Christmas is fast approaching and we'd like to make sure we're on the good list! Action Together would like to create a one stop Christmas shop for residents and businesses across Oldham and Tameside to find out where they can give help and get help. To do this, we need to know what your community or voluntary organisation has planned and what your needs are for the festive season.
Recruitment has started for the next Mahdlo Get A Job programme which will begin on Monday 26 November 2018 at 10am at Mahdlo Youth Zone, Egerton Street, Oldham, OL1 3SE. The six week employability and personal development programme is for unemployed young people aged 16 to 21 year olds (up to 25 if additional needs or disability) focusing on employability skills, life skills, social skills, Self awareness, managing feelings and motivation.
Tameside Safeguarding Children Board October 2018 edition. This edition provides information about new initiatives and processes that all practitioners working with children or their parents/carers need to be aware of. They link to the learning and recommendations from Case Review and audit activity and to new statutory requirements. Click here to view.
The next Droylsden Lively Minds Club event will be taking place on Wednesday 7 November 10am – 11.30 am at Droylsden Library. It will be welcoming Harold Hoggarth who will be giving an illustrated talk about Guy Fawkes’s attempt to blow up the King and Parliament on 5th November 1605.
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More than 150 diners helped to make the latest Mossley SOUP community crowdfunding dinner the most successful one yet.
On Thursday 4 October, the sixth Mossley SOUP event, sponsored by Harold Stock & Co Solicitors, took place at Emmaus Mossley. The project that secured the most votes on the night, Mossley Skatepark Development, took home £1,216, raised from donations on the door, raffle and event sponsorship.
Louis Robinson, presenter of Mossley Skatepark Development, said:
The Tameside Green Summit is a ‘call to action’ for organisations and individuals from across of a range of partners in Tameside – businesses, public services, and voluntary and community groups. The event will include presentations from leading experts, debate on key topics, and ultimately action around green issues that affect Tameside as well as nationally and internationally.
On Thursday 15 November, 10am - 4pm, the Greater Manchester Social Enterprise Summit: Working Together to do Business For Good takes place at St Peter’s House, University of Manchester, M13 9GH. The event is free for delegates to attend, including lunch, due to the generosity of sponsors
Financial support is available to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations who can help engage with local people on the topic of alcohol.
Alcohol has a huge impact on the health of individuals, communities and health services across our city region. Between November 2018 and February 2019 Greater Manchester hopes to engage thousands of people from across the city region to increase understanding of this impact. Greater Manchester needs to talk.
A team of formerly homeless people supported by Emmaus are gearing up for a charity football match against a team from Greater Manchester Police (GMP) Tameside.
The Emmaus Vs GMP Tameside Charity Football Match will take place on Sunday 21 October at Seel Park in Mossley. The family-friendly event will also include local club mascots, a penalty shoot-out challenge, charity raffle, inflatable assault course, axe throwing, archery and face painting. All of the proceeds from the event will be donated to the Greater Manchester Mayor’s Homelessness Fund.
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