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Celebrities Reveal Teen Pics to Launch Barnardo’s Fostering Campaign


Dame Joan Collins, Andy Serkis, Linda Robson are among stars who have braved the days of acne and dodgy haircuts to release candid photos of themselves as adolescents. Barnardo’s approached celebrities for their ‘unseen’ teen pics as part of a new campaign to recruit more foster carers in the UK.

Help extend the Festive Cheer by Re-gifting Christmas Presents to Children’s Charity


Recycling and re-gifting your Christmas presents can help vulnerable children in the year ahead, and help bring festive cheer to those who have gone without, says Barnardo’s Scotland.

Human Trafficking Bill ‘major step forward in tackling child sexual exploitation’ says Barnardo’s Scotland


Barnardo’s Scotland welcomes today’s publication of the Scottish Government draft Human Trafficking and Exploitation Bill (2) and described it as a major step forward in tackling the perpetrators of child sexual exploitation.

Barnardo’s Scotland response to new Human Trafficking and Exploitation Bill


Martin Crewe, Director of Barnardo’s Scotland said: "We welcome the introduction of the new Bill to strengthen the law on human trafficking.

Charity helps locals reclaim Greenspaces


A children’s charity is helping families in Possilpark, Glasgow to reclaim greenspaces as part of a two year community project. Barnardo’s Scotland, in partnership with Hawthorn Housing Co-operative Ltd, is launching the ‘Urban Village Project’ on Wednesday 29 October.

Barnardo’s Scotland Celebrates 40 years in West Lothian


A children’s charity is celebrating 40 years working with and supporting children, young people and their families in West Lothian.

Growing Up Service - Helping young people with disabilities to flourish - Invitation to Information Session


An innovative service by children’s charity Barnardo’s Scotland is offering skills in horticulture for young people with learning disabilities aged 18 – 30 years.

Celebration for care leavers achievements in the Highlands


Children’s charity Barnardo’s Scotland and Highland Council celebrate the achievements of young people who are in care in the Highlands as part of Care Leavers Week 2014 . Around 40 young people from across the Highlands – Caithness, Sutherland, Ross-shire, Tain - Inverness, Dingwall, Invergordon, Aviemore and Fort William, attended the event.

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