VANEL’s Community Health Champions team have secured a regular spot at the Cleethorpes’ branch of Morrisons in Laceby, informing people about the health and wellbeing interventions that are available locally. They are hoping to visit a number of other places within the community such as schools, doctor’s surgeries and local businesses. If you would like the Community Health Champions to visit you, contact CHC Programme Coordinator, Vickie Ehret. Call her on (01472) 231 123. Alternatively, you can drop her an email at Vickie@vanel.org.uk
Children’s Links are holding a celebration event on Tuesday 29th November 2016 at The Collection, Lincoln. The event will be an opportunity to hear about the work they do, celebrate the work they have done and find out about their future plans and aspirations. For more information and/or to express your desire to attend please contact email@example.com
Bringing It All Together: Based over four sessions, the programme is highly interactive and group driven with modules focusing on a range of issues such as leadership, contracting, marketing and managing quality. Core to the programme is diagnostic and action planning to support implementation of learning. The great news is if you are based in the York, North Yorkshire & East Riding or Humber LEP area you can come on the course free of charge. Places are limited so please book now.
On Thursday 8th September 2016, three of the “IGNITE” team, Jenny Hodson, Victoria Russell and Helen Pickett, headed down to London to attend their first ‘THINKBIG’s’ ‘The Ultimate Networker’ event at the O2 Arena. Read on to find out more about what they did and how you can get involved.
Join VANEL on Friday 30th September 2016 at Tukes’ Café in People’s Park, from 11:00am until 2:00pm for the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. The coffee morning will be an excellent opportunity for friends and families to come together, have a chat, enjoy a slice (or two) of cake, and remember loved ones who have fought or who are bravely fighting cancer.
Clubs and organisations who work with young people between the ages of 11 and 25-years-old are invited to apply for “Sportivate” funding. You do not have to come from a sporting background to apply as Sportivate aims to encourage young people who are not particularly sporty to get involved and discover a sport that they love. Read on for more details.
Applications for the second round of The Royal Bank of Scotland’s ‘Skills & Opportunities Fund’ will open on Friday 19th August 2016. Grants up to a maximum of £35,000 can be applied for. For more information about the fund and how to apply, read on.
Funding Available To Support Community and Environmental Projects from ‘The Veolia Environmental Trust’
Funding is available from ‘The Veolia Environmental Trust’ for projects which benefit the community or environment in some way. For more about the funding and how it could benefit you and your community, read on.