Team V hopes to recruit enthusiastic young people for their current campaign, which focuses on food poverty
Michael Scott, trustee of the charity stated that “Unless a miracle happens, we will have to move out of our office premises” situated in Clifton, if further funding isn’t found by March 2012.
With a multitude of fundraising ideas available, such as cake baking, sponsorships, fancy dress, quiz nights, karaoke nights, raffles and auctions, and sports tournaments, get in touch and let us know what you are doing to raise funds for Children in Need!
To give help and support to people in need is an admirable quality of all charities and social enterprises, but to give this help through creativity is inspiring
Krumbs Café, funded by York City Council, provides a real opportunity for members of our community with learning disabilities to gain practical skills in the work place.
A nationwide scheme sponsored by the Big Lottery to help teach young parents from disadvantaged backgrounds the basics in the kitchen.
We spoke to Beryl Foster, now 73, who started as an employee at the Rowntree’s factory in 1953.
“Language has created the word loneliness to express the pain of being alone” “Language has expressed the word solitude to…
Join us on a trip down memory lane. The annual regatta on the Ouse featured featuring a host of local rowing clubs.