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Up your friendly for Parkinson's UK

from Charity Today

We promote the news of charities and many good causes, including those of many ill children.


Vicky Myers

How to Upcycle Cake Tins into Round Floating Shelves

from Vicky Myers Creations

Twitter: @vickymcreations

I am a sewer and crafter. I have been experimenting lately with sewing and pattern making focussing on recycled bags.I am interested in the environment, the concept of self-sufficiency and green...


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Who will move the stone ?

from the Hope diaries

Twitter: @Caiobhe

I want to connect with others who are working out the intersections of life and faith, and justice and broken washing machines and children.


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Where are the rights of children with disabilities? By Latifa Daud

from The Forever Years

A blog to encourage the heart of parents and caregivers and raise awareness of child advocacy issues.


WeDontEatAnythingWithaFace

Halloumi Arancini with Roasted Vegetables

from We Don't Eat Anything With A Face!

Twitter: @facelessfood

A vegetarian family food blog with recipes, reviews, news, chat and other random stuff!


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Sick : what's in your environment? A positive approach…

from SevenCanaries

Committed to creating non toxic, safe and healthy environments without compromising on function and design for mums and kids.


CarolineBarwick

Differences of Opinion

from Life After Debt

Twitter: @lifeafterdebts

This blogger's locked in a battle with the banks. She's documenting her ongoing fight to secure her family's financial future after discovering that her husband's business has gone bust.


The Owl and the Accordion

the ideal home show 2015 with ekornes

from The Owl and the Accordion

Twitter: @OwlandAccordion

Arts, crafts, parenting, activism, ethical living and thrifting.


The Chronic Chronicles

An Open Letter to Ford

from The Chronic Chronicles

Twitter: @sparkly_place

A blog about the hopes and frustrations of living with multiple chronic illnesses, as well as general disability/access issues.


Biscuit Poetry

Rice Cake Thins, Really?

from Biscuit Poetry

Twitter: @biscuitpoetry

The Biscuit Poets meet every week to drink tea and write a collaborative poem about a different packet of biscuits. They have all had a brain injury. Read their poems - and leave a comment to make...