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New prison workshop offers prisoners fresh direction

Sue Ryder has teamed up with HM Prison Gartree in Leicestershire to launch a new bicycle repair workshop that will help prisoners gain valuable skills and improve their employment prospects on release - all while raising funds for charity.

Flying solo: are you a grey goose or a crippled plane?

What does it really mean to "fly on alone without a mate for the rest of our lives"? While spending his summer in a holiday cottage with just his dog Ginny for company, blogger Richard Littledale reflects on a reflects on a favourite book of his and his late wife, who died last year.

"I cycled every day to radiotherapy"

"It kept me focused and determined during my treatment," says 55-year-old Cheltenham Mum Sue Kent, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in the midst of training and fundraising for an epic 1000-mile cycle ride for our Leckhampton Court Hospice.