Singer songwriter Toby Cook celebrated the release of his long awaited EP at Number 20 bar in Penryn. The Falmouth based musician was supported by fellow talent, Mathew Knight with Kieran Haynes and Jack Addy. Toby has been a solo artist for the past five years and wanted to create an EP within the last … More Toby Cook Celebrates EP Release
A petition launched by Headucation UK to make Mental Health education compulsory in primary and secondary schools has reached over 80,000 signatures. The petition (which you can sign here) will need to reach 100,000 signatures by the 3rd May 2017 for it to be considered for debate in Parliament. In response to the launch of … More PETITION TO MAKE MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION COMPULSORY REACHES 80,000 SIGNATURES
The Raising and Giving Society at the University of Salford held a week of fundraising activities this week to raise money and awareness for various charities. The week kicked off with a fashion show held at the student union’s Atmosphere cafe. The event helped to raise money for the Mines Advisory Group (MAG), a charity … More RAG Week: Fashion Show
The University of Salford Netball Society hosted their annual ‘On Wednesdays We Wear Pink’ fundraising event on 29th March 2017. The event aimed to raise money for three different charities including Coppafeel for breast cancer, Butterfly Giving for children with cancer and The Tomorrow Project, a suicide awareness charity. Click here to find out more … More Netball Girls Raise £600 for Charity
Recent surveys from the Office of National Statistics have shown that students are both more likely to volunteer and also spend longer per day volunteering than those in paid work. But it’s not in the way you might think. Polls made on Twitter show that students are more likely to volunteer to gain valuable work … More STUDENTS: SELFISH OR SMART?
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