Monthly Archives: March 2015

Developing an Integrated Health and Care Early Adopter Site in Ipswich (IP3/4 area)

March 24, 2015

Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (IESCCG), Adult & Community Services (ACS) and Children & Young People’s Services (CYP), Suffolk County Council, would like to invite you to participate in a workshop to develop the first ‘Early adopter site’ in Ipswich. This is an opportunity for front-line operational team members, and voluntary & community

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Developing the Joint Commissioning Strategy for People with Learning Disabilities

March 24, 2015

(Message from Suffolk County Council) Suffolk County Council and the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are in the process of developing the Joint Commissioning Strategy for People with Learning Disabilities. The strategy is to ensure that communities and services offer the right support, in the right place at the right time to people with learning disabilities and their

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Better Broadband for Suffolk and its communities

March 19, 2015

Community Action Suffolk has for some time now been on the Better Broadband Suffolk Partnership Board, which Suffolk County Council set up at the start of the Better Broadband for Suffolk programme, to improve engagement with the variety of communities across Suffolk. Alongside other key partners such as the business community, police, Suffolk Association with

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3 reasons why you shouldn’t miss the Village Halls Conference 2015

March 18, 2015

This is an important conference for anyone who is involved with a community building whether it is a Village Hall, Community Centre, Scout Hut, Bowls Club or Sports Pavilion. Here are 3 things we don’t think you should miss! First hand experience about Big Lottery funding Find out more about the Big Lottery Reaching Communities

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Volunteering network meetings bringing communities together

March 13, 2015

Following on from industrious Volunteering Network meetings in Bury St. Edmunds and Sudbury, a further meeting of voluntary and community sector groups in March was organised in Newmarket to explore “What Makes A Good Volunteer Role Description?” Facilitated by our local Volunteering Field Officer, Glenn Hubbard, the meeting started with group introductions, an update and discussion

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Blog: Apprenticeships – developing the future workforce

March 11, 2015

by Rachael Warner Youth Advocate – Talent Match I’ve been out and about networking this week, attending the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast on 10th March and will be at another on 12th March at Momentum Café, being run by the Job Centre. Both are promoting apprenticeships and working to encourage employers to explore apprenticeships more to build

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