Our weekly roundup of news related to governance, trusteeship and leadership: NCVO governance update for July. News on more governance training from VANEL, an a couple of interesting publications to read from NPC. Read on for all the details.
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise the outstanding work carried out in their own communities. Any group doing volunteer work that provides a social, economic or environmental service to the local community can be nominated for the award. The winners are announced on 2nd June every year. Nominations are open until 15 September.
Friendship at Home (FAH) is holding a charity quiz night on Friday 1st September at The Old Clee Club from 8 pm onwards. Tickets are £6 pp and include fish, chips and peas. Book your tickets by contacting the FAH office 01472 602500.
YMCA Humber’s Immingham Youth Club last session before the summer will take place on Monday 31st July at the Bert Boyden Centre in the form of a disco. The disco will run 6 pm – 8 pm and children aged 6 to 16 are welcome to attend. There will be food, music, sumo suits and giant bubbles. Entry is £1.50 per person.
Read on for a snapshot of the recent Total Transport One Stop Shop consultation results for the Question: Where would you like to access transport services information, advice and guidance? The aim is to establish a single information point in respect of different agencies’ passenger transport offerings, with a view to more effective signposting and publicity – a Transport One Stop Shop to deal with user needs and requests for services locally within North East Lincolnshire.
Grimsby Snaprats are asking for donations for raffle prizes for their upcoming annual presentation evening which will take place on July 28th. If you would like to make a donation please contact Snaprats secretary and assistant coach Victoria Russell. Tel. 01472 315 437. Email: Victoria@vanel.org.uk