The UK’s largest wildflower initiative aims to bring people together to transform a shared space in communities with native wildflowers by providing seed kits. Success will determined by the extent to which a Seed Kit Applicant will be engaging Grow Wild’s target beneficiary audiences: children aged 5-11 years old, young people aged 12-25, adults disengaged from nature, and disadvantaged adults living in or near an area within the top 30% of the national Indices of Multiple Deprivation (IMD), date of submission (i.e. first come first served). Delivered in time for spring sowing, kits will be sent out in mid-March 2018.
Next deadline: 28th February 2018
Attention! – Caithness Food Bank is a valued service offering support to thoses in short term crisis. They are appealing to property owners in Wick.
The current premises are becoming unsuitable and they need to relocate. They have a small budget and could pay a nominal rent but they are a charity and resources are short.
If you can help, please get in touch with Richard Otley firstname.lastname@example.org many thanks.
No Limits are holding their Annual General Meeting & parent forum on Thursday 8th March at 10.30am–all welcome.
Due to technical difficulties Catherine [the volunteer development officer at CVG] is unable to access telephone voicemail. Apologies if she has not returned your message. Please call the direct number 01955 609968 at the moment.
Click link to read the winter 2018 newsletter focusing on volunteering.
Winter newsletter 2018 –