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The Bank of England 'School Blog' competition

Each year, the Bank of England invites school and college students, aged between 16-19, to take part in its annual ‘School Blog’ competition, and this year the theme is ‘the economy and climate change’.

The RSPCA's Bonfire Night campaign

Westminster may have been characterised by political fireworks in recent months, and we have a long tradition of them around Bonfire Night, but the RSPCA are focusing on their impact on pets as we approach that time of year.

Bloodwise's campaign on blood cancer diagnosis

I’m supporting Bloodwise’s campaign to reduce the number of blood cancer patients who experience potentially life-threatening delays to diagnosis and recently met with the charity in Parliament.

NHS 111 winter campaign 'Help Us, Help You'

With winter fast approaching, the NHS has once again introduced the overarching NHS winter pressures campaign – ‘Help Us, Help You’ - to help the public understand how they can stay well this winter and access appropriate services.

Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert

I have recently been contacted about Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert to highlight the ways in which local people can work together to help reduce crime amongst other things.

Flood Action Week

The Environment Agency is launching its ‘Flood Action Campaign’ with a ‘Flood Action Week’ from the 11th to the 17th November. In England, there are over 5 million homes at risk of flooding and the average cost of flooding to a home is around £30,000.

Centrebus service update

Further to my recent update regarding Centrebus services in and around Corby, I have been keeping the pressure up around the need for solutions to be found for each of the existing routes and have been provided with a further welcome update doing just that, that I wanted to share, which explains