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Camilla Thurlow
ITVbe ‘What Camilla Did Next’ . IMAS Level 3 EOD Qualified Love Island 2017 Jadeen@Johnnoel.com
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The HALO Trust 16h
Re-watch at 1pm on this and see former HALO staff member return to HALO Cambodia.
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The HALO Trust May 22
This Saturday will be joining over 600 people on Salisbury Plain to walk in support of landmine clearance around the world.
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The HALO Trust May 21
Over 600 people will be joining us this Saturday on Salisbury Plain to walk 34km to raise money for landmine clearance all around the world. You can support them here:  
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Camilla Thurlow May 20
Replying to @Miss_Tunes
Thank you lovely 😘
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Camilla Thurlow May 19
This is wonderful 🥰. Please do tune in to BBC News at 20:30 on 24th May to watch this beautiful programme
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The HALO Trust May 3
Taking place on May 25, former competitors from the UK &Ukraine will join BBC presenter at Safe Steps Walk in Salisbury, along with former Halo employee & star -
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SandStone Global May 3
Paths to Peace: Refugee Musicians will be showing on BBC World News this weekend (4th & 5th May). Professor Bettany Hughes travels to Beirut and to the Beqaa Valley in Lebanon to visit a music project 'teaching souls to sing again' thanks to traditional music.
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Camilla Thurlow Apr 27
Beautiful x
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The HALO Trust Apr 26
Motherland - A Documentary is about the women in who shake tradition to rid their country of landmines leftover from a devastating ethnic war. Learn more about this insightful documentary here:
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Camilla Thurlow Apr 25
I was lucky enough to complete my IMAS EOD Level 3 in Nagorno Karabakh. It is truly the most beautiful place, with the bravest and loveliest people as this trailer shows. Thank you for all you do
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Alf Dubs Apr 22
There are kids in France and Greece who are fully eligible to come to the UK – but they are still there and at risk. If the government drags its heels it is effectively closing their legal routes to safety, which is a very depressing 
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Camilla Thurlow Apr 18
A little something I wrote today (when I was meant to be writing something else 😬). I’m going to put aside my vanity and not spend days editing it, because I feel it may speak to a few of you as it is right now, in its rawest form x
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ICRC Apr 17
He thought he had found a toy on the street. He had just picked up a landmine. We helped almost 90,000 people injured by landmines and unexploded devices in Yemen last year - 38% were children.
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Camilla Thurlow Apr 11
Every bit as hard as it looks (and then some), but that’s what being trained by the best is like. Tune in to at 9pm this Sunday evening for the next instalment of , and see us once again put through our paces in support of
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Camilla Thurlow Apr 9
When genius meets realism, the results are extraordinary. Thank you for everything , never has a programme spoken to me so much. Phoebe Waller-Bridge - you truly are a goddess 💛
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ICRC Apr 9
This is what war does to cities. Imagine what it does to those who survive.
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Camilla Thurlow Apr 8
Supporting community projects is very close to my heart, and recently I visited an incredible one called @Haircuts4HomelessUK that received crucial funding from The National Lottery through The People's Projects. Learn more here
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Ellen DeGeneres Apr 2
Tomorrow, the country of will start stoning gay people to death. We need to do something now. Please boycott these hotels owned by the Sultan of Brunei. Raise your voices now. Spread the word. Rise up.
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The HALO Trust Mar 28
We're delighted to share the trailer of incredible animation highlighting the plight of landmines in Cambodia - we will be sharing the full video next week on International Mines Awareness Day.
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Camilla Thurlow Mar 25
Congratulations on this brilliant and important programme . Mars Uncovered investigates why, through time, people try to make war and violence something sacred, illuminating lessons from our past that are equally as relevant today. Please watch March 25th 9pm BBC4
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