Trim your tree like royalty with a butterfly bauble from intu Chapelfield
Decorating the Christmas tree signals the festive season has arrived and this year people in Norfolk are being encouraged to hang an extra special bauble, to help raise money for a fantastic local cause, and trim up just like royalty.
I am literally so excited to share this with you guys. A brilliant reason to get crafting, as if we need an excuse! All for a cause that when I heard about it made me feel all the feelings. Project Linus.
Project Linus is a volunteer organisation which aims to provide a sense of security and comfort to sick and traumatised babies, children and teenagers through the provision of new home made patchwork quilts and knitted/crocheted blankets. In doing so it gives volunteers across the UK the opportunity to contribute to their local community. Continue reading Get Quilting with Crafter’s Companion for Project Linus→
Today is Random Act of Kindness Day. A fabulous day that just makes you think a little bit more about those around you and a day I wholly support as I love random acts of kindness all year round, so to celebrate them is fab. Who knows what random acts I will do today? But I do want to share a fab charity with you.
A charity calendar will go on sale despite one of the featured babies tragically dying of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) aged just six weeks and five days old.
Millie Brear’s photo was taken for a charity calendar inspired by Call The Midwife, but sadly she died just days before the calendar was due to go on sale. The calendar was expected to raise thousands of pounds for a number of baby charities. However, Millie’s Mum, Chloe, has said that the tragedy should not stop its release adding, “We hope her perfect little face makes people smile. I took Millie along in the hope that she could help out with the cause.” Continue reading “Tragedy Should Not Stop Calendar’s Release,” says Brave Mum→
Fairy Non Bio announces partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity to support seriously ill children
Fairy Non Bio, pioneer of gentle fabric care for sensitive skin, is proud to announce ambitions to raise at least £150,000 to help seriously ill children being treated at world-leading Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Continue reading Fairy Non Bio and GOSH→
The Benjamin Foundation’s annual Butterfly Walk on Sunday 25th June
East Anglian charity, The Benjamin Foundation, will hold its fourth annual Butterfly Walk at Sandringham Country Park on Sunday 25th June.
The Walk will follow one of Sandringham’s trails, and is around three miles long, meandering through the Country Park’s historic woodland. Quiz questions are posted along the route, providing added fun for adults and children, with prizes for the best set of answers in each age group up for grabs at the end of the Walk. Within the Country Park there are plenty of perfect picnic spots, a large children’s play area, restaurant, gift shop and a farmers’ market, so a lovely day out for the whole family.