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Where is home?

Where is home?

Today our blog is written by guest blogger Lynette Allcock who poses the question “Where is home for you?” Where is home for you? I have a hard time answering this question. And I can’t imagine what it would be like to live in the same place all your life. Due to my dad’s work, […]

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Personal Protection Equipment

Personal Protection Equipment

Protection for the NHS Personal Protection Equipment also known as PPE is a phrase that we have heard a lot about during the Covid-19 pandemic. Up to the end of May the UK government has spent £1.9 billion on PPE PPE is needed by anyone in close contact with people in hospitals, care homes and […]

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The Father Who Wants Me

The Father Who Wants Me

Life as a foster parent For 18 of our 41 years of marriage my husband and I were foster parents. We have lost count of the number of children who came through our door. They came for many different reasons. Some needed us because they only had one parent and they had gone into hospital. […]

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God’s 0800 number

God’s 0800 number

We need to talk Now more than ever before as we are unable to meet up for coffee and a chat, organise and attend parties or other social gatherings we need to talk… or these four walls will close in around us. A long time ago in the perfect world that God created, human beings […]

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Afraid?

Afraid?

Coping with fear Even though I am more than half way through my life I am so afraid of the dark. It’s not so bad when there are other people in the house or there are streetlights right outside the bedroom window. I have even had to use those little night-lights that are mainly manufactured […]

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Meet our Global Medical Heroes

Meet our Global Medical Heroes

These are the faces of our medical workers Every Thursday many across the country take a few minutes at 8:00 in the evening to show our appreciation of our medical personnel and others working in the NHS. Those we are honouring and clapping for are real people, with real lives, real concerns and fears. It is […]

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