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National Community Meals Week 2013 marks another service withdrawn from elderly risking hunger, isolation and despair

Yet another London local authority is to close its Meals on Wheels service from 31 March 2014.  This comes on top of 11, out of a total of 33 London authorities, which have withdrawn the service over the past two […]

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Social Enterprise and Committed Local GPs is the way forward for Out of Hours care: Message to Jeremy Hunt from UHUK

The Secretary of State’s comments on out of hours care are grossly unfair and misguided, and will be met with disbelief from millions of patients who have been well served by our services over the last decade. Out of hours […]

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Arlington Bluebell Walk: spring into action and discover the most beautiful woodland flower display nature has to offer

Arlington Bluebell Walk opens from April 11 to May 19, 2013 Given we are experiencing the coldest March in 50 years, please check http://www.bluebellwalk.co.uk to see if the bluebells are out yet! If you go down to Arlington woods today […]

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Social Value Act goes live Thursday 31January – A challenge to private sector providers of public services?

The Social Value Act comes into force on 31 January and “will require public authorities to have regard to economic, social and environmental wellbeing in connection with public services contracts”. From next month, public bodies spending tax payers money on […]

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Direct Access: The hidden service barristers do not tell us about despite it being cheaper, faster and more efficient

Getting divorced is expensive but the legal costs involved could be cut by a third to a half if we used a Direct Access barrister. But the problem is that Direct Access or Public Access remains largely a hidden service […]

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John Paul II Foundation for Sport launches Sports Squared in the London ‘borough of extremes’

THE LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS LIVES ON WITH THE LAUNCH OF THE FIRST LEGACY SPORTS CLUB 12.10.12 is a huge date for Londoners. Since it was announced that the Olympics were coming to town in 2005 the UK has been promised […]

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Why chilling on the sofa … for too long … is bad for you

A major new and innovative campaign, combining a unique mix of art and science, will get people thinking about their health in a revolutionary way and will turn people’s perceptions of chilling on the sofa on its head. Integral to […]

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Cool spring offers bonus week for bluebell walkers

One reward for the recent unseasonably cold, wet weather is the later appearance of bluebells in Arlington Bluebell Walk near Hailsham, East Sussex. Every cloud has a silver lining! For us this means, because of the cold and rain, the […]

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FESH hogs the limelight on Charity Matters website

Friends of East Sussex Hospices (FESH) is delighted to have been chosen as the Charity of the Week on the national website www.charitymatters.org.uk from December 4-9, 2011. FESH is a registered charity raising awareness and funds for nine local hospices […]

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Voices from Both Sides of the Fence – a screening of short films in London

Emergence¹ is screening a series of extraordinary short films called ‘Voices from Both Sides of the Fence’ – this event forms part of its national fundraising month ‘Open the Parachute’ which aims to create awareness of personality disorder (PD). The […]

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A killer company strapline … and a great advertorial

Ann Grain of jag press & publicity wrote an informative and very readable advertorial for Purepaint that had exactly the right balance of facts and thought provoking content. She handled the process from initial meeting to the delivery of the […]

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Communicating illness: let’s talk about mental health

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We were particularly saddened this week at jag by the news that Robin Williams had taken his own life. Whilst the tragic loss of a great talent has been the predominant focus of the media’s reporting, his untimely death has […]

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Client Case Study

Out of hours GP providers – providing communication support

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The brief: To support two social enterprise out of hours GP providers – both also operate NHS 111 services up and down the country – as well as the federation of social enterprise unscheduled care providers, who have 22 members. […]

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