Frank's 13 years of dedication to street children

Frank's 13 years of dedication to street children

As we celebrate National Volunteer’s Week in the UK, organisations across the country are acknowledging and appreciating the thousands of people who give so much of their own time and energy to help others. So at Railway Children we’d like to do the same, especially as there is one man in particular whose endless support we’d be lost without.
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A real buzz at Rail Rugby 2017

A real buzz at Rail Rugby 2017

Eleven teams from across the rail industry came together on 31 May, each hoping to seize the title from last year’s winners Morson International and become the 2017 Rail Industry Touch Rugby Champions.
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Changing lives together on a HST special

Changing lives together on a HST special

Rail enthusiasts and industry partners have teamed up with Railway Children to create a special charter train journey that will help us change lives. The Pickering Paxman will be a unique HST experience and has been organised by East Midlands Trains in conjunction with The Branch Line Society and the 125 Group.
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A return trip to where it all began

A return trip to where it all began

At the beginning of 2017 Railway Children founder David Maidment went back to India, where the story of our charity began back in 1989.
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The delay that can repay for Railway Children

The delay that can repay for Railway Children

Railway Children has joined forces with East Midlands Trains to help bring a positive result from unfortunate circumstances. Delayed EMT passengers will now be given the choice between claiming their refund from the operator and donating it directly to Railway Children.
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Children in care still at risk due to inconsistent missing persons system

Children in care still at risk due to inconsistent missing persons system

Railway Children welcomes the findings of the recently published National Crime Agency’s Missing Persons Data Report as an important step in addressing previous 'inconsistencies' in policing identified by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary, which have hindered efforts by local authorities and police when responding to young people going missing.
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