Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent: Partnership Fund

4th July 2016 Callum Jones 0

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent – Jeff Cuthbert has released 2016/17 Partnership Fund. He will be giving grants to assist charities, voluntary organisations and community groups involved in activities that have a positive impact on the communities they serve in Gwent whilst at the same time contributing towards delivering the Commissioner’s specific areas of focus. This grant scheme is funded by the proceeds of crime provided to Gwent Police and also from the sale of unclaimed found property.  The total amount available for 2016/17 is £150,000. Please follow this link for further details: http://www.gwent.pcc.police.uk/commissioning/tier-2-partnership-fund/partnership-fund-201617/

Cordis Bright Voluntary Sector Questionnaire

29th June 2016 Callum Jones 0

Do you work in a voluntary sector organisation whose work supports young people aged 14-18 to engage or remain engaged in education, training and employment? Cordis Bright are asking you to share information about your organisation with them. Please complete an online questionnaire at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ETEmap The deadline for completing the questionnaire is 5pm on Sunday 17 July 2016. Why is Cordis Bright collating information about voluntary sector organisations? The Welsh Government has commissioned Cordis Bright to undertake a national mapping exercise to gather information about voluntary sector provision that can support young people aged 14-18 to engage or remain engaged with education, training and employment (ETE). The aims of the mapping exercise are to: Raise the profile of voluntary sector organisations working in this field. […]

Community Health Champions

27th June 2016 Callum Jones 0

Living with a long term health conditions – You may like to join our Community Health Champions for an awareness session on “Introduction to Self-Management”. Education Programme for Patients Cymru provides a range of health and wellbeing courses and workshops for people living with a health condition or for those who care for someone with a health condition. These wellbeing courses have proved both successful and popular over the years – this is your opportunity to learn more and promote the courses within the community to family, friends and neighbours. The introduction to self-management module will cover a variety of “skills for life” including: Managing daily activities Managing medication Exercise and Relaxation Problem solving Communication Date:         11th July 2016 Time:         1.00 pm to 4.00 pm Venue:      Cwmbran Library […]