The Borough Council of Newcastle-under-Lyme is looking to commission a Family Financial Inclusion Support Service on behalf of the Newcastle Partnership and requires a service to work with families, in specific communities in Newcastle who have issues relating to financial inclusion and debt management.
Children, Young People & Families
Be Friends, Beacon Church, Burntwood (Tuesdays)– closed Christmas and New Years Days
Curborough Community Centre (Tuesdays) – open New Years Day 1st Jan 2019
Handsacre Methodist Church (Fridays) – open Friday 21st December, closed 28th December, reopens 4th January 2019
Martin Heath Hall, Lichfield (Mondays) – closed Christmas Eve, open New Years Eve
St Annes, Chasetown (Thursdays) – will be open Thursday 27th December and Thursday 3rd January 2019
The National Transfer Scheme (NTS) is a voluntary arrangement that is designed to ensure a more even distribution of unaccompanied children across the UK.
In the last few days the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty & Human Rights published the findings of a fortnight-long investigation across the UK.
People living in areas across the Cannock Chase District are set to benefit from a new project to help improve their health and wellbeing, fitness and general quality of life, thanks to a £416,000 National Lottery grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
The ‘Chase Up’ project will be led by local communities and will work with local residents, schools and voluntary organisations in Hednesford North, Chadsmoor and the Springfields estate in Rugeley.
See the attached poster for details of a community festive celebration event in Chadsmoor - Nativity On The Move - a joint celebration hosted by Bethany Church, Chadsmoor Methodist Church and St Chad's Church and supported by local community groups and individuals. It takes place on Friday 21st December between 6pm and 7:30pm.
It would be great to see as many people as possible along to the event, there will be refreshments at the end and spectacle along the way including fantastic oratory and a donkey on wheels!
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.
Please find below information on the New ERA perpetrator services available across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent. Contact numbers for our team are outlined below and I have included links to our webpage, promotional clip for SPECTRUM and copies of our referral forms for ease.
Could your organisation contribute to a collaborative style approach to improve outcomes for families with dependent children in Burton-upon-Trent?
In East Staffordshire, Staffordshire County Council wish to commission a consortium of providers that will deliver a Community Enabler Service focusing upon the following 4 themes:-
Please find attached the final version of the SSCB Annual Report 2017/2018. Please disseminate this report within your organisation, as appropriate.
The Annual Report is also available on the SSCB website using the following link: