A partnership between Voluntary Centre Services (VCS), Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service (LCVS), and Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) has designed and is delivering the Funding Ready training programme focused on improving funding success for Lincolnshire’s voluntary sector organisations. Our Funding
The Lincolnshire Voluntary Engagement Team (VET) have sent out a Update for February 2021. It is available as a PDF below.
HWLincs are currently recruiting members for the NHS Lincolnshire Citizens’ Panel. Their aim is to create as representative a group as possible to make sure the needs of everyone in Lincolnshire are met by the NHS in upcoming planning. They are
There are now less than 6 months to apply and EU, EEA and Swiss Citizens will lose their rights to live, work, access the NHS, if they don’t apply by the 30 June 2021. If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss
Lincolnshire County Council would like to thank everyone who filled in a County Views survey last year. They had well over 200 responses to the last survey and lots more people signed up to join the panel. There’s still time
Thank you to everyone that attended our West Lindsey voluntary sector forum, we had a lot of great speakers and you can watch the recording below.
Lincolnshire’s resilience forum briefing – Expansion of Asymptomatic Testing The government announcement over the weekend expands the current offer in Lincolnshire to include the wider workforce who cannot work from home. For organisations who cannot work from home they can
Bishop Grosseteste University are asking for people to take part in their adult literacy in greater Lincolnshire research project. This is an exploratory research project aimed at understanding the adult literacy landscape in greater Lincolnshire. It aims to broadly explore
Due to the national lockdowns, BG Futures Business and Enterprise Centre, Bishop Grosseteste University’s (BGUs) on-site commercial office facility, is currently vacant of tenants. This has given them the opportunity to re-launch the centre and diversify their offer in terms
The Safer Living Foundation was established as a Charity in 2014. It is a joint venture between HMP Whatton and Nottingham Trent University, the National Probation Service and Nottinghamshire Police. The aim of the Charity is to prevent further victims
The Disability Unit at the Cabinet Office is developing a National Strategy for Disabled People. Publication is planned for Spring 2021. To help the government with understanding the barriers that disabled people face and what it may need to focus