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A fun Christingle service filled with carols, nativity plays and a fancy dress competition inspired Jayne to start a new family tradition
Barbara Weeks has helped organise fantastic Christingle services for the past 30 years at her church in Devon.
Responding to Government plans to remove failing children's services from council control, The Children's Society says the best interests of children should be 'paramount'.
Today, on Human Rights Day, we celebrate how our Human Rights Act gives young people a voice, ensuring the power of public authorities does not go unchecked.
Our Seriously Awkward campaign is getting noticed in Parliament and we need your help. Theresa May has already responded to questions our campaigners helped ask - and now there's going to be a debate next Thursday.
Write to your MP to ask them to take part in our Parliamentary debate on child sexual exploitation.
Film yourself singing or playing your favourite Christmas carol and raise money to support our work.
Many children are at risk of sexual exploitation. Please donate to help us support them.
Today we're marking the start of Advent with a special Advent Service at Lambeth Palace, London in the presence of our Royal President, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Gloucester GCVO
But legally binding guidance must be enforced across country, says The Children's Society