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Exclusive interview with the Vet on the Loose!

Romain Pizzi’s days at work are different to most of our routines. Very different. When he is not performing keyhole surgery on bears in Laos for Free the Bears or training wild life vets in Sri Lanka, the face of Community Channel’s ‘Vet on the Loose’ is the wildlife vet for the Scottish SPCA Wildlife Rescue Centre, and a specialist veterinary surgeon for The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, Edinburgh Zoo.

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Web exclusive for International Women's Day!

Dont' miss Women's Peace Crusade, a documentary that tells the story of the North West women who took part in The Women's Peace Crusade that swept like wildfire across Britain from 1916 -1918.

Released especially on Community Channel for International Women's Day and exclusively online, this is a part of history to be remembered

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We are hiring!


Community Channel is looking for a Volunteer Edit Assistant 


Job Title:                     Volunteer Edit Assistant

Reporting to:               Head of Post Production

Contract:                     Six months FTC

Period:                        Three Months

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Registration now open for free 2017 Grow Wild kits

The Community Channel is taking part in the UK’s biggest ever wild flower campaign by sharing free Grow Wild kits with specially selected groups.

If you’re a community volunteer, your group is invited to transform shared spaces into inspiring and colourful wild flower havens with simple seed sowing and sharing.

You don’t need a garden or growing experience; just enthusiasm and two-minutes today to tell us about your group. You’ll be joining over a million Grow Wilders across the UK.

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Curvy Is Real and We Love It


In times when media is overwhelmingly present in our lives, women are bombarded with multiple advertisements and messages displaying unrealistic body images, and can sometimes feel insecure about themselves, thinking they do not look like the models that are in the advertisements.

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