Category: Community News

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COPD/ Lung Disease patients sought for University study sessions

The University of Lincoln are always looking at ways that service users can be involved in sharing their real life stories to enhance the student learning experience. This participation activity is something that is done in a variety of ways across the School of Health and Social Care. As part of the Paramedic Study programme …

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CASE/ Involving Lincs – Social Enterprise and Investment Workshop – June 28

Are you a voluntary & community sector organisation based in Lincolnshire?Do you want to increase trading income to be more sustainable?Do you want to find out more about the support and funding available? Co-operative and Social Enterprise Development Agency (CASE) is working in partnership with Involving Lincs to bring you a workshop that will provide …

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Acis Group Community Hero awards

The Acis Group is hosting an awards ceremony this October to recognise the real everyday heroes within the communities they work in. the Winners will receive awards and prizes.

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Developmentplus Summer Fair 6 July

Developmentplus is hosting a summer fair, rain or shine, at the queens park community hub where there will be games, stalls and a BBQ. Feel free to come join on Saturday July 6, 10am – 3pm at the Queens park community hub in South park, Lincoln.

Build your GDPR confidence

GDPR & Privacy Impact Assessment Training CourseThursday June 27 2019, 9.30- 4.30 pmAbbey Access Training, Arboretum Lodge/Monks Rd, Lincoln LN2 5HU Still not wholly confident with Data Protection, GDPR and Privacy? This course will get you to where you need to be whether you have no operational policy or would like to review and improve …

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Intensive Level 2 courses in Maths and English with Clip Learning

Information on the Intesive level 2 course

Clip is offering Intensive level 2 courses in Maths and English designed to help people brush up for GCSE or help with access to higher education. These courses will be free for people aged 19+ without GCSE grade C/4 and will be over the course of 6 weeks 09:30 – 15:00 English will begin on the …

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University of Lincoln Migrant and Ethnic business support network meeting – June 28

The University of Lincoln is developing a support network for ethnic minority and migrant business owners who operate commercial or social businesses in Lincolnshire The first network meeting will be held on Friday 28 June from 1:30pm at the Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln, LN1 7TS. For more information or if …

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‘Let’s talk mental health’ event with Carers First – June 12

In partnership with LPFT NHS, Carers First are inviting carers, services and businesses in the county to come together to celebrate the vital contribution made by carers in Lincolnshire with a focus on Mental Health issues and the stigma associated with mental health at a ‘Lets Talk Mental Health Event’. The event will be held …

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Minutes from the West Lindsey Voluntary Sector Forum 05.06.19

Thanks to everyone who was able to join the West Lindsey team at the recent Voluntary Sector Forum in Gainsborough.

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Social Value UK and Rose Regeneration Roadshows

Social Value UK and Rose Regeneration will be hosting one of a series of roadshows as part of the Inspiring Impact Programme. Find out more about Inspiring Impact here. The Roadshow will be made up of three parts: Social Value Roadshow – The roadshow will give an overview of the wider international and national contexts, as well as the …

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