Sport England has launched the Digital Marketing Hub; a free to access digital platform designed to help those involved in the delivery of sport and physical activity gain more confidence and skills in digital marketing – helping to grow participation, engagement and income. It contains a number of different ways to learn including on-demand content, a certified learning course, an inspiring webinar series, 1:1 mentoring and opportunities to network via sharing challenges or best practice on digital marketing with people in similar roles.
The UK’s sports councils have published new guidance for transgender inclusion in domestic sport.
The Sports Councils’ Equality Group (SCEG), made up of representatives from each of the UK’s sports councils (UK Sport, Sport England, Sport Wales, sportscotland and Sport Northern Ireland), commissioned a review of its existing guidance (2013/15) for the inclusion of transgender people in sport last year, recognising that sport at every level required more practical advice and support.
Please help them raise awareness on the important subject of malnutrition in older age. This is something that unfortunately affects 1 in 10 older people in the UK and the figure is likely to be higher now due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
They have listed below many different ways you can get involved and make a difference during Malnutrition Awareness week. We hope you will be inspired!
Download any of their FREE resources on Nutrition and Hydration in older age here:
Lets make a difference this year!!!
Can you support the toy appeal by donating £5 or buying a gift for those who need it most?
Contact 07751 357202 for more information on how you can support REEL & The Salvation Army this year.
You can drop your Christmas gifts at The Brew OL8 2QP.
If you would like to donate £5 you can make your donation online at:
Account name: REEL
Sort code: 05.06.46
Account number: 22385003
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting both children and adults.
October is ADHD awareness month and the theme this year is:
"Reframing ADHD: Discovering New Perspectives.
If you are looking for helpful resources then please check out the links below:
Looking for ideas to keep your child active?
Your Health Oldham aim sessions at promting good health.
For more information, call Your Health Oldham on 0161 960 0255.
My first update in March 2020 suggested we would have been back delivering our face-to-face support services long before now, however as we all know too well, the pandemic has been an emotional rollercoaster for all of us and we have all had to re-write the book both personally and professionally over the last 18 months.
Are you struggling? Oldham Council can help.
It's ok to reach out for help if you need it.
They know it's a difficult time for many so please be aware support is available for you.
They can help with issues like debt, employment, your health, meals and more.
For more information click here and remember you can always ring them via the Oldham Helpline: 0161 770 7007 (9am – 5pm on weekdays)
This autumn all young people aged 12 to 15 years are being offered the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
As you know Action Together are involved with a lot of Networks and we are constantly looking at attendance levels to see whether the current format is the best for that network .
We have noticed that the Volunteer and Social Action network has seen its numbers fall and so we are asking if you would fill out a little survey to see whether this network still has a value to all our members. To help you, this is the role of the VSAN :-