Volunteers Week training events - 19/05/2017
CCVS are running a series of events and training sessions in Volunteers Week in partnership with the Cambridge Hub and the City Council
Brand new website to help you find funding - 12/05/2017
Support Cambridgeshire has just invested in a new initiative called SupportCambridgeshire 4 Communities. Support Cambridgeshire 4 Communities is a self-service funding portal which any community organisation, charity or Town or Parish Council can access free of charge.
Cambridgeshire ACRE have produced a new directory of services that may be useful for town and parish councils.
How healthy is your town? - 21/04/2017
If you’re in the mood for some data, take a look at these new profiles that Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Public Health Intelligence have made for each of the major towns in Cambridgeshire:
Our colleague’s at Cambridgeshire #Hope not Hate# have shared the responses from questions that they put to all of the Cambridgeshire Mayoral Candidates for the local government & Mayoral elections on Thursday May 4th 2017.
Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership is hosting a VCSE FORUM event on Monday 24th April 2017. The event will include presentations from Gerard Smith from Highways England, who will be talking about some of the opportunities offered by the A14 upgrade works, and the latest organisations that have benefited from LEP Prize Challenge funding: Reuseful UK, The Ferry Project and Ramsey Neighbourhood Trust. Members of GCGP staff will also be providing an update on Skills an
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG has today launched a consultation on proposals to stop routinely commissioning any specialist fertility services other than for two specified exceptions. The proposals in this consultation will affect patients registered at a GP practice in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG’s area.
The City Council are consulting on the future of community centres in Cambridge. If you or your group use them give your views.
The Prince's Trust Macquarie Youth Index for 2017 - 16/01/2017
The 2017 Macquarie Youth Index reveals that young people's happiness and wellbeing are at their lowest levels since the study was first commissioned in 2009. Based on a YouGov survey, the report takes an in-depth look into the views and outlooks of young people aged 16 to 25.
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