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Taking back control

In these uncertain times many in the voluntary sector will be feeling nervous. So I’m borrowing a soundbite and taking a moment to suggest how we might all reduce our anxieties by taking more of our future into our own hands.

Staffordshire Safer Neighbourhood Panel News

Staffordshire Safer Neighbourhood Panel Autumn Newsletter is available now and can be downloaded below.

Safer Neighbourhood Panels, set up by the Police and Crime Commissioner, are made up of local resi-dents who meet regularly with their area’s local policing commander.

The panels shape local policing and community safety and shine the spotlight on the work done by po-lice in their area to ensure greater transparency and help build public confidence. They examine the im-pact of policing, community resolutions and restorative justice, on their communities.

Have your say! Staffordshire’s ‘Education and Skills Strategy’ and the ‘Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Strategy’

We are writing to inform you that the consultations for the “Education and Skills Strategy: A Partnership Framework for Staffordshire” and the county council’s “Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Strategy” are now live and will stay open until the 21st December 2018.

Pathway Project - Annual General Meeting

INVITATION TO PATHWAY PROJECT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The meeting will begin with the formal business of the AGM and will then proceed to presentations by the people who really know the most about our services, those who use them. You will hear how Pathway Project really makes a difference to the people we work with. This will be the fifth year our ‘Maggie Stewart Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award’ will be presented.

We would be very grateful if you could RSVP via email to aprilb@pathway-project.co.uk  

Autumn Statement - NAVCA's Analysis

Please find attached a briefing paper on this week’s Autumn Statement, outlining some of key spending promises in the Budget and their implications for VCSE organisations. 

As always, I hope you’ll find this interesting/useful and am keen to hear your thoughts on what the chancellor had to say in the Autumn Statement.

Amanda Stevens 

Policy & Research Lead 

NAVCA (National Association for Voluntary and Community Action)

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