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Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants Surgery

Published date: 
Friday, 26th April 2019
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Arts Council England are hosting a National Lottery Project Grants surgery in The Performance Space at Oldham Library & Lifelong Learning Centre on Monday 13 May 2019, 11am – 3pm.

National Lottery Project Grants is Arts Council England’s open access fund that exists to be reactive to new ideas, new talent and new approaches in the arts.

National Lottery Project Grants distributes awards of between £1000 and usually £100,000 from the National Lottery to:

Arts organisations
People who use the arts in their work

The Weavers Factory to host Emmaus Mossley Pop-up Shop

Published date: 
Friday, 26th April 2019
Emmaus Mossley

New Saddleworth art gallery, The Weavers Factory, will support homelessness charity Emmaus Mossley throughout 2019 by offering space for an Emmaus Pop-up Shop.

The Emmaus Pop-up Shop at The Weavers Factory will take place in Uppermill on each Bank Holiday Monday throughout 2019. The shop will be housed in the Loom Shop on the upper floor of The Weavers Factory, giving gallery attendees the chance to purchase a variety of items to support the work of Emmaus Mossley. 

Charity Finance Group - Northern Conference 2019

Published date: 
Thursday, 25th April 2019
Charity Finance

Charity Finance Group’s biggest conference in the north returns to Manchester this June. With Brexit a feature of uncertainty in the landscape, it’s crucial for financial managers in charities and non-profits to possess the latest knowledge to maintain a robust role, and keep growing and developing strategies at a challenging time for the sector.

Greater Manchester Co-operative Commission - Call for Evidence

Published date: 
Wednesday, 24th April 2019
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The Greater Manchester Co-operative Commission has been established by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) in order to be a driver for the development of co-operative activity across the city-region, to explore whether co-operative ideas can help to solve existing problems, encourage greater collaboration within the co-operative sector and contribute to the achievement of the ambitions of the Greater Manchester Strategy - to make Greater Manchester one of the best places in the world to grow up, get on and grow old - and to be one of the most co-operative places in the UK.

Gambling Harm - Awareness, Screening, Referral

Published date: 
Tuesday, 23rd April 2019
Gamble Aware

Harm caused by gambling has increased in recent years, particularly with the increase in online gambling and TV advertising. Harm from gambling doesn’t have to mean losing thousands of pounds; losing £5 a week could cause harm for some gamblers and their families. It estimated that there are up to 3,500 people in Tameside (and 6 out of every 1,000 children aged 11-15) who are experiencing harm from their gambling; more than 95% don’t get any support for their addiction. 

Two Day Workshop in Person Centred Coaching

Published date: 
Tuesday, 23rd April 2019

Free Skills Development for the frontline workforce in Tameside and Glossop.

Excited by the prospect of having a different kind of conversation with individuals that leads to better outcomes for the person? Interested in how person centred coaching can lead to more satisfying contacts for both individuals and practitioners? Sign up for this stimulating tried, tested and evidence based two day workshop, developed by TPC Health (leaders in UK coaching).

Impact practice made simple

Published date: 
Wednesday, 10th April 2019
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Inspiring Impact has just launched a new website for people who work and volunteer for charities, funders, and social enterprises.

Get started with impact measurement with our free online resources. Get practical recommendations on what data to collect and how with a data diagnostic.

Get inspired by what others are doing through case studies. Or join a peer learning network across the UK to share with and learn from others.