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National Women’s History Month

National Women’s History Month is March and the theme this year is “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories.”, a theme that honours women in every community who have devoted their lives and talents to producing art and news, pursuing truth, and reflecting society decade after decade. From the earliest storytellers through pioneering journalists, our experiences […]

British Summer Time Begins

Daylight savings start today in the UK with the start of British Summer Time. Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour later on 26 Mar 2023 than the day before. Meaning that there will be less light first thing and more light in the evening History of Daylight Savings: ‘Spring forward, fall back’. In […]

World Bi-Polar Day

The vision of World Bipolar Day is to bring world awareness to bipolar disorders and to eliminate social stigma. Bipolar is a severe mental illness characterised by extreme mood swings and changes in energy levels. Someone with bipolar can have long or short periods of stability but can then go ‘low’ (into deep depression) or […]

International Transgender Day of Visibility

Today 31st March is #TransDayOfVisibility! This day exists to honour and celebrate the trans community, but also to educate about the discrimination which trans people experience online and in real life.   "It's impossible to comprehend or support a community that is not visible."   #TDOV #IAmEnough #YouAreEnough #TransAwareness   Source:

April Fools Day

April Fools’ Day—celebrated on April 1 each year—has been celebrated for several centuries by different cultures, though its exact origins remain a mystery. April Fools’ Day traditions include playing hoaxes or practical jokes on others, often yelling “April Fools!” at the end to clue in the subject of the April Fools’ Day prank. While its […]

Stress Awareness Month

Stress and poor mental health are one of the biggest public health challenges that we’re facing. Sadly, even though that is the case, we are still not taking its impact seriously enough. We continue to separate mental health from physical health and vice versa. The reality is they cannot be separate – they are two […]

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

Every 15 minutes somebody is diagnosed with bowel cancer in the UK, that's nearly 43,000 people each year. Bowel Cancer Awareness Month is a wonderful opportunity to raise awareness and help to drive positive change through education, encouraging conversations, asking questions, sharing and so much more. Symptoms Associated with #BowelCancer: #AbdominalPain Abdominal mass (lump) Anaemia […]

National Pet Month

National Pet Month celebrates and raises awareness of responsible pet ownership through  educational campaigns and resources across  various platforms. National Pet Month celebrates pet ownership, sharing the many benefits of our cherished companions across the UK. #NationalPetMonth Source*

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