Are you involved in a community group, village school or parish council based in the South West Peak and have an idea for a local project? If so, there is a free workshop taking place this month which will help you to get started or progress your project.
Many of us find talking about grief difficult but at St Giles we know from experience that talking about bereavement and loss can be incredibly positive.
That is why we operate a series of bereavement help points across the region. Some of our help points are run in partnership with South Staffordshire Cruse Bereavement Care.
If you are experiencing or have experienced bereavement (regardless of how long ago or the type of bereavement), you will be made very welcome at one of our free weekly drop-in Bereavement Help Points.
Audley Health and Wellbeing Event, date has now been agreed for Wednesday 17th October 2018 running 10am to 2pm and we would like to invite you to come along and show off what support, services and activities you offer.
If you would like to have a stall at the event, could I please ask you to let me know as soon as possible.
If you can email me using the link to the left, we will try our best to accommodate everyone
the Greater Chesterton Locality Action Partnership Health Event, date and time has now been agreed for Thursday 11th October 2018 running 10am to 2pm and we would like to invite you to come along and show off what support, services and activities you offer.
If you would like to have a stall at the event, could we please ask that you let me know as soon as possible.
If you can email using the link to the left, we will try our best to accommodate everyone.
Who Should Attend:
All voluntary and community organisations that have local knowledge of the local community and their service users.
Benefits of Attending:
- Find out about how Support Staffordshire can support your group
- Have your voice heard
- Share information and network with voluntary sector colleagues.
We need your help.
Sarac is a local charity that supports victims and survivors of sexual abuse and rape. All donations from the pop-up shop will go to the charity.
Why a Pop-Up shop?
Communities worry about the loss of shops in our towns. It is easier and cheaper to shop online for what we want but then we miss out on what we need.
Groundwork will be running a Tesco Bags of Help funding workshop at Tesco Uttoxeter (Brookside Road, Staffordshire, ST14 8AU) on Tuesday 31st of July at 11:30am and 3pm. The workshop will be approximately 45mins – 1hr long and will include:
West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit are offering free places on a bid writing course, which is aimed at charities and community groups. The course will help you to identify opportunities while providing advice on writing successful applications and exploring the common mistakes made by applicants. The sessions will provide delegates with an insight into the processes of grant makers to understand how grant applications are assessed and improve their chances of success.
The day-long courses will be held in Birmingham city centre, and the dates are :
• 17th July
The death of a loved one can turn your life upside down. Everybody’s experience of grief can be different and talking about it can help.
Bereavement Information Hubs are an informal, friendly place to meet and talk to others who have experienced loss and grief
Why not visit your local hub at:
Perton Library, Severn Drive, Perton, WV6 7QU 2-4pm on the second Friday of the month
Bilston People's Centre, Excel Church, Wolverhampton Road, WV14 0LT 10-12pm on the last Wednesday of the month
10 – 11.30 am Saturday 30th June 2018
St John’s Parish Room (Rolleston Road)
£3.00 (includes the refreshments and entry to draw for small gift) proceeds go towards Red Lion House Charity development funds
Red Lion House will be a COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR HORNINGLOW with lots of exciting possibilities. This is an opportunity to find out more – bring friends ...
Please come and support this community project!
Let the Red Lion roar!