Waterway Recovery Group (WRG) attracts a wide range of people, from young volunteers taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme; to waterway enthusiasts who wish to make a contribution to restoring and preserving the system; to people who just want to get outdoors and dirty, have fun and learn new skills.
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CAPITAL FUND APPLICATIONS CLOSE NEXT MONTH
Don't miss out on capital grants to support your local community project! The countdown is on to apply for grants worth up to £50,000 from the Local Improvement Scheme Capital Fund. We're asking organisations to submit their application by Thursday 28 February, which leaves six more weeks to complete and submit your application...get yours in now!
This year we are again providing training to help professionals better support bereaved children and are also hoping you will take part in our quick survey with ideas of what else we could be doing and any improvements we could make that would benefit your organisation and service-users – perhaps free training or improved collaboration?
Public Health Commissioning Intentions 2020 Wellbeing Focus Groups Report September 2018
Commissioned by Nottinghamshire County Council Public Health Team
VOLUNTARY AND COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS ONLY - SAVE THE DATE - 7TH MARCH 2019
You may have recently completed a questionnaire regarding Whole Family Working and the Troubled Families Programme. The questionnaire was for Voluntary and Community Organisations working with Children and Families in Nottinghamshire.
Once registered with the scheme, anyone can send their unwanted addressed post via a freepost address to the National Scams Team. They will use the details off the envelope and contents to help reduce and stop further scam mail.
Included in this bulletin - 4 charity digital marketing trends for 2019 | Oxfam digital fundraising head joins mobile donations start-up | Social inclusion scheme helps 1 million gain digital skills.
Included in this bulletin - Fostering true stories: My foster carer and me | This year, be the difference in a child's life | Upcoming fostering events | Follow us on Facebook! | Want to start your fostering journey?
Thursday 14th February, 6.30pm at Worksop Town Hall
Included in this bulletin: Stargazing | Poetry workshop | Wedding open day | Crafts | The art of contemplation
Included in this bulletin: Latest gritting news | How a gritting lorry works | Winter driving advice | Keep warm and well
Training dates for the City and County. More details can be found about each course by clicking on the links. Registration is quick and easy and it’s all free.
A summary of the first Health & Wellbeing Board meeting of 2019 held on Wednesday 9 January.
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Our most up-to-date volunteering opportunities matrix for January - Feruary 2019
We are running the above qualification at our office in Mansfield starting 28th January 2019. This will be for 12 weeks – term time only.
We have limited funded spaces available for those who are 19+ prior to 1st August 2018, claiming benefits and have a good level of English and Maths and are able to complete some of our funded training.