I interview Frankie Bridge.
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Hey amazing bloggers and vloggers, this week I have a special request for Brilliant Blog Posts... Comic Relief invited me to visit the charity Harmony, an inclusive choir in Leeds, and it was an incredibly moving, uplifting evening where I experienced firs...
I was touched that Comic Relief asked me to visit community choir Harmony in Leeds last week, and see their vital work first-hand.
If there is one thing Patience Brewster is, it is an honest mum. Motherhood always came first, now and back in the late 70’s early 80’s, what she refers to as the dark ages, at a time when it was not so easy to work at home. No daycare at first, no computers. But it provided the best of both worlds as she illustrated children’s books with babies on her desk, and as her children got older, painted for galleries and for stationery companies and then designs for a huge international gift company.
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Leslie Sinoway is a senior press officer for the anti-poverty charity ActionAid who loves shoes, stationery, cooking and travelling in no particular order. She is also writing a novel for young adults and it’s her greatest ambition to have it finished in 2015.
Every week, grandmother of two Sylvia makes the long 50-mile round trip to bring her 4 year-old granddaughter Zoe to one of the Royal London Society for Blind People’s parent and toddler groups for blind and partially sighted babies and toddlers.
This week UN member states have agreed that equality for women is – along with eradicating hunger and extreme poverty- one of the greatest challenges for humanity. At ActionAid, achieving equality for women is at the centre of the way they work, not least with their latest appeal, #SheCan, which works to break the cycle of violence and poverty often affecting women in poor countries.
My beautiful and very courageous friend, the blogger Tamsyn Wood found herself a ‘single mum’ with four kids (aged 4 to 8), after her husband Alex suffered a massive head injury playing rugby on October 4t...