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What will you be doing on St George’s Day, Thursday 23 April?

27 Feb 2009

Here’s your opportunity to do something a little different on St George’s Day.

In court for 22 separate offences – would you give Billy a second chance?

27 Feb 2009

Billy lives with his parents, three brothers, uncle and grandmother in Thanet.

The Children's Society responds to Lord Laming's review of child protection

12 Mar 2009

Bob Reitemeier, Chief Executive of The Children's Society, comments:

STARS shines at Nottingham conference

12 Mar 2009

A major national conference aimed at helping children whose parents misuse drugs or alcohol was held on 12 March by The Children’s Society in central Nottingham.

Greenwich project celebrates success in improving relations between young and old

17 Mar 2009

The Children's Society marked three years of success in reducing conflict between young and older residents in Greenwich by holding a celebration on Tuesday 17 March.

Strong, loving relationships are at the heart of a good childhood

16 Apr 2009

The Children’s Society supports the UK's first National Family Week will be held from 25 - 31 May 2009.

Celebrity support is icing on the cake for St George's Day 'Bake and Brew'

16 Apr 2009

Take part in our St George’s Day Bake and Brew and make a difference in the lives of children across the UK.

Put a spring in your step

16 Apr 2009

“I absolutely loved organising my own fundraising walk for The Children's Society. It was so much fun and we raised over £800!”

Summer comes early to The Children’s Society

16 Apr 2009

Today we lead busy lives. We often have little time for the important things in life. This year, at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, The Children’s Society presents a practical back garden.

The Children's Society responds to report on looked-after children

20 Apr 2009

Bob Reitemeier, Chief Executive of The Children's Society, comments on the Children, Schools and Families' Select Committee report on looked-after children: