Supermarket helps schools to feed self-isolating pupils
Nov19

Supermarket helps schools to feed self-isolating pupils

copyright – Anthony Devlin/PA Wire Morrisons has launched a new meal delivery service for schools that are feeding primary school children who are self-isolating. The supermarket is working with schools to provide children who would normally be eligible for free school meals with breakfast, lunch and snacks, seven days a week – for as long as they are self-isolating. Many school children are being asked to self-isolate due to...

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Prisoners to make ‘people-powered homes’
Nov18

Prisoners to make ‘people-powered homes’

Too many people leaving prison have no money, no skills and no home to go to. They end up homeless or re-offending, or both, and back in prison. This has shocking impacts on people’s lives and on the wider community. It is known as the revolving door of reoffending; a vicious circle that also costs the Criminal Justice System over £18 billion a year. There are no winners. Agile Homes is a people-centred business with a social impact...

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Campaigners request response over climate inaction
Nov17

Campaigners request response over climate inaction

More than 20 campaigners in the Torridge and West Devon constituency are accusing their MP, Geoffrey Cox, of failing to address their concerns. The group all share a belief that the Government is not doing enough to combat the climate and nature crises. And they say they have been trying to persuade Mr Cox to acknowledge their concerns since June. However, despite lobbying the MP by email, letters and telephone calls the campaigners...

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Chiefs Women secure first win
Nov16

Chiefs Women secure first win

Delighted Exeter Chiefs head coach Susie Appleby was full of praise for her side after they secured their first-ever victory in the Allianz Premier 15s with a 19-7 triumph over visiting Worcester Warriors at Sandy Park. Tries from Lottie Holland, Emily Tuttosi and Laura Delgado, plus two conversions from the impressive Gabby Cantorna, sealed a historic win for the Devonians, who have adapted well to their maiden campaign in the...

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Changing womens’ and girls’ lives with football
Nov15

Changing womens’ and girls’ lives with football

The Football Association (FA) have introduced a new four-year strategy, titled Inspiring Positive Change, which pledges to create a sustainable future for womens’ and girls’ football in England, and change lives in the process. The strategy outlines eight transformational objectives to be achieved by 2024. EARLY PARTICIPATION – Every primary school-aged girl to have equal access to football in school and in clubs. DEVELOPMENT...

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