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The winter solstice, or December solstice, occurs around December 21 or 22 in the Northern Hemisphere.
The Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of the year when the North Pole is tilted farthest away from the sun, and so the sun is at its lowest elevation in the sky. The day has the shortest period of daylight and the longest night of the year. After the shortest day, the days start getting longer and the nights shorter.

On the same day that we experience the Winter Solstice in the northern hemisphere, people are experiencing the Summer Solstice in the southern hemisphere.
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The winter solstice, or December solstice, occurs around December 21 or 22 in the Northern Hemisphere.
The Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of the year when the North Pole is tilted farthest away from the sun, and so the sun is at its lowest elevation in the sky. The day has the shortest period of daylight and the longest night of the year. After the shortest day, the days start getting longer and the nights shorter. 

On the same day that we experience the Winter Solstice in the northern hemisphere, people are experiencing the Summer Solstice in the southern hemisphere.
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World Diabetes Day is observed annually on November 14 . It was created by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) to raise awareness around the globe about diabetes, the different types of diabetes that exist, how they affect people of different ages and incomes, how they affect people's lifestyles, and different treatments. ... See MoreSee Less

World Diabetes Day is observed annually on November 14 . It was created by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) to raise awareness around the globe about diabetes, the different types of diabetes that exist, how they affect people of different ages and incomes, how they affect peoples lifestyles, and different treatments.
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World Kindness Day is celebrated all over the globe on November 13. It is the product of the World Kindness Movement, and the purpose of World Kindness Day is to highlight the importance of random acts of kindness and the chain of paying it forward. It encourages people to be kind to each other, and thus spread kindness in their communities since it has been proven that when we witness people doing something kind, we are more likely to do something nice for others ourselves. ... See MoreSee Less

World Kindness Day is celebrated all over the globe on November 13. It is the product of the World Kindness Movement, and the purpose of World Kindness Day is to highlight the importance of random acts of kindness and the chain of paying it forward. It encourages people to be kind to each other, and thus spread kindness in their communities since it has been proven that when we witness people doing something kind, we are more likely to do something nice for others ourselves.
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Remembrance Day is a day used to honor the sacrifices made by the British military servicemen and women in World War I, and II and the conflicts after that. Every year, a two-minute silence is observed at 11 am on 11th November. It is also known as Poppy Day or Armistice Day in the UK and many other countries. ... See MoreSee Less

Remembrance Day is a day used to honor the sacrifices made by the British military servicemen and women in World War I, and II and the conflicts after that. Every year, a two-minute silence is observed at 11 am on 11th November.  It is also known as Poppy Day or Armistice Day in the UK and many other countries.
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"Having joined ICC in 2016, when the company was first established, I continue to enjoy a professional and friendly relationship with all my work colleagues. I have received support and specialist training ongoing in order to provide safe care to my clients. ICC are a very good company to work with and always seem to go the extra mile for the workforce and service users. I really enjoy my job and feel valued and appreciated. The clients with whom I work speak highly of ICC and this makes me feel very proud of what we do, how we do it and how we work as a team."

Sanele - Carer since 2016

"Since being with ICC my son has been very well looked after. The nurses are amazing, they are caring, considerate, thoughtful. I can ring the office and speak to anyone who will answer a query swiftly. Nothing is too much trouble and we are very happy to have such an incredible team looking after us."

Mrs B - Mother of client

"I joined ICC Ltd 4 months ago as a Carer, working with children and young people. Having worked with other care agencies, I am extremely happy at ICC. I have received so much training and support that I have been able to put newly learned skills into practice looking after some highly complex needs customers. The team spirit is great, both from the office team and field staff alike. Rotas, payroll and all communication are managed professionally and the support from the office team is always there when needed. A great company to work with."

George - Carer since Nov, 2018

"To the ICC team Brighton branch, I have worked for your company since 2016 and have no regrets, Great team and people, I always felt like a part of your team and my help and skills genuinely appreciated. The management has been super quick at responding to queries, fantastically friendly, made of few good people who are willing to help to any of the concerns risen. Competitive rates and plenty of shift to keep you going, training provided, what's not to like, helpful and professional. Thank you again for giving me the opportunity to grow and develop professionally and personally."

Boyan - RNCB (Registered Nurse Children's Branch)

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