Things We (Secretly) Love About British Summers

Us Brits always seem to be moaning about something, it’s either “far too hot today” or “why is it raining in July!?”- when it comes to summer, we just don’t know what we want. But we can’t deny that the typical British things that summer brings here, we don’t secretly love every year! BBQ’s are […]

Father’s Day Gift Guide

  This Sunday, it’s Father’s Day – a day where you can show your dad (or grandad) how much you appreciate him. Maybe you want to treat him to a meal or simply buy him a gift, in which case we have the perfect guide for buying exciting Father’s Day presents this year! A pen pouch is […]

World MS Day

This year’s World MS Day celebrates the #bringuscloser campaign which is all about the ongoing MS research helping to bring us closer to ending MS. It’s the perfect opportunity to raise awareness and connect those affected by MS with those involved in research such as scientists, students, fundraisers, charities and volunteers. The  fantastic video below […]

Dementia Action Week

This week it’s Dementia Action Week, a week dedicated to showing support for individuals living with dementia. Charities such as the Alzheimer’s Society are encouraging people to take action to help anyone with dementia, whether it be a loved one, friend, family member, neighbour or a passing stranger. By taking action, people can learn more […]

Mental Health Awareness Week: Mental Wellbeing in the Older Community

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, our blog posts are focusing on different topics surrounding mental health to try and educate people on recognising the signs and symptoms of various mental health conditions. Today’s blog post is all about how mental health conditions affect the older community in particular, with advice on how you can […]

Mental Health Awareness Week: Mental Wellbeing in Men

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, our blog posts are focusing on different topics surrounding mental health to try and educate people on recognising the signs and symptoms of various mental health conditions. Today’s blog post is all about how mental health conditions affect men in particular with advice on how you can provide support […]

Make May Purple for Stroke Awareness

May is recognised as Stroke Awareness Month, thanks to a campaign organised every year by the Stroke Association called Make May Purple. The campaign invites people to show their support for people who have been affected by a stroke, whether it be by learning more about the condition or fundraising for charity, and encourages everyone […]

National Walking Month

It’s that time of year again where the weather starts to get warmer and we can enjoy being outdoors for longer. May is National Walking Month and celebrates those who like to get outside and enjoy the fresh air whether you’re a leisurely stroller or avid hiker, going at your own pace is whats important! […]

Spring Has Sprung

  Daylight saving time has ended, the clocks go forward on the 25th March and we’re looking forward to longer and (hopefully) sunnier days. After the cold and dark winter months, a refreshing and crisp new start is just what we need to dust away the winter cobwebs. To celebrate the start of spring, we’ve […]