The Edward Gostling Foundation provides funding to support its goal of ensuring that people living with a mental and/or physical disability or a long-term illness should have the same choices, quality of life opportunities and aspirations as others.
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It's now just under 100 days to go – time to get planning how you're going to celebrate your volunteers.
Our monthly update for local public stakeholders interested in health and social care.
1 Day Course - Personal Independence Payment, 13th June, 9.30am - 4.00pm at Chase Neighbourhood Centre, NG3 4EZ
2 Day Course - Hello I Am a Benefit, 10th & 11th April, 9.30am - 4.00pm at Chase Neighbourhood Centre, NG3 4EZ
Join us for our FREE Dementia Research Uncovered event on Friday 5 April. Hear from researchers exploring current dementia research and people with lived experience of dementia sharing their perspective of the importance of research.
Volume 3 Issue 14 February 2019
2019 Spring Day-School | Ols Mansfield Society | Geoffrey Bond Research Award 2019 | Musuem of Timekeeping | Angel Row History Forum | Society News | Speakers | Finally...
22nd March - 23rd April 2019
Saturday 30th March, 6.30pm at Worksop Memorial Garden, 7.30pm at The Crossing Church and Centre. A Service of Thanksgiving.
MARAC Briefing March 6th. Raising Awareness of So-Called 'Honour'-Based Abuse and Forced Marriage March 27th.
Friday 30th March 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Saturday 23rd March 10am - 12noon
Around the Welbeck Estate on Sunday 12th May at 10.30am
We are excited to announce that we will be returning to Leeds this 4th April with more heavily subsidised training for small charities, for just £10-£20/course.
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?
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the 5.5 million people living in Britain’s former mining communities. Many of these communities still require support due to the huge impact the closure of the mines had upon them.