Category Archive: Community News

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Consultation on revised proposals for changes to City of Lincoln Council’s Neighbourhood Working Service

DISTRIBUTED ON BEHALF OF CITY OF LINCOLN COUNCIL As you may recall the City of Lincoln Council undertook consultation in December and January 2017 on proposals to make changes to the way we deliver the neighbourhood working service across the city. If you took part in that consultation then thank you as your comments have …

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Community office space to let at Bridge Church Lincoln

Double/Triple Office space – Highly Competitive rates! £227pcm for 190sqft (18m2) including utilities! LN5 8PY~Available From March 1st This office is located above the highly popular Bridge Church Community Venue on Newark Road. The office has two obscured windows that come with a lock for security. The room can come furnished with a single desk and …

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Steph is running for LIVES (Again)!

After her success in 2015 VCS colleague Steph Boyfield will be taking part in the Lincoln 10k on Sunday 2nd April, running to raise money for the fab local charity, LIVES. LIVES is the Lincolnshire charity that supports 700+ highly trained and dedicated volunteers who get to their neighbours fast to deliver vital care in …

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Sleep Matters Workshop- Caistor 27 March

‘Sleep Matters in Lincolnshire’ is a year long project funded by Lincolnshire’s Dementia Support Network. The aim is to help improve the health and wellbeing of people living with dementia and their carers, through improved sleep routines. Sleep Matters is a training and support service for carers of people living with dementia and caring professionals. Workshops help people gain …

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Items available

Lincoln Dial A Ride have a number of printer related items available. For more information please contact: penny.hardman@lincolndialaride.co.uk

Seeking your views on developing health and social care services in Lincolnshire

SENT ON BEHALF OF UNITED LINCOLNSHIRE HOSPITALS NHS TRUST Health and social care organisations across our county are looking at how we could change and improve health and social care services in Lincolnshire – this programme is called the STP (Sustainability and Transformation Plan). United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust is developing the ULHT 2021 Strategy …

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Has an employer wrongly checked your official criminal record?

As part of their Fair Access to Employment project Unlock are looking for examples of employers who have carried out inappropriate levels of criminal record checks. They’re gathering this information to feed into their legal strategy which aims to put an end to unlawful criminal record checks. Unlock is especially keen to hear from anyone …

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United Hospitals NHS Trust survey

Health and social care organisations across the county are looking at how the United Hospitals NHS Trust could change and improve health and social care services in Lincolnshire – this programme is called the STP (Sustainability and Transformation Plan).    United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust is developing the ULHT 2021 Strategy to develop the hospital-based …

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Future Catalyst – Leadership and innovation workshops

Future Catalyst is your local 21stC Leadership & Innovation Consultancy on a mission to work with leaders across all sectors who are bravely tackling some of today’s most difficult Social & Economic challenges. Based on their mission, they are running a number of Leadership & Innovation Workshops, providing a safe environment to reflect, problem-solve & …

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Applied suicide intervention skills workshop

Places are still available for the 2 day workshop in Lincoln on 22-23 May 2017   As the world’s leading suicide intervention workshop, LivingWorks’ ASIST program is supported by numerous evaluations including independent and peer-reviewed studies. ASIST participants learn to: Understand how personal and societal attitudes affect views on suicide Feel confident identifying and providing …

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