News! Bolsover Walking and Cycling Co-ordinator Post

Bolsover District Council are looking for a new Walking and Cycling Coordinator post!

£20,912 to £23,050 
Fixed Term
30 hours per week
Located at The Arc, High Street, Clowne, S43 4JY

The post holder will develop, promote and co-ordinate a range of initiatives and opportunities to increase participation in walking and cycling in Bolsover District.

Applications are now being accepted.

The closing date is the 13th February 2019.

Interview date: 21st February 2019.

 

For more information click the link below:

http://www.bolsover.gov.uk/images/LIVE/W/Walking_and_Cycling_Coordinator.pdf

News! Time To Talk Day

News! Police and Crime Commissioner Community Action Grants

Information for non-statutory and constituted organisations and groups in Derbyshire

 

The police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire, Hardyal Dhindsa is inviting voluntary organisations and groups to apply for his Community Action Grants. 

Applicants can apply for a maximum of £25,000 in the Large Grant Rounds and up to £2,500 in the Small Grants Rounds.

Both Grants are now open - Applications for the Large Grant close on 30th November 2018 and the Small Grant Round application is now open until the 4th January 2019. 

To check your organisations eligibility and information on how to apply please click here.

 

 

News! Job Vacancy At Rhubarb Farm

Book Keeper wanted!

A Book Keeper is wanted at Rhubarb Farm to work 6 days a month in the Rhubarb Farm Office. 

Knowledge and experience of operating SAGE accounting system is essential. 

To look at the job description and download the application form please visit www.rhubarbfarm.co.uk 

CV's are not accepted.

Please complete the application form and return as detailed on the bottom of the form.

News! Social Marketing For Falls Project

The aim of this project is to reduce the number of older people falling by gaining insight from older people and people affected by falls i.e. carers and key stakeholders to inform messages around falls and active ageing. 

It is aimed at the following groups:

  • Those approaching older age (50-64)
  • Those that have fallen and at a risk of falling (65+)
  • Those affected, i.e. carers
  • Key stakeholders (professionals/volunteers that work with older people)

The first phase of this project is to undertake research with the target groups (listed above). The research company would like to speak to older people and key stakeholders about falls. This will then be used to inform how, who and where we communicate falls prevention and healthy ageing messages across Derbyshire in the future.

The research company are looking for stakeholders to speak to and take part in a stakeholder engagement event and also older people. In your locality if you are aware of any stakeholders who would be interested in taking part or groups of older people that the research company could contact to enable them to speak to older people to take part in the research please could you pass on the following information;

  • Name of group
  • Brief description of the group
  • Group demographics 
  • Key contact 
  • Address
  • Days/time they meet

If you are able to provide details of anyone that can support this project you will be kept updated on progress and when the research company is likely to get in touch with the contacts you have provided. 

Please send any relevant information or queries to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

News! Winter 2018 Solidarity Bulletin

Click here to view. 

In this edition you will find:

Centres win 'Outstanding Contribution to the Voluntary Sector' Award

Store makes millions but expects staff to work for free

Universal Credit Christmas Crisis Carol Concert comes to Shirebrook

Charity blames Universal Credit for rise in Food Bank usage

Chesterfield woman scammed of her Tax Credits... by the Government

Crooked Spire Lights up to raise awareness

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News! Rolls-Royce Grant Fund 2019

Every year the Foundation (Derbyshire) works alongside Rolls-Royce to develop a grant theme, responding to local needs, topics and concerns. 

For 2019 the theme will be: Mental Health Support in Schools

Grants of up to £8,000 will be available for PTA's and similar bodies, to develop activities that explore self-care and tackle mental health issues head on.

Find out more by heading over to their website here. 

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