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November 2009 press releases

British Red Cross boats working in Cockermouth rescue operation

20 Nov 2009

British Red Cross swift water rescue teams have been operating two boats in Cockermouth, with a third on its way, as part of a search and rescue operation to get people out of flooded properties.

British Red Cross head visits Cockermouth one week on from floods

27 Nov 2009

Sir Nick Young, chief executive of the British Red Cross has today visited Cockermouth to meet with volunteers and local people recovering from the devastating floods of last week.

British Red Cross welcomes compulsory PSHE but highlights challenges ahead

06 Nov 2009

The British Red Cross welcomes the government’s announcement that Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) is to become a statutory subject from September 2011.

One month to go – support the British Red Cross at Christmas

23 Nov 2009

With only one month to Christmas, the festive season is looming ever nearer. The British Red Cross is selling a wide variety of Christmas items to raise money for the charity’s vital work in the UK and abroad.

Konnie Huq asks: what would it take for you to kiss me?

19 Nov 2009

New research published today (19/11/09) by the British Red Cross shows that despite young people in the UK generally having a good understanding of how HIV is transmitted, this is still not translating into positive attitudes and behaviour towards others.

Youngsters takeover British Red Cross management to mark UN birthday

02 Nov 2009

The British Red Cross senior management team, including chief executive officer, Sir Nick Young, will step down from their top positions on Friday, 6th November, to make room for a dozen young volunteers who will lead the organisation for a day.

November 2009 press releases

British Red Cross boats working in Cockermouth rescue operation

20 Nov 2009

British Red Cross swift water rescue teams have been operating two boats in Cockermouth, with a third on its way, as part of a search and rescue operation to get people out of flooded properties.

British Red Cross head visits Cockermouth one week on from floods

27 Nov 2009

Sir Nick Young, chief executive of the British Red Cross has today visited Cockermouth to meet with volunteers and local people recovering from the devastating floods of last week.

British Red Cross welcomes compulsory PSHE but highlights challenges ahead

06 Nov 2009

The British Red Cross welcomes the government’s announcement that Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) is to become a statutory subject from September 2011.

One month to go – support the British Red Cross at Christmas

23 Nov 2009

With only one month to Christmas, the festive season is looming ever nearer. The British Red Cross is selling a wide variety of Christmas items to raise money for the charity’s vital work in the UK and abroad.

Konnie Huq asks: what would it take for you to kiss me?

19 Nov 2009

New research published today (19/11/09) by the British Red Cross shows that despite young people in the UK generally having a good understanding of how HIV is transmitted, this is still not translating into positive attitudes and behaviour towards others.

Youngsters takeover British Red Cross management to mark UN birthday

02 Nov 2009

The British Red Cross senior management team, including chief executive officer, Sir Nick Young, will step down from their top positions on Friday, 6th November, to make room for a dozen young volunteers who will lead the organisation for a day.

British Red Cross boats working in Cockermouth rescue operation

20 Nov 2009

British Red Cross swift water rescue teams have been operating two boats in Cockermouth, with a third on its way, as part of a search and rescue operation to get people out of flooded properties.

British Red Cross head visits Cockermouth one week on from floods

27 Nov 2009

Sir Nick Young, chief executive of the British Red Cross has today visited Cockermouth to meet with volunteers and local people recovering from the devastating floods of last week.

British Red Cross welcomes compulsory PSHE but highlights challenges ahead

06 Nov 2009

The British Red Cross welcomes the government’s announcement that Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) is to become a statutory subject from September 2011.

One month to go – support the British Red Cross at Christmas

23 Nov 2009

With only one month to Christmas, the festive season is looming ever nearer. The British Red Cross is selling a wide variety of Christmas items to raise money for the charity’s vital work in the UK and abroad.

Konnie Huq asks: what would it take for you to kiss me?

19 Nov 2009

New research published today (19/11/09) by the British Red Cross shows that despite young people in the UK generally having a good understanding of how HIV is transmitted, this is still not translating into positive attitudes and behaviour towards others.

Youngsters takeover British Red Cross management to mark UN birthday

02 Nov 2009

The British Red Cross senior management team, including chief executive officer, Sir Nick Young, will step down from their top positions on Friday, 6th November, to make room for a dozen young volunteers who will lead the organisation for a day.

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