Attention all groups you are invited to an employer/volunteer event in North Highland College on Wednesday 27th march from 1-4pm. This is an opportunity to recruit new young volunteers and offer them skills development and experience of working with the people in your organisation. It is also an opportunity to promote your services and organisation. To book a table contact Jane Macintosh Jane.MacIntosh@uhi.ac.uk
Mary Ann's Cottage, Dunnet Recruiting new Volunteers
This museum are looking for volunteers to help during the busy summer season from 1st May until 30th Sep. Can you volunteer for a couple of hours, perhaps go on a rota or help out when you can. Volunteer front of house/tickets or become a tour guide. Full training on the displays and history will be given.
The Community Growing Fund is an £80,000 grant scheme to help people grow and learn about food.
Community groups, public bodies and third sector organisations can apply for a grant of up to £3,000 to support existing or set up new 'grow your own' projects.
The scheme is part of our vision for a Good Food Nation and aims to help increase understanding of where our food comes from, and support healthy eating and exercise.
You can apply for a grant now. The deadline for applications is 5pm on Sunday, 31 March.
Detail and info on:
COMMUNITY CONSULTATION DAY
FOCUSSING ON DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
Tuesday 19 th February at
PULTENEY CENTRE, HUDDART STREET, WICK KW1 5BA
10.45 to 1.30 followed by light lunch
I would like to invite you to our consultation day. We want to hear of inequalities in Wick for people within this target group, also we want agencies or groups to tell us how they are affected by these issues.
The only way to do this is to have an open and frank conversation to hear the views of everyone. It would be beneficial if agencies or group representatives coming can identify and take along service users or members of the public who will be willing to take part in the consultation. We hope to have small group discussions/ workshop around individual tables and guest speakers from agencies, groups and substance users. These talks will hopefully reveal what we, as a community need to focus on or deliver in Wick.
The PPP are looking at exploring a holistic multi agency approach similar to that being run in Lothian
where service users are delivered a person centred service using multi agencies delivering a seamless service to the community.
The information you give will be fed back to the Wick and Community Locality Plans.
RSVP by 16th Feb
on 07501494014, 01955608530, firstname.lastname@example.org
FUNDED BY ASPIRING COMMUNITY FUND