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Held on Early May Bank Holiday (Saturday 1May), the BIG Brummie Camp Out saw hundreds camp out raising vital funds for a local charity. The annual event brought families, friends, students and colleagues together who spent a night under the stars, in their own homes, in support of Birmingham’s main day centre for vulnerable and homeless adults, SIFA Fireside. Read more

Family law experts at Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet LLP are welcoming the introduction of a new voucher scheme that will enable more local couples to access mediation. Vouchers are now being offered by the Ministry of Justice, up to the value of £500, for participants in family mediation who are not eligible for legal aid. Read more

As leading Birmingham salon Joshuaa Shaun Hair prepares to open its doors once again in light of the latest government announcements, founder Joshua Forde is investing in a series of mental health workshops to ensure his team’s wellbeing remains a top priority. Read more

A homelessness charity in Milton Keynes, which offers people shelter in a double decker bus, has won building materials as it plans a move to more permanent accommodation. The Bus Shelter MK received £500 store credit from leading builders merchant Selco Builders Warehouse as part of its Selco Stars initiative. Read more

Barnsley College Higher Education student Rebecca Sills has given the world a unique insight into wildlife in a South Yorkshire garden. BA (Hons) Fine Art Practice student Rebecca teamed up with her father Dean to film ‘The Wild Garden’ – a documentary focused on animal activity in their Bolton-upon-Dearne garden during the COVID-19 lockdown. Read more

Kettering General Hospital’s Respiratory Service has won one of the Royal College of Physicians’ (RCP) Excellence in Patient Care Awards. The service has won the college’s Innovation Award for their ambulatory management of spontaneous pneumothorax work – a service that helps to reduce the need for patients with lung conditions to spend time in hospital. Read more