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West Lindsey Voluntary Sector Forum & Involving Volunteers workshop

A morning peer learning workshop (9:30- 12 Noon) – Following on from World Mental Health Day, on 10th October, our morning peer learning workshop will be on the topic of ‘Volunteers with Extra Support Needs’. This will precede the afternoon Forum event. Fees apply for this session. The afternoon Forum will run from 12:30 – …

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Adult Care & Community Development Grant- Opening soon

Adult Care Fund poster

Welcome to the first Lincolnshire County Council Adult Care & Community Wellbeing Grant Funding programme. Lincolnshire CVS and Voluntary Centre Services are jointly administering this grant on behalf of the  Adult Care team. The funding is intended to inspire building capacity within communities.

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New £42,500 Funding development pot available for community and social groups.

A new £42,500 funding pot is available to community groups and charities based across Lincolnshire. The Adult Care and Community Wellbeing Development Fund, released by Lincolnshire County Council’s Adult Care Team and administered by Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service (LCVS) and Voluntary Centre Services (VCS), is intended to help build capacity within social and community …

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West Lindsey Voluntary Sector Forum & Morning Peer Learning Session

The next West Lindsey Voluntary Sector Forum takes place on Friday 29th June at Gainsborough Uphills Community Centre and we’d love to see you there. Once again we have scheduled an optional morning workshop. 10:30am-12:30pm Dealing with Difficult Volunteer Situations (Fees Apply) With the best will in the world, things do go wrong. This session …

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Advice Service comes to Willingham By Stow

It has been two years since Citizens Advice Lindsey launched its Rural Advice Service with funding from the Big Lottery Fund, Reaching Communities offering Generalist and Specialist Advice to rural communities throughout West Lindsey. With drop-in sessions on offer at Binbrook, Caistor, Hemswell Cliff, Market Rasen, Saxilby, Scotter, Welton and Wragby, Citizens Advice Lindsey have …

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Volunteering: Bransby Horses

Are you friendly, approachable and outgoing? Could you get involved and represent Bransby Horses at external events? Please contact: volunteer@bransbyhorses.co.uk.

West Lindsey Voluntary Sector Forum & Morning Peer Learning Session

The morning peer learning workshop (10am – 12 Noon) will be on Volunteer Management: ‘Getting started with Involving Volunteers’. Fees apply for this session.  The afternoon Forum will run from 12:30 – 14:30 and will include a networking lunch followed by presentation sessions. The Forum is a free event. 

Rural Advice Service comes to Wragby

It has been two years since Citizens Advice Lindsey launched its Rural Advice Service with funding from the Big Lottery Fund, Reaching Communities offering Generalist and Specialist Advice to rural communities throughout West Lindsey. With drop-in sessions on offer at Binbrook, Caistor, Hemswell Cliff, Market Rasen, Saxilby, Scotter and Welton, Citizens Advice Lindsey have advised …

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Rural Advice Service comes to Scotter!

It has been almost two years since Citizens Advice West Lindsey launched its Rural Advice Service with funding from the Big Lottery Fund, Reaching Communities offering Generalist and Specialist Advice to rural communities throughout West Lindsey. With drop-in sessions on offer at Binbrook, Caistor, Hemswell Cliff, Market Rasen, Saxilby and Welton, Citizens Advice West Lindsey …

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Ready for the changes to Data Protection?

The law relating to protecting people’s personal information is changing and all organisations need to be ready.  The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force in the UK in May, requiring all organisations that handle personal data (information that identifies living individuals) to make some changes to ensure they understand and communicate …

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