Monthly Archives: February 2017

Video: Charles’ Talent Match story

February 21, 2017

Talent Match helps those aged 18 to 24, who live in Ipswich or Waveney and have been out of work for over 12 months. Talent Match is a free service for motivated young people which is completely voluntary to attend. We believe that everyone should be encouraged to pursue their dreams and aspirations. If you want

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Fuel Poverty Awareness Day (17 February)

February 17, 2017

Community Action Suffolk (CAS) supports today’s Fuel Poverty Awareness Day (17 February 2017). This marks the end of National Energy Action’s Warmer Homes Campaign, highlighting that around four million UK households are still unable to access equal life chances because they live in a cold, damp home. In Suffolk it is estimated that 1 in

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Ready, steady, cook! New community training kitchen opens in Lowestoft

February 10, 2017

Organisations looking to teach people to cook now have access to a brand new facility following the opening of the community training kitchen at the Kirkley Centre, Lowestoft. Community Action Suffolk’s Kirkley Centre held an open day yesterday (9 February 2017), to celebrate the local community and launch a new hot desk facility, as well

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A Scout group, cricket club and church in Haverhill are among grant recipients

February 6, 2017

(Source: East Anglian Daily Times by Mariam Ghaemi) Community groups in Haverhill receive more than £21,000 in grant money between them. Seven community groups in Haverhill are celebrating after being awarded more than £21,000. The organisations and projects to benefit from the ONE Haverhill Partnership grants include the 1st Haverhill Scout Group, the town’s Befriending

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