CREW Heart Support Group have just updated their longer winter walks programme, starting from various places in the Calder Valley and beyond.
The Prince’s Trust, NHS and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust are running a 4 week course on getting into Business Administration or Clinical Support for 16-25 year olds not in education, employment or training. The training is Monday 6 November – Friday 1 December in Leeds but there is a taster session on Tuesday 10 October also in Leeds.
Boost your confidence and employability skills whilst on work experience and at the end of the programme, you’ll also have the chance to benefit from the support of one our mentors for up to 6 months to help you uncover your next steps.
- Boost employability skills
- Doesn’t affect your benefits and travel will be covered
- Opportunities to work in the NHS!
- Potential to gain training in various Healthcare skills
- Improve your interview skills and CV
To register your interest and for more information, contact Hannah Beswick on 07436 582316, Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Text ‘[Your Name]’ and ‘NHS’ to 07436 582316.
You can also visit www.princes-trust.org.uk and complete a short online enquiry form.
As summer draws to a close, the evenings grow darker and there will be a cold chill in the air. Now is a good time to make sure your home is as energy efficient as possible.
Just a couple of things you could do are:
- Check your windows and external doors for draughts – USwitch advises you could save up to £50 or 10% on your annual heating bill by draught proofing alone.
- Move furniture away from radiators to allow heat to circulate and make sure radiators are not covered by long, heavy curtains.
For more Energy Saving tips like this be sure to join up below and why not take our quiz to find out just how energy efficient you are and how much money you could save with simple changes around your home! …The result may surprise you!!
CREW Heart Support Group have just updated their shorter winter walks programme, suitable for all levels and starting from Illingworth Moor Methodist Church, Sowerby Bridge Medical Centre, Beechwood Medical Centre and more.
There is no typical victim of slavery – victims can be men, women and children of all ages and cut across the population. But it is normally more prevalent amongst the most vulnerable, minority or socially excluded groups Modern slavery has been getting increasingly more attention both from the mainstream media and the government, which culminated with passing the Modern Slavery Act in 2015.
Types of modern day slavery include:
HUMAN TRAFFICKING, CHILD TRAFFICKING, DEBT BONDAGE, FORCED LABOUR, SEXUAL EXPLOITATION, CRIMINAL EXPLOITATION, DOMESTIC SERVITUDE
Human Trafficking could be taking place in Calderdale and you could help to tackle it. Hope For Justice will be running free training sessions for people working in Calderdale, typically those who work on the frontline and with the public.
Come and take part in a fun and creative workshop at Bankfield Museum. The Saturday Art Club is for children aged 8-14 years old. We explore a variety of arts and crafts activities using the gallery exhibitions and museum collections for inspiration.
Workshops costs £5.00. To book a place please contact Jeffrey on 01422 352334 or email email@example.com
Make sure you put Wednesday 2 August 2017 in your diary. That’s the launch date for the Memory Lane Cafe at the Maurice Jagger Centre, Lister Street, Winding Road Halifax.
The cafe will be open on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month 2pm to 4pm and for £2 there are refreshments as well as crafts and activities, music and games and just general conversation. Sometimes you just want a brew and something to do.
For further information contact June on 01422 706373 or 07920 549131 or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
A copy of the poster to display in your premises can be downloaded from Memory Lane Cafe Halifax 2017.
This dementia-friendly Memory Lane Cafe will be held this year on:
August 2 and 16
September 6 and 20
October 4 and 18
November 1 and 15 and December 6