National media briefing: Platform 51, Captive Animals' Protection Society, Great Ormond Street Hospital, ChildLine, Royal London Society for the Blind

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

Women's charity Platform 51 has called for a review of the treatment of Welsh women with poor mental health.
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The Captive Animals' Protection Society has spoken of its concern after an ex-employee at a Merseyside safari park released images of dead animals left in the open at the park.
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Dozens of celebrities, including Fearne Cotton, Pixie Lott and Nigella Lawson, have dug out their favourite sweet recipes to help a schoolgirl raise money for a new ward at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
See Evening Standard for full story

Hundreds of children call the ChildLine helpline every year to say they have been sexually abused by women, the NSPCC has said.
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The Royal London Society for the Blind has called for the capital's streets to be redesigned to make them easier for blind people to negotiate.
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