National media briefing: Break, the Scottish Air Ambulance Service, Anjali, the Campaign to Protect Rural England and Body & Soul

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

More than 50 life-sized model gorillas have been installed around Norwich to create a conservation art trail throughout the city centre, organised by the Norfolk charity Break.

See BBC News for full story

Scotland's only charity-funded helicopter air ambulance, deployed by the Scottish Air Ambulance Service, has flown more than 40 missions in its first month of operations.

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Anjali, a company for disabled dancers, is to perform its first show since being saved from closure after two anonymous donations totalling £70,000 enabled it to re-open.

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The Campaign to Protect Rural England is calling on consumers and supermarkets to do more to ensure the survival of small farmers by focusing on locally sourced food and produce.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Model Kate Moss is the star of the Life In My Shoes charity art exhibition, organised by Body & Soul, which aims to raise awareness and empathy for young people living with HIV.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

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