Category Archive: Real Life

Feb 28

Eating Disorders – Are you asking the right questions

Speaking up My daughter was 19, almost 20 when I found out she had an eating disorder. A friend had told her that if she didn’t speak to me about it then he would. I will be forever grateful to that young man. How long would it have gone undiscovered otherwise? She agreed to get …

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Feb 27

Let’s Talk About Eating Disorders


Please, let’s talk about eating disorders. The more we talk about it the easier we make it for both those who suffer from one and the wider family who are also affected. Let’s talk and dispel some of the myths that surround eating disorders – that it’s all about the food. It’s not. February 27th …

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Aug 26

In Search of the Past – A visit to the Somme Part 5 by Penny Gerrard

Lieutenant Colonel Harry Vivian Robert Hodson The Gerrards and the Hodsons had completed a moving but successful first day travelling round the Somme and as our schedule only allowed us two days in the battlefield area we were up and about early on our second day, ready to find another one of Richard’s family members …

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Apr 29

Helen Cox – Funeral Celebrant

Historian and author Helen Cox chats to Frost about her life as a funeral celebrant. How long have you been a celebrant, Helen? It’s a very new career path for me – I only started in November 2015. What made you decided to follow that path? Pure serendipity, and two very sad losses. My godmother …

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Feb 09

Shoe Aid – Because Walking Barefoot Should Be A Choice…

‘We’re shoe people….that’s what we do. Can you imagine a life where you and your family cannot afford a simple pair of shoes? For 300 million children worldwide, this is a reality. They do not have a choice to be barefoot because their families are too impoverished to afford an essential pair of shoes. We’re …

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Dec 25

Celebrities Turn Out For Crisis At Christmas Charity Casino Fundraiser…

  It’s around about now on Christmas Day that family come together for Christmas dinner, reflect on the year and look forward to a new one, all washed down with a glass of Bucks Fizz and Auntie Maur’s mince pies. But Christmas can be an incredibly difficult time of year for a person cut off …

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Dec 02

The Menopause Is A Mystery For One In Five Women… Kira Survey Reveals Dangerous Knowledge Gap

Two out of five women who have gone through the menopause admit they were not prepared for the hormonal upheaval that comes with the change of life, and only one in four women aged 40 to 60 is confident she knows enough about the way hormones affect her daily life. Although this milestone is a …

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Sep 10

Jeans For Genes Pop Up Store

We have the latest and most exciting Free, YES Free laundrette to hit London and we ventured out to see an exclusive preview! Its open from the 11th till Monday the 14th of September from 11am – 5pm. The amazing premium washer brand Miele and the Charity Jeans for Genes have joined forces and decided …

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