The Trust has a new vacancy for a Project Co-ordinator. The closing date is 18th May. Read on for all the details.
News shared by our Members and Friends
The first newsletter on the new Access Pathway for children with additional needs is out, and it’s accompanied by an invitation to one of the briefings that are taking place through May 2018. These are both intended to provide information and support for any professional working with children and young people. Read on for all the background information, the newsletter and details of the events
Four community shredders are now available via a Crime Reduction Fund project. Don’t throw out of date personal documents or credit cards away – use one of these shredders to protect your identity. Find out more
Friendship at Home have finally moved offices. They are now no longer at St Aidans but are now at Aspen Court, Cleethorpes. Read on for a few more details about the move and also details of their forthcoming AGM on 22nd May
NEL CCG and NLaG have been holding meetings to share information about the work going on to make local health and care services more sustainable. As a result of the last meeting a Feedback Report has been published. Read on to learn more and to access the report.
HealthWatch NEL have a survey out online to help them understand your thoughts on health and social care services. Read on to follow the links to the survey.
At a family fun event recently, the Beach Hut on Marine Embankment, Cleethorpes opened its doors once again for the start of the season. The Beach Hut is a focus for a variety of community projects and can also be hired for personal or group use. Read on to find out what’s been happening (we have a new Punch and Judy setup too) and find out how to book.
Friendship at Home have organised a Dementia Awareness/Action event for 21st May in Grimsby. At this stage they are seeking relevant groups who may want to be involved with the event. Read on to find out early details about the event…
Identity theft is a real problem but a new project funded through the Crime Reduction Fund should provide part of the solution
West Marsh Community Centre was successful in applying to the CRF fund and has now put four shredders into the community for local people to dispose of their personal documents more securely helping to minimise chances of data theft. Find out more and where to get to the shredders.