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Emmerdale star Natalie Anderson, who plays Alicia Metcalfe, is supporting Cake A Difference. Natalie says: ‘I have always closely followed the work of Bliss, a charity for babies born too soon, too small and too sick, even more so after having complications when I gave birth to my son Freddie last year. Getting behind their Cake a Difference fundraising event will hopefully encourage people to make, bake and sell cakes to help raise funds for premature and sick babies and their families’

Emmerdale star Natalie Anderson, who plays Alicia Metcalfe, is supporting Cake A Difference. Natalie says: ‘I have always closely followed the work of Bliss, a charity for babies born too soon, too small and too sick, even more so after having complications when I gave birth to my son Freddie last year. Getting behind their Cake a Difference fundraising event will hopefully encourage people to make, bake and sell cakes to help raise funds for premature and sick babies and their families’

Lives of babies are being put at risk by a shortfall in the number of specialist nurses at neonatal units in Wales, Bliss warns in a report published by the Welsh assembly - The Guardian

Neonatal nurse shortage 'puts babies' lives at risk in Wales'

Neonatal nurse shortage 'puts babies' lives at risk in Wales' Report finds 'significant shortfall' of specialist neonatal nurses across all Welsh health boards

A beautiful Bliss cake baked by staff at Tommee Tippee, who have made us their Charity of the Year for 2013

A beautiful Bliss cake baked by staff at Tommee Tippee, who have made us their Charity of the Year for 2013

Cake a Difference is Bliss’ national fundraiser where we ask everyone around the UK to bake and sell cakes. Money raised will enable us to continue our work supporting babies born premature or sick and their families around the UK. www.cakeadifferen...

Cake a Difference is Bliss’ national fundraiser where we ask everyone around the UK to bake and sell cakes. Money raised will enable us to continue our work supporting babies born premature or sick and their families around the UK. www.cakeadifferen...

Actress Holly Matthews visits neonatal unit at Coventry

Actress Holly Matthews visits neonatal unit at Coventry

Science Museum | Antenna Science News | Bright future for brain scans

Science Museum | Antenna Science News | Bright future for brain scans

Sutton Coldfield volunteer helped spread some festive cheer in December by delivering hampers to the Birmingham Women's Hospital neonatal unit. Jo was on the unit with her own daughter four years ago and knew exactly what the parents were going through. The hampers were full of essentials for new parents.

A kind-hearted Sutton Coldfield fund-raiser helped spread some festive cheer by supplying Christmas hampers to the hospital that looked after her when she gave birth. Jo James put together the.

Bliss family support group get a visit from Santa

FIFTEEN children – including two sets of triplets and a pair of twins – enjoyed a Christmas party staged by a family support group.

A mum whose two sons were born prematurely after she was struck down with a potentially life-threatening condition has launched a bid to help other sick babies. She has organised a fundraising 'Big Buggy Push' to raise money for premature baby charity Bliss - Greenock Telegraph

A mum whose two sons were born prematurely after she was struck down with a potentially life-threatening condition has launched a bid to help other sick babies. She has organised a fundraising 'Big Buggy Push' to raise money for premature baby charity Bliss - Greenock Telegraph

New specialist service for Norfolk and Suffolk. Bliss the special care baby charity announces a new nursing post to support families of premature and sick babies in the East of England. (Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital)

New specialist service for Norfolk and Suffolk. Bliss the special care baby charity announces a new nursing post to support families of premature and sick babies in the East of England. (Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital)

Daniella O'Hara was joined by Leeds mum Helen Jackson and her son Thomas as she presented the neonatal unit with a series of photographs from baby charity Bliss. The Daily Mail newspaper

Any excuse to wear heels! Danielle O'Hara sports peep-toe stilettos and wet look leggings for charity hospital visit

Danielle O'Hara sports peep-toe stilettos and wet look leggings for charity hospital visit

England's sickest babies are at risk because more than half of specialist care units do not meet minimum standards, Channel 4 News

Cuts put sickest babies at risk, says charity

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Baby Harvey, born nine weeks premature spent his first christmas in hospital, Telegraph newspaper

Critically ill babies: the day joy turned to fear

Bliss, one of the charities supported by the Telegraph Christmas Charity Appeal, is invaluable to very sick babies such as my nephew Ned, says Jemima Lewis

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