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Elizabeth Feltoe | 29th November 2019

Too early?! Never! Despite having young children I am usually the first in my house to want to put the tree up, the lights round the front door and the mulled wine opened. I have also opened day one of my advent calendar, despite it only being the 29th November. I just couldn’t resist. Don’t tell Ben and Iris otherwise I’ll have to say yes to them

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Volunteering and why it's super cool

Elizabeth Feltoe | 25th October 2019

Amanda gives us her wisdom about volunteering. Looking after other people (being a friend, a good member of the community or taking on a cause) are all ways to help other people One of the best ways to help look after other people is by volunteering! If you volunteer in an area that you are passionate about you are likely to be more committed and s

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Say cheese!!

Elizabeth Feltoe | 4th October 2019

It’s World Smile Day today, Friday 4th October. That Friday feeling usually makes me break out in a grin, I have to say. Friday is my favourite day of the week because you have all of the anticipation of the weekend ahead plus I get to have pizza on a Friday night, happy days. World Smile Day was developed by the designer of the original smiley fac

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Get going!...

Elizabeth Feltoe | 20th September 2019

I have my lovely Dad to thank for my love of being active. Sunday afternoons were designated as Family Activity (known as FA!) time when we would tramp round the chilly Derbyshire countryside, visit a National Trust property or be forced to mow the lawn or cut hedges. At the time, as a reluctant teenager, I didn’t always relish the prospect and was

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How do you do!

Elizabeth Feltoe | 23rd July 2019

I am a couple of months into my Phase job and the time has flown by. I am working in the office supporting with admin and comms stuff and generally helping things tick along. Things I have learned since arriving: Phase is super organised and focused on its reason for being here. I have worked in a few small charities and none of them have been qui

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