AuthorClare Cave

A beacon of hope

After the death of her husband, a phone call out of the blue to Sally Longley was a moment of much needed light. Her story reveals how insurance provides far more than money. Protecting his family was extremely important to GP Jeffrey Longley. When his oldest son, David, was struggling at school due to his dyslexia, he and his wife Sally, took the decision to move him out of the state system to...

Protecting children online – what steps should parents take?

Despite most social media platforms stating that children under 13 can’t sign up, it appears that’s not the case. A recent article in The Telegraph highlighted the issue of children in the UK under the age of 12 accessing social media sites, reporting that half a million are using Facebook. Similarly, a study from regulator Ofcom (November 2017) found underage access was “on the rise” and half of...

Big hair, classic tunes and sunshine – the perfect equation for raising money

Helping other people is meant to be the key to finding true happiness. After volunteering for Child Bereavement UK at Let’s Rock on Clapham Common with my colleague Dawn on Saturday 28th July, I wholeheartedly agree! The sunshine and the 80s music from bands like Go West, The Boomtown Rats and UB40 created a brilliant atmosphere, with everyone determined to relive a bit of their youth and dance...