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Winter is coming to Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside

Published date: 
Wednesday, 2nd October 2019
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Increased demand for services in winter exerts severe pressure on local community, voluntary, faith and social enterprise organisations. Action Together helps strengthen local non-profit organisations, to enable them to support local people, by driving support for winter initiatives from the Tameside Christmas Toy Appeal to volunteering for local organisations.

Sexual Health Services Focus Group

Published date: 
Friday, 11th October 2019

We value your views...

 

Come and share your experiences and thoughts on sexual health services including HIV testing. 

 

We are running a focus group on Wednesday 16th October, 6-8pm at Greenheys Adult Learning Centre, Upper Lloyd Street, Moss Side, Manchester, M14 4HZ.

 

You will receive £30 cash for your time and expenses. 

 

To reserve your place, please email charlotte@hitchmarketing.co.uk or call 0151 334 3486. 

Cartwheel Arts - Overspill Launch Event

Published date: 
Friday, 11th October 2019

Official Launch Event!

Cartwheel Arts in Heywood was awarded £63,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund at the start of the year for 'Overspill' - an 18 month project which explores the stories of people who moved from Manchester slum clearances during the 1950/60s to the six original 'overspill' estates across Greater Manchester, with a particular focus on Darnhill in Heywood and Langley in Middleton.

The project is currently being showcased in the People's History Museum in Manchester.

PossAbilities Rochdale - SES Specialist Employment Service provision

Published date: 
Friday, 11th October 2019

 

PossAbilities Employment Team have a couple of spaces left on our SES Specialist Employment Service provision.  This is a programme for people who have sight impairments who would like some assistance with their job search endeavours.

The referral window does close Mid November but the SES provision will continue for a further twelve months without employment or achieve paid employment before then (with tracking period included).

 

What is Ideas Shop?

Published date: 
Thursday, 10th October 2019

Ideas Shops

What is Ideas Shops?

Space to develop a new public service relationship with citizens

Creative places where the system and people meet, make and take action

A mechanism for power sharing approaches between system and community priorities

Who?   

Recruitment opportunity - Expressions of Interest invited to form a new VCSE Mental Health Leadership Group

Published date: 
Thursday, 10th October 2019

Recruitment opportunity - Expressions of Interest invited to form a new VCSE Mental Health Leadership Group

 

The Greater Manchester VCSE Mental Health Forum is in the process of evolving the way that the VCSE sector works with the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership and the wider system around mental health.

Free water for VCFSE groups in Rochdale

Published date: 
Tuesday, 8th October 2019

Free water for voluntary groups in Rochdale!

 

During last year’s dry weather incident we purchased extra water bottles for our priority services customers.

However, the majority of these water bottles were never used by our customers and we don’t want them to go to waste. With the expiry date fast approaching, we are keen to put these water bottles to good use!

The water bottles are five litres with an expiry date of November 2019.

It would be a shame for all that water to go to waste!

Find Funding in Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside

Published date: 
Wednesday, 2nd October 2019
Action Together members voting at the AGM

Local charity Action Together is hosting its annual Funding Fair on Thursday 17 October at 1pm to 5.30pm in The Indian Association Tameside, 103 Union Road, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 8JN.

Action Together's Funding Fair is an opportunity for voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations from across Oldham, Tameside and Rochdale to receive advice from national, regional and local funders and network with other VCSE organisations.

Measuring Poverty Report 2019

Published date: 
Wednesday, 2nd October 2019
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This report published by the Social Metrics Commission uses the most recent data available to provide both a detailed overview of the extent and nature of poverty in the UK today and original analysis that shows how this has changed since the first year where the data for the Commission’s measurement framework is available (2000/01). Click here to read the report.