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Free Tours at Guide Dogs for the Blind Breeding Centre

The Guide Dogs National Breeding Centre offers free tours for individuals or groups of 2-50. Ideal for families, social groups or companies planning a team building outing. Located close to Leamington Spa, within easy access from the M40.

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP Expresses Delight over Funding Secured for the National Star College

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP has today expressed delight that the Government has today announced a change of heart and that the Star College at Ullenwood, which provides world renown residential care for some of our most distabled students, will be fully funding for the provisional number of students for this coming acadenic year and 80 per cent of next year.

Students and Staff Aim to Give 10,000 Hours

A new initiative with giving at its heart is going from strength to strength at the University of Gloucestershire.

The 10,000 Hours campaign is inviting everyone in the University community to log their hours of volunteering and community work and reach this year's target. So far more than 3,500 hours have been logged since the project launched at the end of January.

Rotary battle to end Polio continues.......

Polio eradication has been Rotary's (1) top priority since 1985. Thanks to Rotary's help, two billion children have been protected from the disease, and the number of endemic countries has fallen from 125 to just four: Afghanistan, Northern India, Nigeria and Pakistan. It is estimated that five million children have been spared from disability and 250,000 deaths have been averted.

The Cinnamon Trust: Dog walking volunteers urgently required in Chipping Campden

What happens if illness, injury or just the fact that we all get older, starts to impact on the way we are able to look after our four legged companions?

Many elderly and ill pet owners become worried about the fate of their beloved animals feeling that the only answer is to find them a new home, this is where we can help.

Jessie May Trust to support Saddleback Sodbury Cycling Sportive 2013

The Rotary Club of Chipping Sodbury today announced that its second annual Cycling Sportive will support The Jessie May Trust (1), a Charity who provide free of charge nursing care at home for children living with terminal illnesses.

Cotswolds MP Supports Charity's Call to Give Dogs a ‘Paw-Fect' Christmas

Animal loving Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP recently attended an event in Westminster organised by Dogs Trust, the UK's largest dog welfare charity, to raise awareness of its annual Christmas campaign.

Enjoy a rural Christmas at the Old Prison

Following on from the successful open day held in August at the Old Prison, Northleach, the Friends of the Cotswolds are organising a rural themed Christmas event to take place on the afternoon of Sunday 2 December to help raise funds for the Old Prison Appeal.

Guide Dogs Breeding Centre - Free tours

The Guide Dogs National Breeding Centre has places available on a number
of it's tours during December on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons and
Friday mornings. They will be closed for tours after Friday 21st December
2012 until Wednesday 3rd January 2013 but can still offer places on many
tours. If you are an individual, small family, social group or company

South Warwickshire Milliner's Movember Moustaches

Local milliner, Ingrid Gibbs from Mistress Milliner, is supporting Movember this month by forcing the manikins on her website to grow moustaches...
Ingrid is very keen to support the charity, Movember because her stepfather had prostate cancer in 2005 and thankfully he has had the ‘all clear' for over 6 years now, partly due to early diagnosis.

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