The number of employees donating to charity through payroll giving has declined by 13 per cent since 2020, new research has found. The Charities Aid Foundation has warned that charities are “missing out on millions” through payroll giving, as its new research shows that the number of employees donating through the scheme and the total
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A hospice charity is “under threat and in urgent need of a lifeline” due to a £1m hole in its finances, its chief executive has warned. Prospect Hospice, which is based in Wroughton, Wiltshire, said it costs £8.5m a year to run the charity. The charity said it had reduced the number of beds in
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Hassun El-Zafar has been appointed director of the educational charity Edinburgh Science, succeeding its current chief who has led the charity for nearly 30 years. El-Zafar is currently the senior producer for public programmes at the science charity the Royal Institution of Great Britain. He is also a non-executive director for the Union of Justice,
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Norfolk’s vast sandy beaches are its chief draw for visitors: even on the busiest summer day there is always space for games, kite-flying or a family picnic in the dunes. Boating, crabbing, digging for cockles and wading in creeks provides hours of entertainment for all. But there’s much more to Norfolk’s coast than its beaches.
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Every day of the week, 24-hours a day, there’s always something going on in the city that never sleeps. From big-name museums to meander through, architectural wonders to gawk at, galleries to see, and neighbourhoods to explore, you’d have to live seven lives to experience all the best things to do in New York. Below
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Copenhagen always ranks highly in surveys of the world’s best cities, and little wonder. Size certainly helps: it’s big enough to have world-class museums, restaurants and attractions; small enough to make them easily accessible. Then there’s its unerring ability to blend quaint and cool: one minute you’re in Indre By or Christianshavn, strolling along a
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Some things are non-negotiable – first-timers really shouldn’t leave Copenhagen without at least once strolling along the waterfront at Nyhavn or succumbing to the twinkly charms of Tivoli amusement park. But there are plenty of other experiences to keep you happily busy too, from picnicking on board a little boat as you float through the city’s
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Summer might be the time we all shop for shades, shorts and sunscreen, but it’s also the perfect time to grab a new scent. We’re not just saying that to make you buy another bottle of the smelly stuff. There are some very good reasons for switching to a different, lighter cologne for men as
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Completed college? Your bank account has taken one hell of a beating and so has your liver, but you’ve made it to graduation—and for tha, you should be really proud. But before you sign-off from your studies and start earning some proper coin, there’s just one more blowout to complete before you embark on a
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If you’ve ever left the house barenecked and had winter’s cold snap slap you aggressively across the throat, then you’ll know the importance of remembering to wear a scarf. The final guard against sub-zero temperatures and a defining finishing touch to your frosty fits, it’s an essential accessory for any guy’s closet. So, before you
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Colter found himself in a rather odd search during Tracker Season 1 Episode 9. This one saw him visiting an abandoned hospital, sitting down with a convicted killer, and once again questioning the impact the traumas from his childhood continue to have on him. I’d say it was a typical day for Colter overall, but
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From the tiniest micro-organism to the far reaches of the universe, sci-fi adaptations have made a triumphant splash across multiple streaming platforms. For decades, the collective groans that routinely followed book-to-TV adaptation announcements were a given. At the same time, many science fiction books are so steeped in lore, character motivations, politics, and scientific complexities
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View gallery Image Credit: Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images Tori Spelling opened up about her relationship with her ex-boyfriend Brian Austin Green on the latest episode of her podcast misSpelling on Monday, April 22. Tori, 50, was chatting with her other Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Shannen Doherty, 53, when she reflected on her time dating Brian, 50, when they
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