CARE (Christian Action Resource Enterprise) have just issued their newsletter for Easter. There’s lots going on at CARE so read on to find the newsletter
Important. New comprehensive guidance on using “legitimate interest” for data processing under GDPR. Needs a read
You’ll be getting ready for GDPR at the moment, so you’ll need to read this. Legitimate Interest is an alternative to consent under GDPR, but it’s complicated to understand which to use. Luckily the ICO has just published very useful guidance. Read on for where to find this information.
On Saturday 14th April, Longstrip Wildlife has organised a Family Activity Day in People’s Park Grimsby. Lots of environmentally focused activities so read on for all the details and come along.
The story about the Grimsby Kasbah gaining conservation area status has made it to the BBC with a video story appearing today. Read on for links to the video and to further information about this part of Grimsby’s heritage.
A guide has been published for Small Charities about Cyber Security. Read it before you have a problem!
The National Centre for Cyber Security (NCSC) has published an assessment of the cyber threats facing UK charities and a guide to help charities protect themselves against malicious cyber activity. Read on for the details.
On 21st April at Grimsby Central Hall, Grimsby Philharmonic Society will be presenting a concert featuring works from Vivaldi (Gloria) and Haydn. One night and two great pieces. Tickets available now via the Central Hall box office. Read on for poster/flyer, ticket prices, timings and booking information.
The next in the series of Organised Dialogues will take place at WMCC on 19th April. the topic is Brexit and Young People. The discussion will take the form of a full restorative dialogue and this is a wonderful opportunity to discuss and learn together. Read on for all the details.
VANEL are looking for four final year students with an interest in community development experience to work 15 hours per week for a year on our Reaching Communities programme: “Helping Young People to Help Each Other to Lead Their Communities” (otherwise known as IGNITE). Read on for all the information about the roles (which will start on 1st September 2018) and how to apply.
From 1st April 2018 the contract to support Healthwatch North East Lincolnshire will shift from North Bank Forum to Meeting New Horizons. So read on for the last HealthWatch bulletin via NBF before the delivery changes.