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Hi there, everyone. 

Over the last couple of weeks we have added a number of new pages to our site for the following charities. 

This is just a short update blog to let you know more about them and links to the main pages for more in depth information. 

English Heritage Membership

Most people in the UK will have heard of the organisation called English Heritage. 

They look after sites like Stonehenge, Avebury, Arthur's Stone, sites along Hadrien’s Wall, barrows and tons more amazing and deeply historical sites like old forts, abbeys and castles. 

Becoming a member of English Heritage means you get free access to hundreds of sites just these.  

They've got different levels of membership that offer great value from students to individual or joint member to prices for seniors.

Please visit our main page for more information on how to join

English Heritage Shop

Following neatly on from the membership option added about you can also support English in another way. This is buy buying an item from the English Heritage Shop. 

They have a website that is crammed with attractive and unique products.

Next time we have a friend or family birthday we will definitely be getting something from here - there are gifts for all ages from kids to adults.

Often the gifts are themed with special limited edition ranges - so for example they have some lovely Stonehenge themed crystal-ware. 

Categories on the shop website include books, garden, jewellery, clothes and toys.

Visit our main English Heritage Shop page for more information

The Rainbow Trust Children's Charity

We added this page a couple of weeks ago. The Rainbow Trust provide support to families who have children that are terminally ill.

When you read more on our main page, and if you decide to visit the Rainbow Trust website, you can support them by purchasing branded merchandise, books and gift cards, event tickets or just make a straight donation.

Read more on our Rainbow Trust page

Royal Horticultural Society Membership

Everyone has heard of the famous Chelsea Flower Show. This popular event, and a host of others, are organised by the RHS.

The RHS also run stunning gardens, that display the best in horticulture. We’ve personally enjoyed visiting many RHS properties, and recommend a visit to any if you can.

The page we’ve added is centred around RHS membership, and on this page, we go into some detail on what the charity does, as well as how much the various levels of membership costs.

We also detail the benefits to you as a member, that include free access to their stunning properties, discounted tickets to shows and a monthly magazine.

There's loads more information on how to become a RHS member on our main page.

Cancer Research UK - Race for Life

Cancer Research UK are the UK’s leading cancer charity. They don’t focus on one particular kind of cancer, but more than 200 of them.

They are the United Kingdom’s biggest funder of cancer research.

The new page we added for them was to raise awareness of and drive support to their already massivley popular, women-only, mass participation event - Race for Life.

In the race for life you can walk, run (or dance?) a 5 or 10K route or take part in an obstacle-based challenge called ‘Pretty Muddy’.

You can run solo or as a group and the dedicated Race for Life website is packed full of training and fundraising tips so you can make the biggest impact in the fight against cancer.

Learn more about how to sign up and be part of Race for Life.

To learn more about other charities listed on our website, the ‘charity themes’ pages are a great place to start.

Tax exempt status of registered charities and online security

All of the charities listed on this website are registered with the Charity Commission in the United Kingdom. Like any business, charities have to submit Tax Returns to HM Revenue and Customs, but all donations are declared and the charities do not have to pay tax on them. This means all your donation to charity will help to further their vision and goals.

Registered charity numbers

Each charity's registered number can be seen prominently displayed on the bottom of their respective pages on this site and underneath their logos.

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