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Young people from all over Wales gathered at the Senedd in Cardiff to debate climate change in front of Ministers, Assembly Members and representatives from the Future Generations Commissioner's Office.
The creators of Bright Sparks, a unique STEM education project from Theatr Clywd and Bangor University, have praised the impacts of the programme in Welsh schools with an estimated 1,200 students set to be reached by the initiative this year, an increase of 600 from last year.
Eight UK-based charities have been named as the winners and runners-up at the annual ScottishPower Foundation Awards ceremony, splitting a £30,000 fund to support benevolent work in communities around the country.
ScottishPower Foundation to donate additional £30,000 to organisations across the UK. Twenty-two charities have been shortlisted at this year’s ScottishPower Foundation Awards, which celebrate benevolent work in local communities the length and breadth of the UK.
Pupils from Kirkmichael Primary School are among the first youngsters in Scotland to benefit from a series of innovative new nature-inspired STEM workshops at an Ayrshire estate with royal links.
The charity Music in Hospitals & Care (MiHC) organises carefully selected musicians to sing soothing lullabies and play calming melodies for premature babies and sick children in hospitals and hospices.
The charity Music in Hospitals & Care (MiHC) organises professional musicians to provide soothing lullabies and calming melodies for premature babies and sick children in hospitals and hospices.
Opera singer Wynne Evans, who is also an Ambassador for the charity Music in Hospitals & Care Cymru, is bringing live music to children at The Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital in Cardiff.
The ScottishPower Foundation has announced this year’s recipients of its annual award fund. Twenty-five charities from across the UK will share in the £1.25 million pot to help them make a positive difference to people’s lives in many diverse communities.
On Tuesday 13 November, the ScottishPower Foundation hosted its second annual Autumn Lecture. In celebration of Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018 and delivered in conjunction with the National Theatre of Scotland (NTS), the event focused on the country’s landscape for the next generation.
On Tuesday 13 November 2018, the ScottishPower Foundation will host its Autumn Lecture at Rockvilla in Glasgow in conjunction with the National Theatre of Scotland.
ScottishPower Foundation announces winners of its annual ceremony.
ScottishPower Foundation to donate additional £30,000 to organisations across the UK.
Aberdeen volunteers turned out in force at the weekend at Torry Battery to take part in a beach clean to protect local marine wildlife as part of RSPB Scotland’s four-day Dolphinwatch Carnival.
A new pond-dipping area for visitors has been officially opened at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond near Gartocharn.
Torry communities, school children, partners and local politicians are thanked for making “wish come true” at the launch of RSPB Dolphinwatch.
RSPB Scotland is going to take Dolphinwatch activities to schools and the community in Torry in Aberdeen over the next two years thanks to funding from the ScottishPower Foundation and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Young entrepreneurs in the west of Scotland are being encouraged to lead an environmental revolution by taking part in interactive sustainability sessions.
Charitable projects serving communities right across the UK from Aberdeen to Sussex are set to receive a funding boost of more than £1m from the ScottishPower Foundation.
Work has been underway at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond this month to build a new pond-dipping facility for visitors, despite the heavy snow which fell across the region.
The 11th annual 'Your Heroes' awards, which are sponsored by the ScottishPower Foundation in partnership with Trinity Mirror newspapers, took place at the Ramada Hotel, Southport on 24th January.