Maldon and District Community Voluntary Service, Tel: 01621 851891, follow us on Facebook and Twitter - MaldonCVS Email: [email protected] Web: Registered charity no 1086460, company limited by guarantee no 4170241 23 February 2022 Park Opportunities Expressions of Interest Job Opportunity with Action for Family Carers The Maldon Society Talks Update Dementia Adventure Training Grants for Bereavement Support Carers Respite Support and Development Fund Inclusive User Involvement Report Free Essential Goods for Beneficiaries Follow us on Facebook or Twitter to stay up to date with news for the sector / Park Opportunities Expressions of Interest Maldon District Council is inviting companies and organisations to come forward with new activities, events and concession ideas for its parks and open spaces – including Promenade Park, Riverside Park in Burnham-onCrouch, Oak Tree Meadow in Maldon and Elms Farm Park in Heybridge. A wide range of possibilities will be considered, including activities for children, al-fresco eating and drinking, and proposals to improve the health and wellbeing of adults, including older people. Applications are particularly welcome for events to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee weekend, sustainable/carbon neutral ideas, and concessions that will provide employment for people in the Maldon District. To read the full terms and conditions and apply for park opportunities or for further information and questions email [email protected] The deadline for applications is Sunday 6 March 2022. ^top Job Opportunity with Action for Family Carers Action for Family Carers (AFFC) are a Maldon based charity that support carers across Essex. They are seeking a new part time (25 hours per week) Communication and Engagement Officer. The role involves using a range of media channels, including social media, to ensure that people hear about the work AFFC does in supporting carers and keeping carers of all ages aware of their services. The salary is £22,725 pro rata. To apply submit your CV and supporting statement to [email protected] by midday on 25th February 2022. For an informal conversation about the role please contact James Clarke on 01621 851 734. ^top The Maldon Society Talks Update The Maldon Society, founded in 1957, aims to promote and preserve the historical heritage of the town and the surrounding area by encouraging civic pride and promoting co-operation with other organisations. The Society holds monthly talks on local matters of interest and has the following monthly talks organised in the Cygnet Room, behind the Swan Hotel, 73 High Street, Maldon, CM9 5EP.  Thursday 3 March: John Frankland from South Woodham Ferrers History Society - ‘100 years of motor racing in Essex’.  Thursday 7 April: Tim Howson, Maldon’s Conservation Officer - ‘Behind the facade of Maldon’s Medieval High Street’  Thursday 5 May: Charlotte, Royal connections of Warner & Sons, Braintree’s luxury textile manufacturer Admission is free to members, with visitors requested to make a donation. To register your place at the monthly talks please [email protected] or telephone Dorreen on 01621 853428 email ^top Dementia Adventure Training Dementia Adventure, an Essex based national charity, enables people living with dementia to get outdoors and connect with nature, themselves and their community, and retain a sense of adventure in their lives. They offer a range of training and support opportunities for family carers and organisations which draws on our lived experience and the voice of people living with dementia. Their new FREE training - Understanding Dementia Better - offers friends and family members supporting someone with dementia at home the opportunity to ask questions, meet others in a similar situation and learn practical tips. They also offer bespoke training to professionals who work with people living with dementia. They offer a FREE 30 minute consultation to explore your workforce’s requirements. ^top Grants for Bereavement Support As part of the on-going response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Essex County Council is inviting local community and voluntary sector organisations to submit applications to support people to deal with grief and bereavement. The total grant funding available is £400,000 with £100,000 available per quadrant to deliver support. The Mid Essex quadrant covers Braintree, Chelmsford and Maldon Distri

docDoc EBulletin-23-02-22

Practical Docs > Common > Other > Preview
6 Pages 0 Downloads 51 Views 3.0 Score
Tips: Current document can only be previewed at most page3,If the total number of pages in the document exceeds page 3,please download the document。
Uploaded by admin on 2022-04-26 01:40:59
You can enter 255 characters
What is my domain?( )
  • No comments yet