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Canvassing volunteers

Published date: 
Thursday, 20th September 2018
Tameside Council

Do you want to raise some funds for your community organisation, faith group, or charity? Do you have volunteers who would be able to help people fill in a simple form so that they are eligible to vote?

Tameside Democratic Services are looking for community organisations, faith groups and charities who can provide volunteers.

What do you have to do:

Partnership Engagement Network Conference Report

Published date: 
Wednesday, 19th September 2018
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care

Would you like to hear about and contribute to the development of local services in Tameside and Glossop?

Tameside Council, Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group and Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust are committed to working in partnership with the public, stakeholders, partners and organisations in the voluntary, community and faith sectors.

Ensuring that the public voice and opinion is at the heart of the public sector is key to designing approaches and strategies that meet the needs of our communities.

Future Leaders applications are open

Published date: 
Tuesday, 18th September 2018
Future leaders

Global Grooves, based in Tameside, is offering future leaders: arts apprenticeships in music, dance, and visual arts (deadline to apply is 30 Sept 2018) residential programme running between October 2018 and April 2019, in which accommodation, travel costs, course costs, and food are covered by our project funding. 

Global Grooves is about to launch the third year of this fantastic programme and is looking to offer the opportunity to a new cohort of 40 young artists, aged between 12 and 25, whose passions lie in the arts (music, dance, or visual arts).

Droylsden Lively Minds Club - Peak District folktales

Published date: 
Tuesday, 18th September 2018
Droylsden Lively Minds Club

The next Droylsden Lively Minds Club event will be taking place on Wednesday 3 October, 10am – 11.30am, at Droylsden Library. The event will be welcoming storyteller and author Mark Henderson who will be telling some of his favourite Peak District folktales. Mark is a published author and is well-known locally. For info, Mark has not charged the committee for the event but he will be selling his book Folktales of the Peak District.

Motherhood and Earlier Years

Published date: 
Tuesday, 18th September 2018
Live Well Make Art

On Friday 19 October, 10am – 3pm, at Gallery Oldham, Live Well Make Art (LWMA) will be holding the third part of a programme funded through Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s Great Places initiative. It will explore ways in which the arts can help mothers, early years children and families. The event will be introduced by Dr. Carolyn Wilkins (Chief Executive, Oldham Council) and Clive Parkinson (Director of Arts for Health at Manchester Metropolitan University; the UK’s longest established arts and health unit).

This is an opportunity to:

Caring and Sharing need storage

Published date: 
Tuesday, 18th September 2018
Caring & Sharing

Local community group, Caring & Sharing is dedicated to serving our community. The group does this in two ways, it feeds low income families for free each Tuesday and provides school uniforms (free) to those who cannot provide it for themselves. 

The group has been  successful and now needs to find a room for storage to allow it to continue and grow. 

The group needs a storage facility that meets the following criteria: 

Consultation on the Draft Statement of Community Involvement

Published date: 
Tuesday, 18th September 2018
Oldham Council

Oldham Council is preparing a new Local Plan for the borough. This will replace the existing Local Plan (the ‘Joint Core Strategy and Development Management Development Plan Document’), which was adopted November 2011.

The Local Plan will help to guide and manage future growth and development to meet the needs of Oldham and its population.

One of the documents that needs to be prepared to support the Local Plan is the Statement of Community Involvement (SCI).

What is the Statement of Community Involvement?

Tommy Tomorrow - Outdoor exhibition and living history

Published date: 
Tuesday, 18th September 2018
Tommy Tomorrow

Due to the success of last years’ '1917-2017 Passchendaele - Haughton Green Remembers', Eventfull Community Team is planning an outdoor event for all ages to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One - 'TOMMY TOMORROW'.

It takes place on Haughton Green’s village green, The Tommy Todd (M34 7PW) from Friday 5 October - Monday 8 October.

Free Connect 5 Training

Published date: 
Monday, 17th September 2018
TOG Mind

Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind has been successful in drawing down some funds to deliver Connect 5 Training for free to those staff and volunteers working in Health and Social Care across Oldham. Connect 5 is a mental health and wellbeing training created and developed by Royal Society of Public Health to allow front line staff to support people at a life skills level. The model is based on evidence based techniques and research and delivered over 2.5 days.

Day 1 – Is a half day training around having a wellbeing conversation