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Young people turn to Childline over pressure of exam stress

Young people turn to Childline over pressure of exam stress

Thousands of children and teenagers are seeking help from Childline as they struggle to cope with the pressure of taking exams. New figures from the NSPCC-service reveal it delivered 3,135 counselling sessions on exam stress in 2017/18 – just over a fifth of these took place in May. Half of the counselling sessions were with… Read More…

Inspiring the next generation: RAF Science Challenge for Bristol Schools

Inspiring the next generation: RAF Science Challenge for Bristol Schools

Over 300 school children have taken part in a Royal Air Force event to encourage interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) on Tuesday, 22nd May. Students from schools in Bristol and surrounding areas took part in a range of activities including coding and building rocket cars. The event was held at Aerospace Bristol… Read More…

Gromit Sculpture arriving at Puxton Park on 2nd July 2018

Gromit Sculpture arriving at Puxton Park on 2nd July 2018

Puxton Park is thrilled to announce that we are sponsoring a Gromit sculpture in the 2018 Gromit Unleashed 2 Arts Trail! From Monday, 2nd July until Sunday, 2nd September 2018, over 60 original sculptures will descend on Bristol and the surrounding area and will raise money for Bristol Children’s Hospital and the Special Care Baby… Read More…

Local People’s views on Keynsham High Street trial released

Local People’s views on Keynsham High Street trial released

Bath & North East Somerset Council would like to thank residents, shoppers, workers and businesses for giving their views on the experimental one-way trial on Keynsham High Street. A total of 1,559 responses were received to the public survey questionnaire, one of the highest responses received in any recent Council consultation in Bath and North… Read More…

Mothercare confirms 50 store closures

Mothercare confirms 50 store closures

Mothercare, one of the only high street stores dedicated to baby products and clothes, has announced that it will be closing fifty stores around the country as part of their reshuffle. It is a move that will put 800 jobs at risk. The retailer said it was in a “perilous” financial position and has already… Read More…

New performers announced for Music for the Mind charity concert

New performers announced for Music for the Mind charity concert

Two new performers have been confirmed for Music for the Mind – a charity concert in aid of mental health charities in Bristol, Bath and south Somerset. Essex-based singer-songwriter Georgia Box will be one of the soloists at the concert, which takes place on 15 September 2018 at Cedars Hall in Wells. Georgia Box is… Read More…

Councils slash funding for deaf children

Councils slash funding for deaf children

This week marks 2018’s Deaf Awareness Week, so it is sad, but unsurprising to hear reports that council funding cuts have meant that hundreds of children in schools across the country that need extra help because they are deaf or hard of hearing are now struggling. The figures, obtained through Freedom of Information requests, show… Read More…

Get your brightest clothes out next week for Mind!

Get your brightest clothes out next week for Mind!

Card and gift personalisation site, Funky Pigeon, are pledging to raise money for mental health charity Mind and are inviting you to do the same. The premise is simple, wear the brightest, boldest rainbow colours to work on Wednesday, 16th May, share your photos to social media, using the #RainbowDay tag and donate to Mind.… Read More…

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