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CHECK CHARACTERS IN DESCRIPTIONDonating just £10 will help Noah’s Ark build North London’s only children’s hospice building and support more than 1,200 babies, children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. The Ark will complement our existing Hospice-at-Home services, providing 24-hour end-of-life, post-death and bereavement care, overnight stays and sensory, music and art rooms.

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Noah's Ark Children's Hospice is a finalist for a Jewson Building Better Communities Prize worth £45,000 towards the cost of the Horticultural and Sensory Garden at The Ark. Voting closes 20 June.

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Have you been supported by a local voluntary or community organisation in Enfield and want to say thank you? Nominate them for an Enfield Together Award!

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The Felix Project's Enfield depot rescues food that would otherwise be wasted and supplies it to charities who use it to support their clients. The Enfield depot is keen to recruit many more volunteers to collect and distribute food. It is also seeking to involve more supermarkets and food distributors and increase the amount of surplus food that it handles.

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Palmers Green resident Adele Barr is just one of many people who have benefited from the services provided by the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity. As well as continuing to use its services in Edmonton, she raises money for the charity through a craft stall in the entrance to the North Middlesex Hospital. This is her story.

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Get your natty nightwear on for Enfield’s biggest pyjama party as the Nightingale Cancer Support Centre holds the annual night hike on Friday 18th May. The 15km walk begins at Enfield Civic Centre and will take in the greenery and scenery of Winchmore Hill and Southgate. This is the sixth annual night hike held by the charity, with previous themes including superheroes, disco fancy dress and a colour walk, raising vital funds to continue supporting cancer patients and their families........

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Construction of north London's first children's hospice has begun.  Parents of young patients cared for by Noah's Ark Children's hospice laid the first bricks for the new "Ark" building in Barnet on 19th March. Noah's Ark hospice cares for children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions living in Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Islington, Haringey and Hertsmere, where there are more than 1,200 children who could benefit from their services.  However, it does not have its own.......

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