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Programme Manager (Cheshire and Merseyside) at VSNW

This is a unique and pivotal role in supporting the VCFSE sector in Cheshire and Merseyside. This role will manage and coordinate VSNW’s work in Cheshire and Merseyside. At the heart
of this are two projects: the VS6 Partnership’s Reaching Communities Project (Liverpool City Region) and NHS Cheshire and Merseyside’s VCFSE Transformation Programme. Both projects are of national significance. VS6 is a, if not the, leading VCFSE partnership in England at championing the sector’s role in an economic agenda.

Hours: 
35 hours per week
Salary: 
£38,296 - £41,496 per annum
Location: 
VSNW’s main office is in Manchester City Centre, however, VSNW are investing in a second office/office-based working arrangements in Cheshire and Merseyside
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The Big Active Conversation

5 June, 2023 - 10:00 to 16:30

If you want to be part of shaping the future of active travel in Greater Manchester, it’s your chance, as the Big Active Conversation continues in Tameside on Monday 5 June.

Six months on from Active Travel Commissioner, Dame Sarah Storey, unveiling a refreshed active travel mission for Greater Manchester, and taking place between the end of National Walking Month – in May – and the start of the 100th annual Bike Week, this session will provide an opportunity to reflect collectively on progress to date and how we can continue to work together to deliver.

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NHS Charities Together Community Partnership Grants Programme Greater Manchester

5 Apr 2023 - 08:24 by michelle.foster

Grants of £100,000 or more are available to projects which support the health and well-being of communities disproportionately affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

fundingIt is expected that the available funding of £1,247,490 will support a small number of large grants to focus on sustainable health outcomes, spread across the three programme themes: Mental Health, Tackling Health Inequalities and Hospital at Home.

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Government emergency alerts / public warning system

29 Mar 2023 - 13:43 by michelle.foster

You may be aware that the government are planning to send out an Emergency Alert test on the evening of 23 April 2023.

emergency alertEmergency Alerts is a UK government service that will warn you if there’s a danger to life nearby. In an emergency, mobile phones or tablets will receive an alert with advice about how to stay safe.

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Supporting residents with the cost of living training for partners

16 Mar 2023 - 14:40 by michelle.foster

Manchester Adult Education Service (MAES) are running training on how to support residents with the cost of living. Training sessions will run for 1 hour online. There is a fee of £200 for this training.

maes logoIf you work in the voluntary and community sector, or for a smaller organisation, MAES may be able to waive the fee as long as all participants complete a short course enrolment form and there are at least 8 participants.

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Manchester VCS Dementia Alliance Grant Programme

27 Feb 2023 - 09:47 by michelle.foster

Manchester City Council, working in partnership with the Manchester Dementia Steering Group, is seeking to establish a VCS Dementia Alliance. The Alliance will support development of the fundingManchester Dementia Strategy and explore new ways of delivering meaningful support to those living with dementia across Manchester’s communities.

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