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Herts Advertiser
St Albans landscaping firm wins gold at BBC Gardeners’ World Live eventchoice to highlight the many humanitarian crises all over the world. The compa
St Albans landscaping firm wins gold at BBC Gardeners’ World Live event
Herts Advertiser / Posted 18 hours ago
choice to highlight the many humanitarian crises all over the world. The company also wanted to support the work of the British Red Cross which sponsored the border. Martin’s design used colour, texture and form to evoke the human experience of... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Archbishop of Canterbury in Derbyshire for three-day visitvist St Peter’s in Derby, home to a refugee and asylum seekers clinic, where he
Archbishop of Canterbury in Derbyshire for three-day visit
Derbyshire Times / Posted 3 days ago
vist St Peter’s in Derby, home to a refugee and asylum seekers clinic, where he will meet users of the clinic and hear from British Red Cross volunteers and Derby City faith leaders on the response to the refugee crisis. He will deliver a keynote... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Patients are being harmed as NHS has just HALF as many hospital beds as Romaniapatients first when it comes to deciding how many beds are available in the NHS
Patients are being harmed as NHS has just HALF as many hospital beds as Romania
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
patients first when it comes to deciding how many beds are available in the NHS.” Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said the bigger problem was cuts to social care. Other experts warn the problem is the cuts in social... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Streatham Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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Bury Times
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Bury Times / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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Gazette
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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guardian-series
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
guardian-series / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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Harrow Times
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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This is West Country
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
This is West Country / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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Gazette News
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Gazette News / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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Bolton News
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Bolton News / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
21 related stories
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Hampshire Chronicle
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warncommunity and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motio
Lack of hospital beds harming patients, doctors warn
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
community and home care as well as hospital beds." Commenting on the BMA motion, Mike Adamson, chief executive at the British Red Cross, said: "Increasing more beds alone will not help solve this problem. This country is facing a social care... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Single mum changes life by going back to collegein a pressurised environment when giving good customer service. "Outside of wo
Single mum changes life by going back to college
Nottingham Post / Posted 7 days ago
in a pressurised environment when giving good customer service. "Outside of work I also enjoy doing voluntary work at British Red Cross and in I love to spend my time with my twelve year-old daughter who lives with me. "My advice for anyone... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Red Cross volunteer treated to royal lunch for decades of serviceworker who spent more than half a century helping others was "chuffed" to join
Red Cross volunteer treated to royal lunch for decades of service
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 8 days ago
worker who spent more than half a century helping others was "chuffed" to join the Queen as she marked her 90th birthday. British Red Cross volunteer Ann Coulter was honoured with a place at the monarch's lunch on Sunday, which united veterans of... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Red Cross volunteer treated to royal lunch for decades of serviceworker who spent more than half a century helping others was "chuffed" to join
Red Cross volunteer treated to royal lunch for decades of service
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
worker who spent more than half a century helping others was "chuffed" to join the Queen as she marked her 90th birthday. British Red Cross volunteer Ann Coulter was honoured with a place at the monarch's lunch on Sunday, which united veterans of... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
St Albans landscape company featured in borders display at BBC Gardeners’ World Live this weekFair, the garden uses colour, form and texture to symbolise the central themes.
St Albans landscape company featured in borders display at BBC Gardeners’ World Live this week
Herts Advertiser / Posted 9 days ago
Fair, the garden uses colour, form and texture to symbolise the central themes. The show border is being sponsored by the British Red Cross which, as a global network responding to many humanitarian crises across the world, is the inspiration for... Read more
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Evening Standard
Diana's evening gown sells for almost £100,000 at London auctionPrincess Diana leaves her London health club after her morning workout Diana,
Diana's evening gown sells for almost £100,000 at London auction
Evening Standard / Posted 10 days ago
Princess Diana leaves her London health club after her morning workout Diana, Princess of Wales, a key volunteer of the British Red Cross Landmine Campaign listens to speaker Ken Rutherford who was injured by a land mine in Somalia at ceremonies... Read more
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Hunts Post
Rare opportunity to visit Abbots Ripton Hall Garden Showof local charities supported by Lord and Lady De Ramsey. The main charities in
Rare opportunity to visit Abbots Ripton Hall Garden Show
Hunts Post / Posted 11 days ago
of local charities supported by Lord and Lady De Ramsey. The main charities in 2016 will be Dreamdrops Children’s Charity, British Red Cross Cambridgeshire Branch, Ormiston Families, Huntingdon & Peterborough Women’s Institute Federation,... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Husband and wife who helped families at Hillsborough recognised in Queen's Birthday Honoursof her toughest days in the job, said: “It was very hard but we were there to o
Husband and wife who helped families at Hillsborough recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours
Liverpool Echo / Posted 11 days ago
of her toughest days in the job, said: “It was very hard but we were there to offer support to people.” The couple run the British Red Cross centre in Crosby where they have trained hundreds of people in lifesaving skills and raised thousands of... Read more
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heraldscotland
Revealed: the scandal of refugees housed in 'slum conditions' in Scotlandwhich supports asylum seekers, said it received about 15 complaints a week in S
Revealed: the scandal of refugees housed in 'slum conditions' in Scotland
heraldscotland / Posted 13 days ago
which supports asylum seekers, said it received about 15 complaints a week in Scotland and is taking referrals from the British Red Cross. In recent months it has dealt with several cases of overcrowding and of families sharing flats. In one... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta team in major earthquake exerciseand Commonwealth Office, MapAction, HART (Hazard Area Response Teams), UK Natio
Malta team in major earthquake exercise
Times of Malta / Posted 14 days ago
and Commonwealth Office, MapAction, HART (Hazard Area Response Teams), UK National Disaster Victim Identification Unit, British Red Cross, SARAID (Search And Rescue Assistance In Disasters), SkyWatch Civil Air Patrol, Rescue Global, RAYNET... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Merseyside policemen and Anthony Walker vicar feature on Queen's Birthday Honours listChildren’s Holiday Fund. (Lancashire) Mrs Gwen McMichan. For voluntary service
Merseyside policemen and Anthony Walker vicar feature on Queen's Birthday Honours list
Liverpool Echo / Posted 14 days ago
Children’s Holiday Fund. (Lancashire) Mrs Gwen McMichan. For voluntary service to First Aid in Merseyside through the British Red Cross. (Liverpool, Merseyside) Ian Stuart McMichan. For voluntary service to First Aid in Merseyside through the... Read more
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chroniclelive
Thousands of runners take to Collingwood St for the Blaydon Raceand even first-aiders on bicycles on hand should anything go wrong. David Elli
Thousands of runners take to Collingwood St for the Blaydon Race
chroniclelive / Posted 15 days ago
and even first-aiders on bicycles on hand should anything go wrong. David Ellis, Senior Services Manager for the British Red Cross, who coordinated the first aid response, said: “It’s been a hot day, and the weather is always a concern,... Read more
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guardian-series
Aldersbrook pupils to star in online first aid lessonaid sessions for parents at the school for the last three years, but unfortunat
Aldersbrook pupils to star in online first aid lesson
guardian-series / Posted 17 days ago
aid sessions for parents at the school for the last three years, but unfortunately funding cuts have meant our organisers British Red Cross were no longer able to run them. “So when I approached St John’s Ambulance about it, they suggested the... Read more
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People Magazine
The Incredible, Compassionate Moment Queen Elizabeth and Her Corgis Helped a War Surgeon in the Throes of PTSDPTSD. One of Britain's top vascular surgeons, Dr. Nott has volunteered for 20
The Incredible, Compassionate Moment Queen Elizabeth and Her Corgis Helped a War Surgeon in the Throes of PTSD
People Magazine / Posted 18 days ago
PTSD. One of Britain's top vascular surgeons, Dr. Nott has volunteered for 20 years with Doctors Without Borders and the British Red Cross in crisis-hit areas like Sarajevo, Afghanistan and Syria. He had just returned from Syria 10 days earlier,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Royal Yacht Britannia rules the waves once again for Queen's birthday parade– though the emphasis will be very much on the organisations supported by the Q
Royal Yacht Britannia rules the waves once again for Queen's birthday parade
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
– though the emphasis will be very much on the organisations supported by the Queen, which include Cancer Research UK, the British Red Cross and Barnardo’s, rather than on the appearance of any celebrities. Mr Phillips, the only son of the... Read more
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express
My street party for Granny (aka The Queen)on the Queen's face Those taking part include the Mother’s Union, Battersea Do
My street party for Granny (aka The Queen)
express / Posted 20 days ago
on the Queen's face Those taking part include the Mother’s Union, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, St John’s Ambulance and the British Red Cross with participants in the parade “aged 10 to Chelsea Pensioners”. Street parties will be simultaneously held... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Faringdon photographer captures humanity's darkest hour in a new lightand began a 30-year career in photojournalism spanning 60 countries and working
Faringdon photographer captures humanity's darkest hour in a new light
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
and began a 30-year career in photojournalism spanning 60 countries and working for clients from ABC-TV and the BBC to British Red Cross and National Geographic. But it is this project, the product of nearly a decade of visits to northern... Read more
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Daily Mail
Time to party! Kate Beckinsale flashes some sideboob for DiorThe models take a final walk down the carpet at the climax of the show A model
Time to party! Kate Beckinsale flashes some sideboob for Dior
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
The models take a final walk down the carpet at the climax of the show A model showcases one of Dior's designs to British Red Cross nurses at the Blenheim Palace show in 1954 The celebrities flocked to the 18th century Blenheim Palace,... Read more
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British Vogue
Dior At Blenheim Palace: The Vogue Verdictfan of England, his suits were made on Savile Row) to present his autumn/winter
Dior At Blenheim Palace: The Vogue Verdict
British Vogue / Posted 24 days ago
fan of England, his suits were made on Savile Row) to present his autumn/winter couture collection there in aid of the British Red Cross. A friendship between the palace and the French fashion house was struck, and even after Monsieur Dior's... Read more
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Evening Standard
Princess Diana's iconic sea-green evening gown to go under the hammerMay 1989 Princess Diana Archive/Getty Images Diana, Princess of Wales, listen
Princess Diana's iconic sea-green evening gown to go under the hammer
Evening Standard / Posted 24 days ago
May 1989 Princess Diana Archive/Getty Images Diana, Princess of Wales, listening as she attends an engagement at a British Red Cross mission to highlight the evil of land mines in Luanda, 1997 Diana, the Princess of Wales after arriving on... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Could this Stockport great-grandma be the north west's longest-serving volunteer?every Sunday, helping to treat patients and provide first aid. After moving to
Could this Stockport great-grandma be the north west's longest-serving volunteer?
Manchester Evening News / Posted 25 days ago
every Sunday, helping to treat patients and provide first aid. After moving to Stockport 40 years ago, Patricia ran the British Red Cross youth and junior group in Marple during the 1970s, and acted as recruitment and training manager for... Read more
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International Business Times
Secret millionaire buys £100,000 of tickets to Queen's street party for charities with the rest earmarked for the Queen's charities, including Cancer Research UK
Secret millionaire buys £100,000 of tickets to Queen's street party for charities
International Business Times / Posted 27 days ago
with the rest earmarked for the Queen's charities, including Cancer Research UK, Action For Children, Barnardo's and the British Red Cross. The number of tickets available to the public has now risen to 2,500, despite the donor's intervention.... Read more
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Click Liverpool
Liverpool director wins Gaurdian ‘Leader of the Year’ – Click Liverpoolto arrange and publicise a city-wide fundraiser at the Liverpool Echo Arena as
Liverpool director wins Gaurdian ‘Leader of the Year’ – Click Liverpool
Click Liverpool / Posted 28 days ago
to arrange and publicise a city-wide fundraiser at the Liverpool Echo Arena as well as a celebrity auction to support British Red Cross. In addition, the award acknowledged all of Paul’s work to help the North West’s social enterprise... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Agent Marketing boss Paul Corcoran is named 'Leader of the Year'to arrange and publicise a city-wide fundraiser at the Liverpool ECHO Arena, as
Agent Marketing boss Paul Corcoran is named 'Leader of the Year'
Liverpool Echo / Posted 29 days ago
to arrange and publicise a city-wide fundraiser at the Liverpool ECHO Arena, as well as a celebrity auction to support British Red Cross. Paul, centre, and his team at Agent Marketing In addition, the award acknowledged all of Paul’s work to... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Agent Marketing boss Paul is named 'Leader of the Year'to arrange and publicise a city-wide fundraiser at the Liverpool ECHO Arena, as
Agent Marketing boss Paul is named 'Leader of the Year'
Liverpool Echo / Posted 29 days ago
to arrange and publicise a city-wide fundraiser at the Liverpool ECHO Arena, as well as a celebrity auction to support British Red Cross. Paul, centre, and his team at Agent Marketing In addition, the award acknowledged all of Paul’s work to... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
An overlooked classic, ‘The Fallen Idol’ gets a triumphant rereleasethe odd, unsettling angles that cinematographer Georges Périnal used to capture
An overlooked classic, ‘The Fallen Idol’ gets a triumphant rerelease
Los Angeles Times / Posted 29 days ago
the odd, unsettling angles that cinematographer Georges Périnal used to capture the enormous London mansion (owned by the British Red Cross) with a huge staircase and a disconcerting checkerboard-patterned entrance hall that was the film’s prime... Read more
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Chichester Observer
New Co-op store opens in Selseyrole in local life, embracing the area’s community spirit. We will also be supp
New Co-op store opens in Selsey
Chichester Observer / Posted 29 days ago
role in local life, embracing the area’s community spirit. We will also be supporting the Co-op’s national partnership with British Red Cross to confront loneliness. “With the combination of our new store and The Co-operative’s commitment to... Read more
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The Register
Marketing by opt-in, opt-out, consent or legitimate interest?why the UK Commissioner refers to “opt-in consent” in the recent enforcement ac
Marketing by opt-in, opt-out, consent or legitimate interest?
The Register / Posted 29 days ago
why the UK Commissioner refers to “opt-in consent” in the recent enforcement action against Age International and the British Red Cross (implying that “opt-out consent” is a different species). This debate is set to continue when the GDPR... Read more
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Billboard
Robert Plant Cancels Festival Gig to Stand Trial in 'Stairway to Heaven' Copyright Casegig at Southbank Centre. The former Zeppelin singer was slated to play a show t
Robert Plant Cancels Festival Gig to Stand Trial in 'Stairway to Heaven' Copyright Case
Billboard / Posted 30 days ago
gig at Southbank Centre. The former Zeppelin singer was slated to play a show titled The Boat We're In as a benefit for the British Red Cross’ refugee awareness campaign. Plant is expected to appear in a California court alongside former bandmates... Read more
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Chichester Observer
New Co-op store opening in Selseyrole in local life, embracing the area’s community spirit. We will also be supp
New Co-op store opening in Selsey
Chichester Observer / Posted a month ago
role in local life, embracing the area’s community spirit. We will also be supporting the Co-op’s national partnership with British Red Cross to confront loneliness. “With the combination of our new store and The Co-operative’s commitment to... Read more
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London24
48 pictures that prove train travel in London used to be so much coolerAgency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Dog trainer Major Richardson leaves Charin
48 pictures that prove train travel in London used to be so much cooler
London24 / Posted 1 months ago
Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Dog trainer Major Richardson leaves Charing Cross with his bloodhounds, to assist the British Red Cross in locating wounded soldiers on the battlefields of World War I in 1914 (Photo by Topical Press... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Collapse of chugging firm costs charities £360,000 in lost donationsto Action for Children; £43,055 to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home; £39,123 to the R
Collapse of chugging firm costs charities £360,000 in lost donations
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
to Action for Children; £43,055 to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home; £39,123 to the RSPCA; £37,145 to Blue Cross; £37,390 to British Red Cross; £15,922 to Centrepoint; £38,014 to Quarriers, a family-support charity in Scotland; £12,710 to British... Read more
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guardian-series
HISTORY: The town hall transformed into a wartime hospital in less than two weeksby the women of the Essex 16 Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD). The Lost Hospital
HISTORY: The town hall transformed into a wartime hospital in less than two weeks
guardian-series / Posted 1 months ago
by the women of the Essex 16 Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD). The Lost Hospitals of London website says: “Trained by the British Red Cross in first aid, bed-making, feeding a patient, giving a patient a blanket bath, and keeping a ward clean,... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Stories of 90,000 WW1 volunteers revealed through Kingston University projecttheir lives and who they were.” In total the group sifted through 244,000 regi
Stories of 90,000 WW1 volunteers revealed through Kingston University project
Kingston Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
their lives and who they were.” In total the group sifted through 244,000 registration cards, with volunteers from the British Red Cross and societies such as local history associations contributing. The stories are taken from the experiences... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Helping people in need in the UK and around the worldin partnership with Will Aid.” Funds raised by Will Aid are shared by nine wel
Helping people in need in the UK and around the world
Ipswich Star / Posted 1 months ago
in partnership with Will Aid.” Funds raised by Will Aid are shared by nine well-known UK charities: ActionAid, Age UK, British Red Cross, Christian Aid, NSPCC, Save the Children, Sightsavers, SCIAF (Scotland) and Trocaire (Northern... Read more
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