Hannah Loughlin

Journalist, BBC Children in Need Journalist

Blog posts in total 8

Posts

  1. Thanks to your donations we are able to support 87 young carer projects including Crossroads Care West Kent.

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  2. Less than a year ago, Sufyan was like any other 12-year-old boy. He loved playing sport, especially football and rugby, liked hanging out with his mates and was looking forward to being a teenager getting up to trouble! Then very unexpectedly, his life began to unravel.

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  3. Part funded by BBC Children in Need, the Chickenshed theatre is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

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  4. On the eve of his debut at Sochi 2014, 19-year-old Paralympian Ben Sneesby takes timeout to look back at the organisation that was so important to him during his formative years.

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  5. The Wave Project, which is supported by BBC Children in Need, runs surfing courses for local children and young people aged 8 to 18 with exceptional difficulties in their lives. Some of the children who attend are facing challenges associated with abuse and neglect, exclusion, ADHD, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, eating disorders and bullying.

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  6. Urban Hope is a vibrant youth project based at St Stephen's Church in North London. The project runs after school activities for girls aged 11-18 from low-income families who are socially excluded in Islington.

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  7. We are halfway through Poverty and Homelessness Awareness Week and continuing to look at the work done by organisations to help vulnerable young people who are dealing with issues around homelessness. New Horizon Youth Centre is a youth crisis centre in Chalton Street, Camden, London.

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  8. In September 2013 BBC Children in Need were excited to be contacted by the team working with Radio 1Xtra DJ Charlie Sloth.They were looking to recruit some young people to take part in work experience at this year’s 1Xtra Live events in London, Bournemouth, Liverpool and Leeds.

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