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Meet Jill!

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Little Miracles would not, and could not, exist without the passion and dedication of so many wonderful volunteers. We are a community first and foremost, and it’s our community spirit that’s got us past these tough few months. So much of this volunteering effort goes unnoticed, except to the thousands of families it means the […]

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Little Miracles Online Christmas Fayre 2020

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Little Miracles charity Peterborough is hosting a virtual Christmas fair to raise money for families who have children with additional needs, disabilities and life-limiting conditions across Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. We help over 10,000 children every year and have managed to continue providing our life-changing services throughout 2020. Now, I know what some of you are […]

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How we support children like Adam.

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“It can be difficult to get the support you and yourfamily needs at the best of times, and the challenges we’ve all facedin the past few months may have been the hardest yet. Families havebeen isolated from the support networks they rely on, and from oneanother, at the worst possible time – where support networks […]

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The Return of Miracle Makes!

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Yes! Miracle Makes is BACK! We are very excited to tell you about the return of our own little craft shop Miracle Makes. It is run completely by our dear friend and volunteer Brooke who stepped out of the light a little while ago to have a beautiful baby girl. Now she is back and […]

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Virtual Summer 2020!

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Virtual Summer, Real Fun! What a Summer it has turned out to be! Our sessions have been filled with happy children ready to learn, play and explore. We have had sessions every day from 10 am to 4 pm, with Youth Club making a lovely appearance every weekday at 6pm. The sessions have been ranging […]

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The end to “No DSS”

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Everyone has a right to a place to live. The Problem If you look at the four basic things humans need to live – food, warmth, water and rest – you’ll see that they’re all tied into having somewhere to live. In today’s discrimination-intolerant society, why has it been acceptable for so long to deny […]

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Meet Reda

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“My name is Reda and I am the Finance Officer at Little Miracles. When I first saw the job advertised at Little Miracles I knew I wanted to work here, even if the idea was slightly intimidating. I already knew the incredible work that the charity did so I was very nervous to start working […]

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Grief in the time of CoVid 19

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My role at Little Miracles means I have the privilege of seeing children grow, of really getting to know the family and spending time with them.  This means that I get incredibly close to the families, I am involved with their lives and often I am involved in their deaths and making sure the family […]

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A £750 Million Pound Bandaid

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I cannot begin to explain how hard everyone involved in the sector has worked to lobby for the £750m for frontline charities the list is endless and I am so proud and thankful to you guys. I think the whole sector has just given a collective sigh of relief at last night’s announcements by the […]