Tuesday / 18 December / 2018

St Bride’s Journalists’ Carols

Thanks to all 400 supporters who attended this years joyful service. The Choir of St Bride’s sang exquisitely with a superb rendition of ‘I believe in Father Christmas’. With swathes of journalists singing merrily, St Bride’s Church ‘the spiritual home of the media’, felt just that. Many thanks to lutherpendragon for kindly…
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Friday / 14 December / 2018

The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP at The Scottish Press Lunch 2018

By Milly Vincent THE Right Honourable Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for the Environment, was guest speaker at the Journalists’ Charity Scotland Christmas lunch on Friday December 14th. A traditional journalists’ lunch was had by all as more than 300 supporters attended the event at the Marriott Hotel in…
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Thursday / 13 December / 2018


Don’t forgot to LIKE us on Facebook @journalistscharity It’s the best way to interact with us and keep up to date on everything that the charity is doing.
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Friday / 7 December / 2018

A great night was had by all at the Journalists’ Charity Wales annual Christmas quiz.

The event , now a popular highlight on the Welsh scene ,  was really well attended and raised a good sum of money for the charity.  Congratulations to the winning team “Banter “ and to Richard Morgan who won the fabulous first prize – a night in one of Wales’…
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Thursday / 29 November / 2018

Welcome to our new Charity Ambassadors

Jackie Bird is anchor of BBC Scotland’s evening news programme, Reporting Scotland.  Jackie is also the current host of Hogmanay Live in Scotland and appears on many BBC Scotland shows.  She also hosts Children In Need: Scotland annually. Jackie, who started her career in newspapers before moving into broadcast is also a newspaper columnist. ************************************************************************* David Livingstone worked…
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Wednesday / 21 November / 2018

Wales Media Awards 2019 attract record entries

The Journalists’ Charity Wales Media Awards 2019 have attracted a record number of entries. Nearly 240 submissions have been received for judging in 21 categories – an increase of around 20% on the previous year. Now into their fifth year, the free-to-enter Awards celebrate and promote great journalism in Wales…
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Huw Edwards
Anna Botting
Alastair Campbell
Nick Robinson
Richard Littlejohn
David Livingstone