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Oldham Community Explorers – East (Lees, St James, Saddleworth and Waterhead)
Meet other voluntary, community, faith, social enterprise groups and partners working in Royton, Shaw and Crompton.
In this session, Julian Cohen, Community Development Worker for Turning Point Oldham and Rochdale will talk about Dry January and how after the festive period, people may want to look at their drinking and how it impacts on their life.
Come along to meet Julian and find out more about the friendly, local community service which Turning Point offer.
Meet other voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise groups and partners working in the Ashton Area.
In Tameside, there is an ambitious plan for developments around parent–infant relationships and perinatal mental health support (PPIMH) for parents / carers with mild to moderate mental health needs or who would benefit from universal parent-infant support. This funding aims to empower voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCFSE) groups to offer or grow their mental health support and services for families in pregnancy and the first two years of a child’s life, to compliment the core services and ensure a strong network of support across the neighbourhoods. Organisations can apply for a microgrant of up to £1,000 or a small grant of up to £10,000.
A member of the Best Start For Life PPIMH Steering Group will deliver the webinar explaining the background of the funding, priorities for the funding programme, the application process, and the outcomes expectations. There will also be a chance for organisations to ask questions.
Walking is natural, we’ve always done it!
And walking with other people can be a great way to catch up, build friendships or just have fun. Meeting up with others to walk doesn’t always need to be formally arranged, sometimes it can just happen if the mood takes you or the time is right.
The Heywood Network (formally known as the Prevention Network) is a space to build relationships between community groups and frontline workers who care about the wellbeing of people in their neighbourhood. Together we will have a stronger voice to influence local decisions and tackle issues together.
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The Emotional Health and Wellbeing Forum is a space held for like minded organisations interested in supporting and improving access to mental health and wellbeing pathways.
Action Together are offering Part 1 of the Introduction to Bid Writing training session to groups who are thinking of applying for funding or would like a refresher on some of the key fundamentals in writing funding applications for small grants.