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  1. Roy, Boy of Earth - A funny story for you and your kids

    One of our fantastic supporters, Jamie Andrew, has written and illustrated a brilliant story for children called Roy, Boy from Earth. The story is available for anyone to read for a suggested donation to CHAS of £3-4.

    Jamie is a freelance writer from central Scotland who occasional contributes to the movie, game and TV website Den of Geek. He also hosts his own blog about pop culture and parenthood, and likes to write stories that make people smile.

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  2. Good luck to team CHAS at the Edinburgh Marathon Festival!

    This weekend, over 20,000 runners will take to Scotland's capital city to join the Edinburgh Marathon Festival as a personal challenge, or in support of a charity close to their hearts. We're delighted and so grateful to have a team of over 50 runners this year across all the events, from the Kids Kilometre to the full 26.2 mile marathon.

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  3. Team ‘Legs Miserable’ have raised over £2,300 with 2 day hike and bike

    Huge Congratulations to Team ‘Legs Miserable’ who took on a two day hike and bike and have raised over £2300!

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  4. Good Death Week - Talking about death

    Amanda Reid, Robin House Chaplain, shares her experience of working with families from referral to bereavement following the death of a child.

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  5. CHAS partnership with NHS Lothian enhances neonatal care and family support

    Sue Hogg, Director of Children and Families at CHAS, talks about our partnership with NHS Lothian to enhance neonatal care and family support.

    CHAS has been working with colleagues at NHS Lothian since 2014 to enhance the neonatal palliative care and the support that families receive at the Simpson's Centre for Reproductive Health in Edinburgh. A new report on this collaborative approach demonstrates that families and staff truly value the very specialised support that CHAS can offer.

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