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Bereavement Foundation Launches Free Memory Boxes Campaign

“You can lose people but you can’t lose memories. They are always there & we should treasure them as much as we can” In the early hours of a June morning in 2004, Tracey McAtamney took a phone call that was to change her and her children’s lives forever. It was the worst news imaginable… Keep Reading

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Headteacher Turned Coach Warns Pandemic Could Deepen Crisis In Industry

“The landscape of education has moved away from local authority schools to academies which just turned some school leaders into power-driven individuals taking their focus away from teaching and learning. Their priority and moral compass has been changed and it’s gone off in a direction that is not about the children any more.” A Controversial… Keep Reading

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A Message of Thanks

OUR SUMMER CHARITY RAFFLE, 1 MONTH ON The Warwickshire Review’s Summer Charity Raffle announced its lucky winners last month. Whilst you’ve all been receiving your various prizes, the money spent on your raffle tickets has been divided up and distributed to our five selected charities. We are incredibly thankful to every individual who got involved… Keep Reading

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String Of New Enterprises Inspired By The Worst Loss Of All

STILLBIRTH, ARRANGED MARRIAGE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & CRIPPLING CONDITION – INSPIRES AWARD-WINNING CHARITY, NEW BOOKS, & ECO-FRIENDLY MENTAL HEALTH CLOTHING BUSINESS Sharon Luca-Chatha will boast to anyone who asks that she is a proud mum of two. But there’s an unmistakable heartbreak behind her smile. Her first son Luca, whom she refers to as her ‘angel… Keep Reading

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Age UK Coventry & Warwickshire

MAKING MORE OF LIVE FOR OLDER PEOPLE IN WARWICKSHIRE Age UK Coventry & Warwickshire (Age UK C&W) provide a wide range of support for over 50’s in our community. They have sixteen charity shops across Coventry & Warwickshire; you have probably found yourself browsing in at least one of them. These shops provide a huge… Keep Reading

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SEW Unique Crafts

MAKING MEMORY BEARS & MORE FROM RECYCLED CLOTHING Loss, personal health struggles and a global pandemic proved the perfect storm for Warwick woman Julie Brown but who has now turned her life around with the launch of a new business. The fifty-year-old mum, who battles multiple sclerosis, recently established SEW Unique Crafts which specialises in… Keep Reading

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South Warwickshire’s NHS Foundation Trust Charity

SPRINKLING SOME MAGIC OVER SOUTH WARWICKSHIRE’S HOSPITALS! Sprinkle Some Magic is SWFT’s slogan and it couldn’t be more appropriate. We all need a little bit of magic. SWFT Charity (South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust) aims to enhance the services and equipment provided at the NHS core offering, to provide better care and facilities for our… Keep Reading

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Our Charity Raffle Feature By The Coventry Telegraph – CoventryLive

Entrepreneur’s raffle to raise cash for five Warwickshire charities Source: Coventry Telegraph (Sarah Cheney has teamed up with over 40 Warwickshire businesses for a charity raffle) Warwickshire businesses have joined forces to raise money for charities in their community. Entrepreneur and blogger Sarah Cheney, from Rugby, has organised a charity raffle to support five Warwickshire charities. The… Keep Reading

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Coventry & Warwickshire Mind

FOR A BETTER MENTAL HEALTH IN WARWICKSHIRE We know we’re not alone at the beginning of this article in having many personal thanks to make to Coventry and Warwickshire Mind (C&W Mind). Many of us struggle with our mental health, in fact, C&W Mind supported 27,390 people last year alone. So it is with great… Keep Reading

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Warwickshire’s Summer 2020 Charity Raffle

We’re running a raffle with the aim to raise £5,000 for 5 local charities; to help them continue to provide their invaluable services to Warwickshire throughout the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.We have over £1,000 worth of prizes to be won, all kindly donated by 42 Warwickshire businesses. We want to raise £1,000 for each of… Keep Reading

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