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Rooftop TV: Refugee Tailors, Care Homes, End Fuel Poverty

The home of good news worth shouting about, The Rooftop, has launched a new weekly broadcast series called Rooftop TV.

Featuring a roundup of the week’s top good news stories, the programme shines a spotlight on the issues that matter and the campaigns that are making a positive difference to people’s lives.

In this week’s show, Ian Morton provides a rundown of the week’s top positive news, including a story about two Syrian tailors in Yorkshire who have been training refugees to make personal protective equipment (PPE) for a local care home.

We also hear about a new campaign launched to end fuel poverty in the UK before the winter arrives.

And also, a heart-warming story about a 16-year-old student who has been getting thousands of primary school children to write letters to lonely care home residents during Covid-19.

Watch the episode below:

New Rooftop TV episodes air every Friday lunchtime on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram TV.

 

The Rooftop is the home of positive news worth shouting about.

It is supported by social enterprise Campaign Collective.

tom.york@campaigncollective.org

Member of Campaign Collective, Social Media Editor of The Rooftop, and Rooftop TV host. Passionate campaigner for LGBTQI+ rights and mental health issues.