National media briefing: the Woodland Trust, Help For Heroes, the NSPCC and Walking With the Wounded

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Pests, disease and development are threatening more than 4,200 of the oldest trees in Wales, the Woodland Trust has warned.

See BBC News for full story

A Morrisons supermarket employee has been reinstated after being suspended for wearing a wristband in support of Help For Heroes and a poppy badge.

See BBC News for full story

Internet search companies such as Google are under pressure to block child pornography after the NSPCC said that such sites "fuel the fantasies" of paedophiles.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

At an event organised by Walking With the Wounded, Prince Harry urged people not to forget about the thousands of servicemen and women who have come back from war zones with life-changing injuries .

See the Daily Mail for full story



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