A monthly roundup of news, events and projects from VANEL Members and Friends. This edition at the end of July 2019 so quite a few bits about Summer activities. Read on.
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Helping Young People Help Each Other to lead their Communities – the IGNITE programme reaches a milestone
As the National Lottery funded period closes for the VANEL IGNITE programme, we are very please to have managed to secure other new investment to continue some of the excellent work delivered by the team over the last three years. Read on to find out about our departing team and how IGNITE continues…
Get on Track for Wellbeing is a community-based personal, social and emotional development programme designed to help young people become more physically active and to improve their mental wellbeing. VANEL are working with Dame Kelly Holmes Trust to deliver this programme to young people aged 16-24 in Grimsby. Read on to find out much more.
VANEL Member organisation Capacity Buildings has just received a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of £10,000 for an exciting heritage project named Community Housing Association Memorials. Read on to find out more about the project.
Civil rights activists have changed the way that governments treat minority groups, however people belonging to those groups still feel as though they aren’t being treat as fairly as other people are. Read the article by Young Reporter Maddy.
Cleethorpes Community Cops was at Cleethorpes Police Station as it closes and the local policing team moves to the Knoll
Over the past year, VANEL has been leading a project to research and archive the history of policing in Cleethorpes. The project has now come to an end and this week the results of this “Cleethorpes Community Cops” project were on display at Cleethorpes Police Station at a bitter-sweet event organised by the Police to mark the final closure of the Police Station after nearly 90 years of service. Read on for the story of the event, along with lots of photos and information about Cleethorpes Cops project.
This week’s article from one of our Young Reporters. Read on.