Notes from Ghana: Our first day #goodwork

Mummy Barrow updates us on the blogger trip to Ghana for Red Nose Day. Here’s the latest from the road: Yesterday was a day of extremes.  Visiting the Virtuous Women’s Bakery in the morning we knew what to expect, to a degree, having seen it on GBBO last week.  Visiting one of the slums in the afternoon,…

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How to fight world hunger in 30 seconds

In one part of the world, people clear out their refrigerators every week, throwing out vegetables, meat, fish and more that they didn’t eat before the sell by date. In another part of the world, families fill their bellies with low-nutritive meals or go hungry.   The food issues affecting the world are frequently in…

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Will you rock up in red for the British Heart Foundation?

With all this cold weather, it’s a good idea to inject a little colour in your life. BritMums want to let you know about a charity campaign where you can become a red hot mum or dad. Will you rock up in red, blog about it and add your post and picture to our linky?…

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Twitter party: Talk Xmas shopping tips #shop4good

Can you believe it…Christmas is only days away, yikes! We’re sure many of you will be starting to make those festive purchases – gifts, decorations, your office secret Santa, to name a few. Come join our #shop4good Christmas shopping Twitter party and tweet what you’re buying; your favourite shops as well as learn how you…

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Help us find ex-service people suffering from blindness

  Blind Veterans UK have just launched a new campaign called No One Alone, which is mainly focused on raising awareness among the 60+ age group. If you know a senior who did National Service and is now blind or partially sighted, please ask them to contact Blind Veterans for more details. Earlier this year…

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