The Queen announced two significant new pieces of legislation for the charity sector, as she outlined the government's policy priorities for the coming year. In a speech in the House of Lords, the Queen confirmed plans to roll out the Dormant Assets Bill and Charities Bill.
Following the death of Prince Philip, Bridget Foley, Attend Chairman sent the attached letter to Her Majesty The Queen on behalf of Attend and it's member groups
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Current guidelines on holding/cancelling AGMs and other meetings
Interview with Ken Rees
We were advised by the Hospital Authorities that we should consider the fact that most of our volunteers were in the vulnerable age group and so we decided to close our Coffee/Snack bar.
Thanks to Paul G Brooks (Founder, Trustee & Life Member) North West Blood Bikes Lancs & Lakes (NWBB L&L) was established in May 2012 to help the NHS Hospitals in the North West of England save money on the transportation of urgent and emergency items, such as whole blood, platelets, specimens for analysis, medicines, Doctors notes, donor breast milk for premature babies, in fact anything which is urgently required at another hospital and could be safely carried on a motorcycle.
Coronavirus is having a major impact on charity events and the government’s health advice may lead to some charities having no choice but to decide to cancel or postpone their AGMs and other critical meetings.
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