ITV annual Text Santa charity campaign concludes today with a takeover of ITV to raise money for six charities in the run up to Christmas.Read the full story ›
If the thought of one Christmas meal leaves you feeling full, then spare a thought for the charity cooking up 40 every day this week.
It's all for the benefit of vulnerable pensioners, some of whom will be alone this festive season.
The lunches - and much more besides - are the work of Age UK in Gloucestershire, one of the charities benefiting from this year's ITV Text Santa appeal.
Richard Payne reports on the help it provides.
Sarah Smither says she wanted to give back to St Peter's Hospice for the care it gave her late husband when he was dying from bowel cancerRead the full story ›
One of the Text Santa charities, Barnardo's is running a special vistors centre at Erlestoke prison near DevizesRead the full story ›
CLIC Sargent, which helps families of children suffering with cancer and leukaemia, will benefit from ITV's Text Santa campaignRead the full story ›
If you were doing your Christmas food shopping this morning, you may have spotted some familiar faces.
Presenters from ITV News Westcountry spent the morning packing bags at Morrison's at Cribbs Causeway in Bristol.
Ian Axton, Kylie Pentelow and Alex Beresford were volunteering at the supermarket to raise money for this year's Text Santa appeal.
Last week saw the launch of ITV's Christmas charity Text Santa, and showed where the money raised was spent. But Text Santa isn't just about raising money.
It's also about giving time to help others. It wants tens of thousands of volunteers to help different charities.
ITV's Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby explain how it works...
Text Santa is ITV's annual flagship charity appeal to raise funds, and make a difference to the quality of life for vulnerable peopleRead the full story ›
Marie Curie Cancer Care is one of six charities to benefit from Text Santa - ITV's Christmas fundraiser. Marie Curie nurses help care for terminally ill patients in their homes, and offer emotional support to families. Catherine Le Roy is one such nurse.
For more information on Marie Curie Cancer Care click here