Blue Lights Brigade has had a busy Summer. Lots of events. Lots more volunteers engaged with and trained up through our CERT teams. Read our full report here.
The first CERT team of 12 volunteers have completed their training under this BLB programme. Read on to meet these volunteers and find out what they’ve been up to.
Community Emergency Resilience Teams (CERT) are being formed through the Blue Lights Brigade using volunteers to prepare to help our communities should an emergency require it. Find out about how the first dozen CERT volunteers are doing on their training programme…
THE work of our Blue Lights Brigade team has received a £3,000 funding boost, thanks to The Tribune Trust. Read on for the story.
On Wednesday 16th May 2018 the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) media team issued a press release announcing that VANEL has been awarded a grant through the Connected Communities Innovation Fund. Voluntary Action North East Lincolnshire (VANEL) is one of 16 organisations selected from 400 applicants to take part in the Connected […]
The Blue Lights Brigade programme is progressing well. Read on for a brief update on where the project is now and how to get in touch.
The Blue Lights Brigade project is now well underway with the first cohort of 12 volunteers having been trained up and started into volunteering opportunities. Read on for more details of how the project is going
Thanks to everyone who attended the VANEL AGM at WMCC this week. At the AGM we were pleased to have a presentation made to the Blue Lights Brigade project by Tribune Trust. Read more about the AGM event and about the presentation.
The first group of volunteers into our new Blue Lights Brigade project have just been through their first training. Read on to find out more about the programme and the people involved.
VANEL is delighted to announce its most recent success in securing Big Lottery Fund monies for its new project which will recruit and train retired emergency service officers as local volunteers with local community safety partners. The project is live now so read on for much more information about the project, how to get in contact and to read the official press release.