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Father Christmas at Saddleworth Museum

Published date: 
Tuesday, 13th November 2018
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Santa’s Grotto & Victorian Crafts

Saturday 8 December 1-4pm

Book your place at the museum and join our festive activities:

Meet Father Christmas in the museum
Make a paper bauble
Make a Victorian scented pomander

£5 per child payable by parent/carer at time of booking

Every child receives a gift

Usual admission prices apply for accompanying adults who wish to extend their visit around the museum.   Tel: 01457 874093

Variety of FREE courses available to community groups

Published date: 
Tuesday, 13th November 2018
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Oldham Lifelong Learning ar offering Free taster sessions available for community/voluntary groups to engage learners followed by a 3 to 5 week themed course. These can be flexible to meet the needs of groups of learners and a minimum of 10 enrolments is required to run any course. Advice and guidance is provided to learners regarding progression routes to help them achieve their goals.

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Voluntary Sector Training Needs Analysis

Published date: 
Friday, 9th November 2018
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Action Together are carrying out a training needs analysis with organisations across Oldham and Tameside to get a better understanding of their  training needs.

We would appreciate any feedback you can give us on the training needs of your organisation and any gaps you have identified through running your activities and service delivery.

Crisis Care Pathway

Published date: 
Friday, 9th November 2018
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Tender Opportunity - Greater Manchester CYP Safe Zones

Your chance to be part of an innovative, well resourced crisis care system for children and young people across Greater Manchester.

Emmaus Mossley to host Vintage Christmas Market event

Published date: 
Tuesday, 6th November 2018
Emmaus Mossley vintage Christmas

Homelessness charity, Emmaus Mossley, is inviting supporters to a Vintage Christmas Market at their Secondhand Superstore this November.

The Vintage Christmas Market event, taking place on Saturday 17 November, will launch Emmaus’ Christmas display and include a range of festive stalls for all tastes and budgets. Available at the event will be a wide selection of vintage and retro decorations, secret Santa gifts, presents for under a fiver and lots of reusable Christmas trees.

Gary, one of the people who lives and works at Emmaus Mossley, said:

Solihull Online

Published date: 
Monday, 5th November 2018
free online courses

Tameside Council has invested in three award winning, quality marked, online courses by the Solihull Approach (a national NHS organisation for parenting approaches).

These courses are for all parents-to-be, parents, grandparents or carers of any child from the antenatal period to age 18 years. This course is relevant to parents of all children, including those with special needs, autism, ADHD etc.

These courses are normally £19-£39 per person, but are free with the access codes below to all residents of Tameside.

Have your say – Greater Manchester’s Plans for Good Employment, Jobs and Growth

Published date: 
Monday, 5th November 2018
Good employment charter

The Greater Manchester Combined Authority is currently developing a Good Employment Charter, which aims to help employers reach excellent employment standards. It believes this is win-win for employers and employees, as employers who are best at engaging and supporting their teams are most successful. 

Health and Social Inequality across Oldham, Bury, Tameside and Rochdale

Published date: 
Monday, 5th November 2018
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You're invited to 'Addressing Health and Social Inequality across Oldham, Bury, Tameside and Rochdale' on Wednesday 28 November 2018, from 12:30pm – 4pm, at Werneth Conference Suite, Oldham and will be opened by the Lord Mayor of Oldham, Javid Iqbal.

Open to organisations across all sectors working in the Oldham, Rochdale, Bury and Tameside areas.

Equalities co-ordinator Audrey Okyere-Fosu of BHA for Equality explains: