Now is the time for a conversation about how The National Lottery Community Fund can best support UK communities to prosper…
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Support Cambs sit on a number of regional and national meetings (as well as some local ones) that are looking at responding…
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As we move into 2022, the past two years have hugely impacted our voluntary and community sectors.
In the past,…
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Join a focus group and help Cambridgeshire County Council design new homes for life for people with health and care needs.
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We received the below information regarding some events happening around Planning Events on the new Cambridgeshire and Peterborough…
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On the 28th of September, the Health and Wellbeing Network met to discuss the new changes and developments around the new…
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As set out in the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, the Police and Crime Commissioner, Darryl Preston, must…
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Did you know @CambsPboroICS host a staff support hub offering a range of services for staff & volunteers from vol sector organisations working in Care & Health. The Support Line is open 11am - 7pm Mon - Fri & provides free, confidential, listening support. https://bit.ly/3vRjbli
Does anyone in your team know how to make a barring referral? Vital if you work with children and adults at risk of abuse. Join our free online training - How should organisations make a barring referral. Weds 17 August 1pm - 3pm.
Details & booking: https://bit.ly/3yQ4Mqm
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