Category: Community News

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Vacancy: Project Officer – Steps Forward

Urban Challenge Ltd (Voluntary Centre Services) Project Officer – Steps Forward Project (Part time – 2 years fixed term contract) £4,460 (£22,300 FTE) per annum / 7 hours per week / Sleaford based Urban Challenge Ltd is a charitable company based in Lincoln, delivering services across West Lincolnshire. The organisation has an exciting opportunity for a …

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Let’s Talk Training – March 2018

Let’s talk training is the training operating arm of established mental health provider Harmless, who will be delivering Mental Health First Aid Training (MHFA) in Lincoln on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 February 2018. For full details and to book your place please visit the Harmless website here.

2017 Festive Opening Hours

All of our offices will close on Friday 22nd December and reopen after Tuesday 2nd January 2018.  Throughout this time you’ll be able to book appointments in your local area via our free online booking system. Our staff and volunteers would like to thank you for your support in 2017 and wish you a very …

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Save and Warm: East and West Lindsey

Save and Warm provides advice on suitable tariffs, the cheapest way to pay bills, and how to reduce the amount of energy you use. Save and Warm can support you take control and get the best deal to suit you and your needs. Save and Warm provides information about schemes offered by the Government and …

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Survey for people living with neurological conditions- HARG

The Healthy Ageing Research Group (HARG) from the School of Health and Social Care and have been asked by the Public Health Division, Lincolnshire County Council to undertake a health needs assessment for people with neurological conditions (including migraine, epilepsy etc). The purpose of a health needs assessment is to understand the current health needs …

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Message from Age UK

This message is distributed on behalf of Age UK:   Dear Colleague,   Age UK is the country’s largest charity dedicated to helping older people make the most of later life.   We are very concerned about the state of Social Care in this country and worried that the long promised Green Paper on Social …

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Volunteers needed for new Gainsborough Coffee Morning with St Barnabas Hospice

We are all aware of the health risks posed by smoking, but did you know that loneliness has been shown to be more harmful? Loneliness and social isolation are a real problem in the Gainsborough area and we would like to contribute to the solution by offering a warm welcome, a friendly chat and a …

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Furniture and office equipment available for community groups

Photo of white wooden screen

IMPart Lincoln are offering the following items to local community groups. Items are offered free or for a small donation, but you will need to arrange to collect and transport them from the storage unit near Saxilby: Electric cooker and fridge – both working fine when they went into storage.   Wooden screen/display board on …

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Participants needed

The University of Lincoln are looking for people who have experience of living with or recovering from skin or tissue damage who can share their experiences with their students. They are looking for a range of experiences; from skin ulcers, pressure sores or lymphedema. They hope that participants will share how these conditions can impact …

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Market Rasen Hub: December events

There are a number of events taking place at the Market Rasen Hub throughout December 2017. For full details please download the December 2017 event leaflet here.

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