The West Midlands Combined Authority’s (WMCA) Mental Health Commission is holding a series of listening events across the region.
Tamworth & District
Announcement from Live & Local:-
Have you ever thought how great it would be to see top class professional performers or new or classic films in your own village hall or community centre? There’d be no need to get the car out of the garage, it raises awareness of your fantastic venue and you’d be able to catch up with all your friends and neighbours too.
CareMatch are offering a FREE social media workshop aimed specifically at our sector.
Dickie James, the Chief Executive of Staffordshire Womens Aid, featured on Countryfile on Sunday 10 April in an excellent piece on domestic violence in rural areas, following the recent Archers storyline.
You can watch the episode here (item starts at 7.50 minutes and 27.55 minutes).
Please find attached an invitation to the Tamworth Networking and Sharing Forum to be held at Tamworth Castle on the 16 May 2016, 12.00 noon to 2.00pm.
The purpose of this forum is to give organisations working in Tamworth the opportunity to network, make connections that will support their work and share information which may be useful to others.
Update from NHS DPP Director, Dr Jim O’Brien
Join the Staffordshire Neurological Alliance for a workshop on Patient Involvement in Neurological Services.
The programme will include:
- An update on our progress
- The true cost to Patients and their supporters of a fragmented health economy
- Feedback from a recent survey of patient experience
- Experiences of our Neurological Advocates and why we need more
- What we need to do to “turn up the volume”
Please contact us to book your place or to arrange an information stall.
Read what Healthwatch Staffordshire have been doing these last few weeks via the latest edition of their newsletter.
Included in this issue are an article and pictures from their engagement activities, volunteer recruitments, Careers Hubs surveys and much more.
The newsletter is attached below or you can read it here.
Tame Valley Wetlands will be holding a Social Media Workshop on Friday, April 15, 2016.
It will be held at the TVW Offices, Hams Hall Environment Centre, Coleshill, B46 1GA from 10am to 2pm and it’s FREE!
You will learn how to use social media to raise awareness of your work and how to gather support plus you will meet other charities and community groups.