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British Life & Culture

Awareness Days and Weeks

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Awareness Days and Events in Britain

Folk, Fact and Sayings about July

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bullet 7 - 14 July - National Transplant Week

National Transplant Week is an annual event organised by the charity Transplants in Mind.  This year's week had the tag line "What are you waiting for" relating to all those awaiting transplants whilst the shortage of donors is so great. 

bullet 6 July - Children's Art Day

Children's Art Day is held across the country. It is an opportunity for children to sample and enjoy the wide range of visual arts.

bullet 11 July - World Population Day
World Population Day is an annual event, observed on 11 July, which seeks to raise awareness of global population issues. The day was inaugurated in 1988 by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to mark 11 July, 1987, when the world's population hit five billion.

bullet 16 - 31 July - Festival of British Archaeology
Festival of British Archaeology is your unique chance to discover and explore the archaeological heritage of the United Kingdom.

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