Humber, Coast and Vale STP is part of the national Building Health Partnerships programme for 2017/18. The focus of the programme is on how we support people to take greater control over their own health and wellbeing in a positive way. The first stakeholder event is due to take place on 13th September in Swanland Village Hall – read on for all the details and how to get involved.
Shoreline’s Osbourne Street Office is permanently closing at the end of next month. As a result of the closure, they are in receipt of, but no longer have any need for, their office furniture. Rather than sell this privately, they would like to offer it to local charities in exchange for a donation to their Charity of the year fund. Read on for full details.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has launched a set of new proposals to improve how they deliver patient and public involvement within the organisation. NICE are keen to hear what people think of them before they’re finalised early next year. Deadline for comments 28th February 2017.
On Friday 17th February, Radio presenter and transgender icon Stephanie Hirst delivered a guest talk at Franklin Colleges second pride event. Stephanie spoke to students, teachers and members of the public about her journey to self acceptance and the importance of celebrating people’s differences.
Are you interested in learning about cancer and raising awareness about the signs and symptoms of the disease? HealthWatch NEL are offering free Cancer Champions training at Centre 4 on Wooten Road. Read on for full details and to find out about future training dates.
Read on to find out about VANEL’s Lincolnshire Volunteer Card (LVC) 2017 training dates. The LVC training comprises of six two hour modules and is available free of charge to people of all ages who are unemployed, residents of North East Lincolnshire and who are interested in volunteering. For more information or to book your place, contact Liz at the Volunteer Centre. Liz@vanel.org.uk. Call (01472) 231 123.
The Mission to Seafarers strives to meet the needs of all seafarers and their families, irrespective of faith or cultural background. Its mission is to care for the shipping industry’s most important assets, it people. The charity are looking for enthusiastic volunteers aged 18 or over, to help them carry out their vital work with Seafarers from all parts of the world, who visit Immingham Docks. Flexible long or short term volunteering opportunities are available. You must have a full driving licence and access to a vehicle. For more information and to apply, please contact VANEL’s Volunteer Centre Adviser, Liz, on (01472) 231 123. Email Liz@vanel.org.uk
Alternatively, you can apply direct via www.do-it.org