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View Layout: Newsletter 155 Newsletter 7 May 2018

Date: 23 Apr 2018     

News: Launch of Self Care Grants

The Bureau, in partnership with High Peak CVS, is administering a grant scheme on behalf of Tameside and Glossop Care Together, looking to fund activities that bring communities together, help people look after their own health, and help people live independently for as long as possible.

We specifically want to fund activities that will reduce demand on statutory health and social care services.

The grant is designed to support projects that reduce dependency on social care and health services such as GPs, A and E and in-patient settings. 

This means that the funding can be used to help create new self-care services such as peer support, social connections and physical activities where there is a local gap; or build the capacity of existing self-care services experiencing high levels of demand from health services, social care or the new Community Navigation service run by The Bureau 

The deadline for Round 2 is Wednesday 20 June at 4pm.

To find out more about the grants and how to apply you could also attend one of our information workshops on: Tuesday 15 May 2pm 3.30pm or 6pm-7.30pm. If you would like to book a place please email: Rebecca@the-bureau.org.uk

Alternatively, if you are ready to apply and want some advice on how to present your activities in the best possible way please contact Liz Fletcher at High Peak CVS: lizsgp@highpeakcvs.org.uk telephone 01663 736426

full information at the-bureau.org.uk/our-services/self-care-grants/

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News: Summary of How GDPR Works

Paul Ticher, a well-known independent consultant specialising in data protection, has summarised how GDPR works..

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News: Buxton Soroptimists Sponsor Town Trail

Buxton Soroptimists have made plans for the May Fair, when they will sell plants, and also for the Buxton garden trail.

The Trail consists of over 20 gardens which will be open to the public. Costing £5 for a map, the Trail covers two days. Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th June 10.0am to 5.0pm on each day.

Funds raised will support Blythe House Hospice, Dementia Care and Befriending Group.

The maps may be purchased at Poole's Cavern Visitor Centre, the Green Man Gallery and the Information Centre at the Pavilion gardens. To find out more call 07968 004543 or visit the website www.buxtongardentrail.co.uk

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News: Sheep to Craft Courses

Artist Carol Wilsonteaches a range of craft techniques using Peak District fleece.

Needle Felting - Saturday 19 May - Learn how to embellish and sculpt with  wool. Create flowers, an animal or whatever your imagination lets you!

Dye to Drop Spindle - Saturday 23 June - Card Peak District wool with hand carders and drum carders, and learn how to dye carded and uncarded wool.

Sunday 24 June - Spin hand dyed wool using a drop spindle. Create some experimental yarns. Take home a skein of wool and a drop spindle.

All workshops take place at High Lea Hall, New Mills, and run from 10am-4pm.

Courses cost £65 per day (price includes refreshments, lunch and all materials.) Discounts available if you book 3 days or more.

10% discount on course prices for Friends of High Peak Community Arts.

For more information, visit www.highpeakarts.org or email Caroline on caroline@highpeakarts.org.

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News: Art for Wellbeing Course in Buxton

Available for anyone experiencing mental health difficulties or psychological distress.

Free 6 week course, Tuesdays 10-12pm on 5, 12, 19, 26 June, 3, 10 July 2018

At amber Trust, 1a Hardwick Mount, Buxton.

Tel: 01298 214379 or email tracy.litchfield@ambertrust.co.uk to book your place

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News: First Steps Vacancies

First Steps are recruiting a Young Person's Coordinator, Young Person's Support Worker and some Bank Workers.

The closing date for these vacancies is on Tuesday 8 May at 5pm.

www.firststepsed.co.uk/vacancies

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Job: Children and Young Peoples Counsellor

Organisation: Blythe House Hospice

Salary: AfC Band 5: 22,128 - 28,746 fte / 8,851 - 11,498 Actual

Blythe House Hospice is looking to recruit an experienced part-time BACP or UKCP counsellor to provide counselling to children and young people who are bereaved or living with a parent/carer with a life-limiting illness.  The successful candidate will join an established enthusiastic team working to meet the growing demand for advice, information and emotional counselling support for this vulnerable group.

The post involves 1:1 client work and group work and will be for a fixed term 1 year contract, funded by Blythe House Hospice.

Essential:

  • BACP or UKCP Registration
  • Professional qualification in Counselling, Psychotherapy or Play Therapy
  • A minimum of two years post-qualification experience in working with children and young adults
  • 15 hours to be worked over 2 days with flexibility for early evening/occasional weekend work

Closing date: Wednesday 16 May 2018
Interviews: Wednesday 23 May 2018

Email: anne.hibbs@blythehouse.co.uk for an application pack or ring 01298 816998

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