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The Angel Tree

Each year there are children local to us that have endured a life less forgiving on them. Barnardos in Stirling rely on funding to try and help make life a little less tougher, but this sometimes results in only getting one gift. 182 more words

Angel Tree

Ronald Chamberlain, WW2 P.O.W.

At age five, Ronald Chamberlain was admitted to the Barnardo Home along with his older brother, Reginald. Both boys were illegitimate. Ronald’s father, Jack Bradshaw, was expected to marry Ron’s mother, Maud, when he returned from the war. 813 more words



As soon as you leave your job for Motherhood and the income drops off you soon start thinking more carefully about what you spend your pennies on. 272 more words


Room to Grow

Most of the residents in Brighton & Hove are familiar with the lack of housing the city has to offer. Whilst the majority of people find somewhere safe to live, the same can’t be said of some vulnerable young people. 345 more words

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3.8m adults still snuggle up to their favourite toy

Some 3.8 million grown-ups still snuggle up to their favourite childhood toy to help them get to sleep or relax after a stressful day at work, while 25 per cent of adults still own at least one of their favourite childhood toys, according to research released today by toy retailer Argos and UK children’s charity Barnardo’s. 243 more words


Barnardo's Triangle opens and seeks more volunteers

A community hub launched by Barnardo’s in south London is now hoping to open four days a week to meet demand from local families.

The Triangle at Crystal Palace was officially opened on Saturday by Floella Benjamin, a vice-president of the children’s charity, who praised the positive impact the service is having in the area.

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