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The Stroke Association targets women, a charity that provides holidays for terminally ill children fails to find insurance and a Sunderland care home appeals for emergency funds

Children's charity Kidscape has criticised exam board AQA for including a Gary Glitter song on a list of 'related listening' for GCSE music pupils.
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The Stroke Association has called for working age women to have their blood pressure checked regularly.
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Caudwell Children, a charity that provides holidays for terminally ill children and their families, has failed to find a travel insurer for a 13-year-old girl with leukaemia.
See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Sunderland respite charity Donna Claire Venture has said it will close unless it can raise extra funds.
See BBC News for full story

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