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Weston Charity Awards Opens for 2017 Applications

Mon 5 Dec 2016

Applications for The Weston Charity Awards 2017 are now open. The awards have been created to celebrate and support great charities working in the fields of Youth, Welfare and Community.

The Awards were initially launched in the North East of England but were extended throughout the whole of the North of England and are now extended to include the Midlands.

See website for further details http://www.westoncharityawards.org/

 

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Churnet Valley Advent Calendar

Mon 5 Dec 2016

The Churnet Valley Living Landscape is showcasing the beautiful Churnet Valley this Advent. Each day during Advent a window will open to showcase a local organisation - one of the wintry Churnet Valley scenes will be replaced something of interest to local people submitted by a local business, group or organisation http://churnet-valley.guide/

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FREE websites for voluntary and community groups

Mon 5 Dec 2016

JCB Academy

The JCB Academy opened its doors in September 2010 as the first of a brand new kind of school in the UK, with a focus on delivering high-quality engineering and business education. It prides itself on a unique curriculum and learning, allowing students to combine theory with practical activities which encourages a structured and effective use of time, meaning that there should be no homework, or very little at least.

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Community Garden Coordinator wanted

Tue 29 Nov 2016

Newcastle Under Lyme area

15 hours per week

£8.42 per hour

Fixed term for 9 months initially subject to further funding

This is a new project that has grown out of the concern for isolated people in the wider community.

You will set up, develop and coordinate the supporting you Newcastle Under Lyme Gardening Scheme by undertaking practical work, identifying and supporting potential volunteers and recruiting clients.  Experience of working with vulnerable groups in a community setting and developing services is essential.

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Churnet Valley Guide

Tue 29 Nov 2016

Churnet Valley, Staffordshire Moorlands, directory

The Churnet Valley Guide is a project (2016) within the Churnet Valley Living Landscape Partnership (CVLLP), an HLF funded programme; Support Staffordshire is one of the partners.

The Churnet Valley Guide is developing into a community and visitor resource and you have an opportunity to contribute to building this site and to discover, share and enjoy everything that's on offer in the Churnet Valley.

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Success for Sporting Communities CIC

Mon 28 Nov 2016

We are delighted to share the sucess of one of our members at a recent awards ceremony.

At the Children and Young  People Now Awards Sporting Communities CIC received recognition in two catergoies.

They were winners in the Play Awards category for their Replace Crime with PlayTime initiative and Danielle Pointon was recognised in the Chidrens Achievement Award for her volunteering.

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Postponement of Support Staffordshire AGM

Mon 28 Nov 2016

Support Staffordshire logo

Please accept this as a Notice of Cancellation of our Annual General Meeting which was due to be held on:

Friday 9 December 2016 at 2.45pm, The Salvation Army,  Salisbury Street, Leek ST13 5EE

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Funding for defibrillators in England

Mon 28 Nov 2016

British Heart Foundation, Defibulators

The British Heart Foundation has been awarded a further £1m from the Department of Health to make public access defibrillators and CPR training more widely available in communities across England.  

Applications opened on Friday 11 November and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

The packages

There are three packages available:

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Comic Relief Local Communities Programme

Fri 25 Nov 2016

There are still many communities in the UK that suffer from economic and social deprivation and the current economic climate may make this situation worse. This programme aims to empower local people enabling them to create lasting change in their communities.  Projects  should be run  by people directly affected by the issues they are dealing with and priority will be given to small, locally based groups or organisations in areas of disadvantage that have a clear understanding of the needs of their community.

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Transforming Cancer and End of Life Care update

Fri 25 Nov 2016

Programme update – 25 November 2016
Stakeholder briefing

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