A Sheffield older persons’ charity struck by the cancellation of mass fundraising events has come up with a novel way of raising money during the pandemic– park picnics.
Supercar Driver members have swapped their high end supercars for colouring pencils to raise over £2,000 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
A family who’ve stayed at home since March to protect their extremely vulnerable 13-year-old son have spoken out about their hopes and fears as shielding comes to an end.
Results from the latest BCC Coronavirus Business Tracker reveal that businesses are still facing significant cashflow challenges with the schemes announced in the Summer Statement failing to provide support at the scale needed
Bluebell Wood’s multi-talented chef has swapped his spatula and frying pan for a pencil and paintbrush to create a children’s book
Commenting on the Prime Minister’s announcement that the government will introduce new local restrictions and postpone the planned re-opening for some business from August 1st, BCC Co-Executive Director Claire Walker said:
A team of experts at the University of Sheffield has invited unpaid carers, care workers and those they care for to submit creative work for a digital exhibition that aims to “make care visible”.
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is delighted to announce its much-loved Chapeltown charity shop will be reopening on the 8th August.