A former victim of domestic abuse encourages others to seek help.
Kim Wilmshurst from London wants other mothers to consider breastfeeding.
Young people are warned off binge drinking by Ieuan and his team from Newport.
Naomi shows that being creative can benefit those with mental illnesses.
Laura and Jasmyn encourage young people to exercise caution behind the wheel.
Success for Jayden Neville-Moore as his team launch drop-in centre in Taunton.
Matt Davidson shines the spotlight on performing arts and its confidence boosting power.
Nadia shares why benefits are crucial for those with disabilities.
Cillian and his team use theatre to address anti-social behaviour.
Ben Wearn and his dyspraxia support group are looking for new members.
A Fixer campaigns for disabled people to be better represented in the media.
Fixer Ali Imdad urges students to swap unhealthy meals for home cooking.
A Fixer raises awareness of a medical condition that leaves her in chronic pain.
A campaign for panic buttons on social networking sites is launched by a Fixer.
A Fixer wants people to be more understanding of hidden illnesses.
A Cheltenham Fixer is raising awareness of conditions with no visible symptoms.
A County Antrim Fixer is educating people about anorexia in teenagers.
A Fixer urges other young people to think twice about cosmetic surgery.
A Liverpool Fixer is raising awareness of Tourette’s syndrome.
Fixers find a creative way to raise awareness of hair loss condition, alopecia.
Fixers from Redcar highlight the issue of domestic abuse in teen relationships.
A group of Fixers from North Oxfordshire highlight the benefits of youth work.
A Leeds Fixer wants more people to take school phobia seriously.
Fighting a brain tumour, a Fixer hopes his story inspires others to stay strong.
A Sheffield Fixer is helping young parents find the extra support they may need.
Fixer Danny makes international headlines with his campaign.
A Carlisle Fixer wants to see greater awareness of Asperger’s syndrome.
A Reading Fixer shoes how sports like boxing can promote positive personal growth.
Young people and political figures debate Scottish independence.
A York Fixer shows that people of all abilities can benefit from climbing.
Torbay Fixers succeed in driving down bus fares for young people.
Northumberland Fixers remind young carers to pursue their personal passions.
Wrexham Fixers aim to make their community a happier place.
A Fixer campaigns for more support for those with eating disorders in the Highlands.
Norfolk Fixers educate teachers on the topic of autism.
A Fixer from South Wales wants bullied students to speak out.
A Hampshire Fixer highlights the consequences of carrying a knife.
A group of Fixers from Worcester highlight the benefits of apprenticeships.
An Essex Fixer wants to help others understand the medical condition ME.
A Fixer from Abertillery in South Wales wants young people to be open about their feelings.
Fixers encourage young people to speak out about issues that affect them
Young people with mental health conditions help a Fixer promote the therapeutic benefits of art.
A Cardiff event brings together Fixers who are highlighting issues relating to the mind
Fixer Mike Gibson and his team want people to be more accepting of those coming out as gay.
Two Fixers from Mid Wales are introducing young people to a traditional trade
Fixer Vicki Kane is showing students the benefits of learning sign language
A Keswick Fixer is campaigning for primary schools to teach meditation
A Southend Fixer addresses the impacts of being young and jobless
A Fixer from Cornwall wants to expose the region's hidden poverty
A Fixer from Greater Manchester is shedding light on sickle cell disease
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