Charlotte Lowe is a former Young Reporter and since stopping writing the weekly articles for Grimsby Telegraph, she’s continued in her writing and journalism. Read on for an article she’s just written for the Telegraph community pages about a local fundraising event.
Last week (13th-19th May 2019) was National Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme this year was Body Image. A very powerful week of national support and campaigns, and locally our Young Reporters team worked hard to put together an exciting booklet of their thoughts and feelings on the issues involved. Read on to find out more and to access the booklet they produced.
Hammond House Publishing is a local media organisation involving young people in media work. It also incorporates their Billboard TV brand. Hammond House Publishing have now joined as a new VANEL member so read on to learn more about them
Over February half-term the IGNITE team has a range of training and events aimed at younger people. Some of the details are here in last week’s roundup. A new event has now been added to the list. “Hacks of Life” is on Wednesday 13th February. Olivia and Nicole from the IGNITE team will be in […]
Last year it was a success getting funding for “Pipes Away”. This year the accolades for that project continue, but now we also have another successful young leader getting a new project started using the same funding pot. Read on for the stories.
There’s no let up in the demand for Disclosure and Barring Service checks at the moment. October was VANEL’s busiest month all year. So a reminder that VANEL offers this service. Read on for more details of the service.
There are still places available on our two Mailchimp training sessions in November. (3rd and 28th November). Read on for a few more details and how to book.
At the VANEL AGM in October we were joined on the VANEL board by two new Trustees. Read on to meet Graham Johnston and Steve Beasant.