Friday / 25 August / 2017

Come to the dogs…and help our Charity

40th Anniversary Journalists’ Charity Midlands Greyhound Night Where: Perry Barr Stadium, Birmingham When: Saturday 14th October 2017 Time: 7 pm – 10.30 Tickets: £37, including three course meal (Tables available for groups of eight) To book contact: Val Deeley Crossing the Tracks – After 40 Years One of the region’s oldest…
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Tuesday / 15 August / 2017

A warm welcome to Milly Vincent

Milly Vincent will be the Journalists’ Charity’s new social media intern, as our previous intern, Georgia Edkins, goes on to work as a reporter for the Daily Mail. We had an unprecedented amount of applications this year, and urge all of those who applied to stay in touch with us…
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Monday / 3 July / 2017

Former colleagues of The Evening Standard celebrate the paper’s 190th birthday.

On Wednesday  (28/6/2017) former colleagues who worked at the Evening Standard in the 60s and 70s gathered at The Humble Grape wine bar just off Fleet Street to celebrate the paper’s 190th birthday. Ex-Standard staff reminisced over landmark scoops in each of their daily seven editions, shared tales of their…
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Monday / 19 June / 2017


The Journalists’ Charity said goodbye to one of its longest serving Trustees at the charity’s AGM, held at St Bride’s Institute. Jean Morgan had served as a Trustee since 2003, but stepped down after reaching her 80th birthday. Jean was chief reporter for UK Press Gazette from 1984 until 2003…
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Saturday / 20 May / 2017

An evening of remembrance at the Irish Embassy Reception : By Georgia Edkins

The chattering hushed, the drinks stopped flowing; silence hung heavy in the room as Journalists’ Charity friends and supporters remembered the victims of the Manchester terror attack at this year’s Irish Embassy reception. While the mood was perhaps more sombre than most Journalists’ Charity events, there remained an atmosphere of…
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Saturday / 20 May / 2017

Sir Ray Tindle wins Regional Press Journalists’ Charity Special Award

Roy Greenslade described him as the grand old man of local newspapers. Prince Charles says he is a legend. According to the Independent, he is “a ray of sunshine – a man making money out of local papers.” He started his first paper on a troop ship to the Far…
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