Sarah Burrows works round the clock to run Children Heard and Seen
Oxford Mail, 3rd May 2020

Bishop Rachel in Parliament: Women in prison and their children
Diocese of Gloucester website, 24th April 2020

Appeal goes out for laptops to allow Banburyshire children with a parent in prison to keep in touch with mentors
Banbury Guardian, 13th April 2020

Children Heard and Seen appeal for old laptops in Oxfordshire
Oxford Mail, 12th April 2020

Sarah Burrows talks about her charity Children Heard and Seen
Oxford Mail, 23rd February 2020

Sites of Curiosity: Can young people be architects of their own communities?
Modern Art Oxford, 1st August 2019

Queen’s Award for Children Heard and Seen
Hertford College, 18th July 2019

Heartbreaking poems reveal pain of children with parents in prison
Evening Standard, 27th April 2019

Changemakers: Sarah Burrows ensures prisoners’ kids are heard and seen
The Big Issue, 19th March 2019

Theresa May honoured Sarah Burrows for helping the children of prisoners through her Children Seen and Heard initiative
The Reading Chronicle, 18th March 2017

Sarah Burrows, from Oxfordshire, was inspired to set up ‘Children Heard and Seen’ after learning that 65% of boys who have a parent with a conviction go on to offend themselves.
Points Of Light, March 2017

Law firm Blake Morgan plays Santa to secure presents for social services children in Oxford
This Is Oxfordshire, 17th December 2016

New Oxfordshire charity to support children with parents in prison
Jack FM, 7th May 2014