Phone: 01909 476118
email: admin@bcvs.org.uk

Bolsover Together

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Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service have been commissioned to provide short term support to Bolsover Community Sector until March 31st 2019.

This support includes:

Communications with and between Voluntary and Community Sector organisations in the Bolsover District.
• Facebook and Twitter accounts
• Weekly news bulletin. (Please scroll down to subscribe at the bottom of this page)
• Latest news feed on the BCVS web page

Advice and Guidance.
• Providing signposting and practical support to Bolsover VCO’s
• Face to face, email and telephone triage to Bolsover groups and individuals
• Signposting to available funding opportunities 
• Group development and governance structure advice and/or signposting to appropriate services within the district

Additional Support.
• Policy and compliance
• Quality system development
• Business and Strategic planning
• Trustee / Volunteer recruitment
• Training

To contact us with any community news details, voluntary sector news or any other queries, please email Annie Parry on officecoordinator@bcvs.org.uk or call 01909 476118 ext 21.

Please visit the Facebook Page and  Twitter Feed to help you keep up to date with community news from the Bolsover District.

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