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Minecraft supports Great Ormond Street Hospital with world’s largest winter festival

The world’s largest winter festival has opened its virtual doors to the public to experience Christmas festivities – all in a Minecraft world. Covering an area with a representative size of over 155,000 square metres or 38 acres, the virtual wonderland is four times the size of the biggest real-world …

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G.O.S.H. adds new resources to its Power of Play hub, including exclusive HORRID HENRY animation

To understand the current impact of the pandemic on children, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) and YouGov polled 1017 British parents of children aged 18 and under across Great Britain. Their research reveals that 23 per cent of parents agree that their child’s confidence has been reduced by restrictions on …

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Kids’ mental wellness card game Book of Beasties partners with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

The children’s mental wellness game developer, Book of Beasties, has partnered with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity in a bid to raise vital funds to support seriously ill children from across the UK. Book of Beasties is a multi-award winning children’s mental wellness resource developer and creator of the …

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UK acting royalty unite with Tonies for Great Ormond Street Hospital storytelling initiative

A group of Britain’s most celebrated actors have pooled their storytelling skills during lockdown to entertain the children at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) with the help of tonies, the popular children’s storytelling audio device. Award-winning talent including Olivia Colman, Katherine Parkinson and Keira Knightley recorded readings of their favourite children’s stories …

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Asmodee’s Dobble partners with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

Asmodee has struck up a new partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity to raise vital funds to support seriously ill children from across the UK being cared for at the hospital. As well as working together on projects to introduce children to the benefits of playing games, Asmodee …

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