Good Causes

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Happy New Year And Exciting News From Celebrating Mums

Happy New Year to all who have followed, read and supported Celebrating Mums over the last year. May all your happinesses in 2012 be huge ones. May you be blessed with safey, peace and prosperity. May your year see lots of love, laughter and learning. In other words, have a good one! I have an … Continue reading

Buy Toothgel And Help Children In need

Throughout November 2011, lavera Natural Cosmetics are teaming up with the much-loved children’s charity and will be donating £1 to Children in Need for every BASIS Sensitiv Kid’s Toothgel sold! £2.95 + FREE P&P http://www.lavera.co.uk

Conran Designed Christmas Gifts For Babies And Toddlers From I CAN

Conran-designed Christmas gifts for parents of babies & toddlers from I CAN – Beautifully designed activity packs: a fantastic gift for birthdays, christenings and Christmas – Looking for a special Christmas present for a new parent or a mum or dad of a toddler? I CAN, the children’s communication charity, has produced two new activity … Continue reading

Have You Written A Will? Should You?

Macmillan Cancer Support has revealed that nearly half of the nation (46%) admit they don’t like to talk about death at all and feel uncomfortable talking about their will. Two thirds (65%) say they haven’t even discussed the subject with close friends or family. The survey of 2,000 people also revealed that seven in ten … Continue reading

Help Good Causes By Taking Part in Ikea Half-Term Family Fun

There are great kid’s activities taking place across all IKEA stores this October half term to celebrate this year’s Soft Toy Campaign. The Soft Toy campaign is a yearly initiative which sees IKEA joining up with UNICEF and Save the Children to donate €1 for every soft toy, children’s meal or children’s book sold in … Continue reading

Affected By Post-Natal Depression Or Care About The Issue?

Celebrating Mums urges you strongly to get behind the Joanne Bingley Memorial Foundation, a campaign to support the battle to end the stigma of post-natal depression and to get support to those who need it. You can follow on Twitter @Joannebingley You can get involved by liking the Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/The-Joanne-Joe-Bingley-Memorial-Foundation/171461649571896 Do it now and … Continue reading

Tell National Trust About Your Fave Walks And Win Walking Boots.

The National Trust has launched its search for the nation’s favourite National Trust walk, backed by a line-up of celebrities, including thecomedian Omid Djalili, the best selling crime-writer Val McDermid and TimeTeam’s archaeologist Francis Pryor. As part of the National Trust’s nationwide Festival of Walking*, which issponsored by PruHealth, eight celebrity supporters have nominated their … Continue reading

If You Care About Mums, Sign Here – Post Natal Depression Campaign

I suffered post-natal depression. It stole my life for months and months. It affected my relationship with my husband, my children, my parents, my friends and my colleagues. I still find there are days when I am battling back from the aftermath. I am not alone and there are so many mums who find it … Continue reading

Build A Bear For Children In Need – Half Term Day Out

Come Celebrate this Half Term with Pudsey and his Beary Best Friend… Blush Bear Build-A-Bear Workshop® store in Trafford Centre, Manchester is teaming up with BBC Children in Need Come Along and Help Pin the Bandana on Pudsey Following the success of last year’s campaign Pudsey and his beary best friend, Blush Bear are once … Continue reading

Antony Worrall Thomspon’s Mocha Cup Cake Recipe – National Chocolate Week

The National Autistic Society have sent Celebrating Mums this wonderful recipe as a temptation for folks to getinvolved in their wonderful Festivitea fundraising campaign. For the cup cakes: 200g / 7oz caster sugar 200g / 7oz unsalted butter, softened 2 tspns espresso strength coffee granules 1 tbspn boiling water 4 free range eggs 200g / … Continue reading

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