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Food Safety Training

Published date: 
Tuesday, 12th February 2019
Tameside Council logo

Free spaces available for Level 2 Food Safety Training!

Tameside Food Partnership has secured funding from Tameside Council to help not for profit groups and volunteers to access food safety training. Tameside Food Partnership’s vision is to work in partnership with public, private and voluntary sectors and communities in Tameside. We want to create a food environment, system and culture that promotes health, reduces food poverty and diet-related ill health, transforms catering and food buying, stimulates the local economy, benefits communities and reduces environmental impact.  

Calling Disabled People Living in Greater Manchester

Published date: 
Tuesday, 12th February 2019
Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People

Are you a disabled person living in Greater Manchester? Why not join Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People?

It is a 100% disabled people’s organisation, which is run and controlled by disabled people. It campaigns for the rights and full inclusion of disabled people. It runs members meeting that are open to members within Greater Manchester.

Membership is currently free!

You can join online here – https://www.gmcdp.com/membership

Do you have a great idea for a festival?

Published date: 
Monday, 11th February 2019
Manchester International Festival

Manchester International Festival is offering Greater Manchester residents the opportunity to host their own micro-international festival in their home, inviting friends and neighbours.

Since November 2016 MIF has been supporting people in Manchester to host inspiring events in their own home from Parisian punk workshops and Dholki celebrations, spoken word and slam poetry in living rooms, to an alternative classical concert mixed with live art in an apartment block.

Solihull Online

Published date: 
Monday, 11th February 2019
Families

Tameside Council have invested in three award winning, quality marked, online courses by the Solihull Approach (a national NHS organisation for parenting approaches).

These courses are for all parents-to-be, parents, grandparents or carers of any child from the antenatal period to age 18 years. This course is relevant to parents of all children, including those with special needs, autism, ADHD etc. 

These courses are normally £19-£39 per person, but are free with the access codes below to all residents of Tameside.

Women's Voices Stronger Together Event

Published date: 
Monday, 11th February 2019
Stronger Together

You're invited to the Women's Voices Stronger Together Event on Thursday 28 February 2019, 9.30am - 12.30pm.

Inspire Women Oldham Centre Oldham Greater Manchester

It's Time For a Different Conversation!

Join us for a truly collaborative event exploring what matters to women & young women & how working together we can ensure women and girls voices are heard in Oldham

Why we are holding this event:

Be an Oldham Winter Warrior

Published date: 
Friday, 8th February 2019
Winter Warrior website

The coldest season is upon us and despite milder than average temperatures the threat of severe weather means that a deep freeze for the residents of Oldham is still a real possibility.

After last year’s ‘Beast from the East’ generated so many examples of people helping each other out, this winter Oldham Cares Alliance want to find our #OldhamWinterWarriors and say thank you to them for helping their families, friends, neighbours, colleagues, patients or service users to get through the coldest season with a warm smile and a helping hand.

HurstFest 2019

Published date: 
Friday, 8th February 2019
Hurst Fest

On Saturday 11 May 2019, between 12pm and 3.30pm, Ashton United in the Community is joining with its local partners in Hurst again to present HurstFest, a community event at Hurst Cross, to celebrate everything that is good about our community and the surrounding area.