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It's Red Nose Day 2015!
It's been a busy day here at Calendar Club head office!
Join us in celebrating our "Guide Dog In Training's" first birthday!
Our second sponsored puppy in training, Lewis, has turned 1 and will be starting his formal Guide Dog training very soon.
The charity says that he has had an amazing first year and thanks to all of your support and donations this has been made possible.
A Big Thanks!
In our Calendar Club stores we've been proud to have over 234 collection tins for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
Because of your kind donations we have managed to raise £4,364.63 this year, giving a grand total of £22,000.00 overall!
Remembrance Day takes place on the second Sunday of November, or the Sunday nearest the 11th November.
The day is held to commemorate the First World War which ended at the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month 1918.
A 2 minute silence is traditionally had at 11am to mark the time and pay respects to all that fought and risked/lost their lives, a tradition put in place by King George V.
In honour of Remembrance Day and to show support for our nation's servicemen, we'd like to share with you two of our charity calendars available for 2014.
The Wear It Pink day for the Breast Cancer Campaign will take place all over the country this Saturday 26th October and we'll be adorning this fabulous colour and donating just £2 each for this great cause.
Also this week are some scary Halloween treats, cinema releases, new TV drama and lots of football! Check out what's on this week.
With the 'Wear It Pink' fundraising event for the Breast Cancer Campaign tomorrow, we thought this week's meme would be a perfect addition to the aid in helping women who have suffered with breast cancer.
When photographer Bob Carey’s wife, Linda, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003, he decided to take action in an unconventional way.
September 11th 1961
The first World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) office opens.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is an international non-governmental organisation working on issues regarding the conservation, research and restoration of the environment.
July 2nd 2005
MTV and VH1 air the eight hours of the Live 8 concerts.