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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.

Do you ever get over a loss?

One of the most viewed bereavement advice pages on our website is 'How long does grief last?' Blogger Jess Bacon grabs this topic by the horns and shares her experience of being told to "get over" her Dad's death and "move on".

"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.