RSPCA: Christmas Fayre 2012
Monday, 24 December 2012
Christmas Fayre, Bexhill
Where: St Marthas Church Hall
Cooden Sea Road
Little Common, Bexhill
TN39 4TR Contact:
Bluebell Ridge Cat
Sat 24 November from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Run by: Sussex East & Hastings Branch
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The government pledged yesterday that no more funding will be diverted from good causes to the 2012 Olympics.
Flaws in the funding of UK children's services are creating a "ticking time bomb" according to the charity Action for Children.
Britain has become a more charitable place in the last 12 months despite the austere financial climate, a survey out today has found.
Ministers appear close to retreat over plans to cap tax relief on charitable donations.
RSPCA calls for Dotty to be put down.
Charities and voluntary organisations will play a "revolutionary" role in the future delivery of public services, Hilary Armstrong has argued.
The Conservatives have condemned as "appalling" the revelation that almost half of the board members on the Big Lottery Fund are Labour party members.
The government has signalled its strongest commitment yet to a long-term future role for third sector organisations in delivering public services.
Young people forced to leave home are one of the biggest causes of homelessness, the housing minister said today while announcing a raft of new measures to tackle youth homelessness.
Charities have been urged to look to the Arctic Monkeys for inspiration and exploit new media to raise funds.