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Richard Astle steps down as Chair of Shine

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Richard Astle, who has served as Shine’s Chairman for just over 13 years, bid farewell at the charity’s AGM on Thursday. In a heartfelt address to the members, Richard (pictured with Shine CEO, Kate Steele, above) said: “Shine is a wonderful charity and…

Costa Rica challenge calls ‘explorer’ trio for a good cause

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Three ‘explorers’ will soon be braving the wilds of Costa Rica for a good cause! Richard Astle, Managing Director of Athene Communications and Chair of the charity Shine, will be embarking on a 12 day trek for the charity with friends Tony Bovill…

Join our Chairman on a 50 mile charity walk

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Supporters at Shine are celebrating its 50th birthday by calling on friends to pull on their walking boots and join them for a 50 mile walk. The challenge is for walkers and fundraisers to walk from Ely Cathedral to the Bluebell Inn in…

Shine celebrates 50 years of support for people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus

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HRH The Duchess of Gloucester, GCVO, attended a launch service in Peterborough to mark the Golden Anniversary of the charity, Shine, which offers specialist health services to people affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. On a beautiful…

Kate Steele confirmed as Shine CEO

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The charity Shine is delighted to announce that Kate Steele (MBA) has been appointed as the charity’s permanent Chief Executive. Kate takes up the reins of Shine, the national charity which supports people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus, following a successful interim period…

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