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New guide dog puppies you can sponsor - Ivy, Isaac and Hudson

Support Guide Dogs and help them train more amazing dogs to help those affected by sight loss. Sponsor a puppy today and help train the guide dogs of tomorrow.

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Learn how you can join the National Trust and get access to over 300 historic houses and gardens and 49 industrial monuments and mills.

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New guide dog puppies you can sponsor - Ivy, Isaac and Hudson
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Beautiful coast path walk
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Lab research

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Most of the main cancer charities in the UK are focused on cancer research, treatment and care within the UK.

There are a number of cancer charities in Pakistan that are working to raise funds and...


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Just one child

Leading children’s charity, the NSPCC, provides specialist care to children affected by bullying. Peter is just one child who has benefited from support from the children’s charity.

Peter is deaf, and his childhood had been plagued by insecurity and isolation, resulting from bullying. It was not until he was sixteen that he received effective help from a specialist deaf care worker at the charity’s Young People’s Centre.

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The National Trust is hoping that much of the UK will turn blue as experts predict an early bloom for the stunning bluebell.

As a consequence of the warm weather - the UK experienced the mildest February for nearly ten years and the driest March for nearly forty years – bluebells are starting to appear one or two weeks earlier than usual reports the National Trust.

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Life shows some improvement for those who lost their homes and livelihoods as a result of the Haitian earthquake, poverty relief charity World Vision reports.

At Corail-Cesselesse, a camp which was purposely built for some 5,000 people whose lives were devastated after the Haitian earthquake, the green shoots of vegetation outside Nanette Lanoix’s tent are a tangible sign of the survivor’s resilience in adverse conditions.


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