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COVID-19 digital checklist for charities

The Charity Digital Code of Practice has launched a COVID-19 digital checklist to support charity leaders during this difficult time.

The checklist aims to help charity trustees and leaders make the right digital decisions, evaluate key decisions, assess progress so far and create a consistent understanding of their charity’s digital goals.

The checklist is split into 7 categories which include remote working, fundraising and governance.


Staffordshire Libraries - Help us to Shape out Future

Staffordshire Archives & Heritage and the William Salt Library are working in partnership to create and deliver the new Staffordshire History Centre.

The project will transform the way the public engage with our services, our collections and create an exciting new visitor experience. We are interested in learning more about your personal experiences of Staffordshire Archives & Heritage (both in person and/or online), as well as some more information about how you spend your leisure time in general.

Lichfield Civic Society wants to welcome new members

Founded in 1961, Lichfield Civic Society is a voluntary organisation dedicated to preserving and enhancing the features and character of the historic Cathedral City of Lichfield. A City to be cherished now and for future generations.

The Society reviews and monitors developments in the City and District, liaises with local authorities, and promotes environmental improvements.

News of the Society's activities is published in a monthly Newsletter which is free to members.

PFCC People Power Fund

PFCC People Power Fund - Closing date: 14th April 2020      

The aim of the PFCC People Power Fund is to increase community cohesion and public safety through local projects that are looking to support groups assisting victims of crime and early crime intervention related projects.

All applications must be supported by your local Neighbourhood Police Officer or Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) whose details you can find on the Staffordshire Police website.             

Grants between £100 and £2,000 are available


An historic landmark in Newcastle town centre which dates back to 1713 is busy, full of life and providing a useful range of services to the local community.

That is the conclusion of a 12-month arrangement with Support Staffordshire who have agreed to continue managing the Guildhall while its long-term future is decided.

The county-wide voluntary sector support organisation took over the running of the iconic building, opening a community and voluntary sector hub, in January 2019 following the relocation of Council staff to Castle House.

Places of Welcome in Uttoxeter

The Places of Welcome network is really taking off in Uttoxeter, with two venues relaunching for the new year.  

The first of these was St. Mary's Church in Uttoxeter town centre, which restarted as a Place of Welcome in January, after a short break.  It will continue to open every week going forward, offering a free cuppa and a chat on Thursday mornings between 9.30am and 12 noon.

Deadline for Interest Free Loans

Apply by 31 December for interest-free loans to support community spaces

Over the past two years, we’ve awarded more than £2.1 million in interest-free loans and grants to help community spaces all over the UK build their trading activities and become more financially sustainable.  

Spaces supported include a community-run lido in Cornwall, a village hall in the Hebrides and a co-operative farm in Northern Ireland. 

Free Venue for Hire

Regent College, an Independent Specialist College for young adults with learning difficulties and complex needs, use Apedale Country Park Visitor Centre and would like to open the venue further for events, meeting and workshops. 

The venue is available between 11am and 3pm in term time, giving their hospitality volunteer team the opportunity to get involved and provide you with refreshments and catering if required.

If you would like to know more about the room, please contact Julia Bossons at Juliab@RegentCollege.org.uk