4th September 2019
9.30 am to 3.30pm
Mercure Hull Grange Park Hotel
Grange Park Lane
This full day workshop will cover a number of key financial issues project applicants will need to consider before applying for ESIF funding.
The event will cover ESIF funding models in relation to ESF and ERDF including category of region and general principles with delegate activities to help apply these in practice.
There will be an opportunity to look at ESIF eligible expenditure; simplified cost options (overheads and hourly rates); match funding and granular budgets with example based activities for delegates to participate in and help understanding.
There will be an opportunity to network with refreshments and a buffet lunch.
Registration is as follows:
9.30 am for a 9.45 am start with lunch at 13.00 pm
Finish at 3.30 pm
To register for you free place please click the lick below:
YMCA Humber are hosting a 175th Anniversary roadshow event at Grimsby Central Hall from 9th-12th September.
More details in Press Release here
contact YMCA direct for information.
The public day is 12th Sept and community day is 11th Sept.
This workshop is part of a suite of workshops run by the Technical Assistance Partnership (TAP), promoting the ESIF programme and supporting potential applicants to apply for ERDF and ESF funding across the Humber, York and North Yorkshire areas.
This workshop will cover State Aid, publicity, document retention and procurement compliance requirements for ERDF and ESF.
The workshop will be held at the Mercure Hull Grange Park Hotel (HU10 6EA) on 10 September 2019 at 10.00am.
Registration will be open from 9.30am.
The morning session will cover:
· State Aid (basic introduction)
· Publicity and regulations
A buffet lunch will be served at approximately 12.30pm.
The afternoon session will cover:
· Procurement (basic introduction)
· Document retention
The workshop will finish at approximately at 2.30pm.
There is ample car parking at the venue:
To register for your free place please click on the below link:
Churches Together in N.E. Lincolnshire are hosting a day of information and reflection on Modern Slavery
Speaker: Bishop Alastair Redfern
Former Bishop of Derby and Anglican Co-ordinator of antislavery initiatives.
Tea and coffee available. Bring a packed lunch.
The event is free.
To book a place, contact Sr Bridgetta Rooney CSJP
Tel: 01472692370 or email: email@example.com
Who will join St Andrews Hospice for there 40th Anniversary celebration?
The last few tables and tickets remain on a first come, first served basis.
Book now to avoid disappointment.
You can buy online by clicking the link http://giving.standrewshospice.com/ruby-ball/ruby-anniversary-ball-home-page or call our fundraising department on 01472 571261.
We look forward to making this a very special night to remember.