Monthly Archives: January 2015

Suffolk Transformation Conference report published

January 28, 2015

A report has now been published, following the Suffolk Transformation Conference, held on 24th October 2014. This report provides an overview of the Suffolk Transformation Conference held on Friday 24th October 2014, organised by Suffolk Congress and Community Action Suffolk and sponsored by Suffolk County Council. It presents the emerging themes, recommendations and next steps

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Introduction to Youth Work (NOCN level 2) course now booking for March

January 27, 2015

(Understanding Youth Work Principles and Practice level 2 (QCF)) This interactive, practical course draws on real life scenarios to build confidence and youth work practice skills. The course is run over 4 evening sessions and includes a peer group tutorial and tasks based in the learners youth work setting. Learners will complete a workbook including

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Focus on families: ‘No man, woman or child is an island’

January 27, 2015

The old saying ‘No man is an island’ is true and women and children do not live in isolation either. These interactive, informative sessions will provide an opportunity to understand how a whole family approach to working is being created and delivered in Suffolk. How working in partnership and working to your strengths can improve

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Defra confirms investment in the ACRE Network

January 23, 2015

Defra (the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs) has today (22nd January 2015) confirmed that it will maintain its investment of £2.3m in the ACRE Network for 2015/16. Community Action Suffolk’s deputy chief executive, Chris Abraham, said, “This is good news for our organisation and the nationwide ACRE Network of rural community councils. We would

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“Fantastic” Funding Fair helps local groups identify sources of money

January 14, 2015

Today’s Community Action Suffolk funding fair (13th January 2015) at the Castle Hill Community Centre in Ipswich saw over 40 VCS attendees cross paths with 15 representatives from local authorities and funding bodies, to hear updates about available grants and get one-to-one advice on applying for funding. Speakers included the Big Lottery Fund, Suffolk Community

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