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Efrosyni Hobbs | £5
I would like to thank Mr Charles Garside for his recordings of 150 stories, taken from the entries submitted to the Journalists' Charity /Dickens Fellowship 300-word story competition to mark the 150th anniversary of Charles Dickens' death. One of the stories was mine! I enjoyed writing it and it's a thrill to hear Mr Garside reading it!
Rodney Hobson | £10
Patricia | £100
I’ve been lucky and everyone needs help at some time or another.
New Normal | £15.84
The proceeds of first run of satirical 'Scum Media' T-shirts bought by journalists. New Normal Clothing. Hopefully more to come.
Terence Cant | £30
Donated in connection with my three contributions to the Dickens competition.
Natasha Stone | £10
In memory of a fine journalist and brilliant mentor
Ed | £20
jane solan | £50
Alice | £10
Thank you for the opportunity to enter the Charles Dickens competition. Such a good cause, thank you.
Maggie Bonnell | £10
I want to support the Dickens Competition, great idea. We have so many interesting characters in this country. We need to celebrate them and this is a great way to do it.
This donation is in memory of journalist Graham Ball: raconteur, enthusiast, and one who grasped all that life had to offer, and more. He was in our lives for nearly half a century and will always remain a thread woven into our fabric.
Rose and Gary
Andrew Fumento | £11
To all my journalist colleagues and friends - keep asking those difficult and probing questions in these toughest of times.
Robert Stowell | £50
Your work has never been so important as at this time of global uncertainty.
Liam Fitzpatrick | £6
As a journalism student I understand the dangers the industry faces at a time where facts are needed to drown out the increasing barrage of so-called 'fake news'. While far from perfect, newspapers are vital to informing the public and will hopefully continue to play a part for many years to come.
Rob Firth | £40
Maxine | £10
MARK BURROWS | £5
Helen Eastaugh | £25
Mark Niven | £10
Ian Smith | £10
David Ratcliff | £20
Desperately need your continuing knowledge and ability to present and scrutinise the work around us
I have entered the competition and think it is a super idea.
Dickens was indeed an extraordinary wordsmith and campaigner. This donation is to help all those who follow in his footsteps who try to hold up a candle to illuminate issues that need exposure.
Trevor Hayes | £10
Glyn Roberts | £20
James Barrow | £20