From 24th September 2020 it is a legal requirement for businesses open to the public to display a NHS QR Code, including hospitality, leisure and tourism sectors, close contact services and Local authority run services
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Youth Violence Commission publish final report | Nottinghamshire #STOPVIOLENCE campaign launched
Vogue: a stylish move in the right direction… | Sign up to the Race at Work Charter | Move out to move on - understanding the link between migration, disadvantage and social mobility |A mid-life employment crisis - how COVID-19 will affect the job prospects of older workers | Supporting Nottinghamshire's Unpaid Carers at Work |15 month programme to assess impact of COVID-19 on VCSE organisations |BBO Stakeholder Managers' resources webpage |And finally .... the fab four become three!
Important information: new restrictions to help stop the spread of coronavirus | NHS Test and Trace app launches |
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NEW funding available | THANK YOU volunteers | UPDATE on Local Improvement Scheme Fund
The Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) - Free Youth Gaming and Gambling Harm Prevention Workshops
Open to anyone that works with young or vulnerable people aged 7-25.
Are you worried about a child during Covid-19 in England?
Please find attached the flyers for the Skills Support for the Workforce programme (which has funding through to 2023 for Bolsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire Dales and Bassetlaw), and Redundancy Support
The National Trading Standards Scams Team have launched a new guide today to help raise awareness of scams and the measures that carers can take when supporting someone living with dementia.
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