National media briefing

NSPCC, Sentebale and Bliss are in the news

The NSPCC says that at least three babies and toddlers are admitted to hospital each week with deliberately inflicted head injuries.
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Two international charities are providing emergency handouts at an African orphanage set up by Prince Harry's charity, Sentebale.
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Neonatal charity Bliss says neonatal units in Wales have fewer resources than those in England and Scotland.
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Étape Caledonia, a charity cycle race in Perthshire, was brought to a standstill when saboteurs scattered tacks across the road.
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Shopping expert Mary Portas hopes to revolutionise charity shops with a designer charity outlet at London's Westfield shopping centre.
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