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Staffordshire Police called in to investigate a whopping 1,522 non-recent child-sex attacks in just FOUR years

NSPCC calls for Sentinel readers to back Childline's Light Up Christmas for Children campaign
Staffordshire Newsletter Also reported by •The Sentinel StokeLeek Post and Times

Young people targeted by online bullies on the rise

Children as young as nine have told Childline counsellors they have been targeted by online bullies, with girls and 12-15 year-olds receiving the most counselling sessions about this issue.
Crawley Observer Also reported by •Sussex Express

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News video: George Michael tribute concert shelved

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Esther Rantzen has revealed a George Michael tribute concert she was planning to benefit Childline has been axed because his family didn't approve the event.
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DCI Banks star Andrea Lowe visits primary school to urge children suffering abuse to speak out

The DCI Banks star visited Arno Vale Junior School, in Woodthorpe, and helped NSPCC staff and volunteers raise awareness of its Childline service.
Nottingham Post

This Croydon volunteer was bullied as a child and she has used her own experience to help countless other youngsters

'Its been more than 14 years since I took my first phone call, I’m still just as passionate about Childline as I was then'
Croydon Advertiser

Anti-Bullying Week figures reveal Childline counselling for cyber-bullying continues to rise

The number of cyber-bullying counselling sessions has more than doubled in five years
The Cornishman Also reported by •Cornish GuardianWest Briton

Childline counselling sessions for children bullied on social media double in just five years

This has prompted fresh calls for improved security for children using social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat
Bristol Post

Help to tackle the bullies - NSPCC campaign aims to boost Childline

Figures from the NSPCC’s confidential support service reveal an increase in counselling sessions amongst children in Scotland.
Daily Record

The number of children seeking help through Childline for online bullying rises

The Croydon Advertiser has linked up with the NSPCC and Childline to help raise money for a vital child help line
Croydon Advertiser

'Light up Christmas for children' campaign launched to tackle cyber-bullying

Calls to Childline relating to cyber-bullying are on the increase
Leicester Mercury

Social media death threats are just one of the worrying reasons behind this hike in calls to Childline

The number of children having counselling sessions after being cyber-bullied has skyrocketed
Thanet Gazette Also reported by •Canterbury TimesFolkestone HeraldDover ExpressSevenoaks ChronicleKent and Sussex Courier

Sam Faiers welcomes her second baby and the announcement is SO cute

*When three became four! * Paul Knightley and Sam Faiers at Childline Ball 2017, London 28 September 2017 It’s a happy day in Celebsville, as the lovely Sam Faiers has welcomed her second..

'My daddy hurts me all the time': Broken and bruised, the little girl who begged for help - and was saved

Volunteer Colin Butler has worked for Childline for 30 years and still never likes to say goodbye to any child - and now the Sunday People and the Mirror is teaming up with the charity for its Light Up..
Daily Record

Geri Horner: 'Terrible night I heard George Michael had died - and why helping children this Christmas is best way to honour him'

The former Spice Girl says she was inspired by her late friend, who donated millions to Childline, and is now throwing her support behind the Mirror's Light Up Christmas for Children campaign
Daily Record

One in four desperate children who call Childline can't get through

We launch a Christmas campaign with the NSPCC to help Childline answer more calls from kids needing help
Tamworth Herald

Golden chance to help kids: Chris Hoy backs appeal to help charity support desperate children

The Olympic great and proud dad Sir Chris Hoy explains why he's backing the NSPCC's Childline campaign this Christmas.
Daily Record

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