March and continues until 8th March, time to organise family, friends and local interest groups to help support this cause.
Having enjoyed the Christmas and New Year’s parties with fabulous food and festive fizz the time has come to get back to normal and maybe go the extra mile by taking January out and forsaking alcohol. The human body is a fantastic collection of organs that keep us ticking over throughout our lives, however, over-concentration of alcohol can bring about a number of health conditions that are best avoided.
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