The second Save The Children Christmas Ball was held at Gibbon Bridge Hotel on Saturday, November 24th 2018, and raised an amazing £8000.Continue reading £8,000 GIFT FROM GIBBON BRIDGE HOTEL & RESTAURANT
Article by Kevin Watkins (above), CEO of Save the Children UK following the scandal in Haiti involving several Oxfam employees. (copied from SC website)
Continue reading PROTECTING CHILDREN IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING WE DO
Today (20 April) Arley Hall was the majestic venue for a memorable day when Save the Children volunteers heard how their efforts were invaluable in helping Save the Children in it’s mission. Continue reading North West & Shropshire Thankyou Day
Rossendale Branch are sorry to have to announce the death, at 103 years of age, of their of our founder members, Edna May Trickett. Edna died ‘peacefully and snug’ with her family on 21st February after her health started to fail shortly after the New Year.
Volunteers at the Save the Children Shop in Fulwood, Preston celebrate a double achievement. The volunteer run shop on Sharoe Green Lane has been open for 10 years and Volunteer Shop Leader Frances Seth has been awarded the B.E.M for her services to the charity. Continue reading A Double Celebration For Save the Children In Preston
In the recent birthday honours list our very own Frances Seth of Preston Branch and Shop was awarded a British Empire Medal for her charltable work as a volunteer with Save the Children.
Eglantyne Jebb, founder of Save the Children was one of 6 humanitarians honored in a special stamp publication on 15 March 2016. Continue reading Founder of Save the Children honoured on new stamp
Result…… and what a result! Continue reading Dinner at Gibbon Bridge – Preston Branch
A truly beautiful and emotional video, this is how the journey was for one family travelling from Hungary to Germany followed by how you can help refugee children and the #helpiscoming video featuring Benedict Cumberbatch
The Rossendale branch of Save The Children held its 52nd Annual General Meeting on May 11th and heard that another successful year of fundraising had seen almost £8,000 sent to the charity’s national headquarters to help with its work overseas and in the UK.