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Halton Adult Learning

Halton Adult Learning are currently enrolling for the CACHE L1 Certificate in Caring for Children and CACHE L2 Supporting Teaching and Learning courses.  These courses are perfect for anyone wanting to work with children or young people in an education setting...

Final Recommendations For Future Electoral Arrangements For St Helens Borough Council

Local Government Boundary Commission for England have published their final recommendations for future electoral arrangements for St Helens Borough Council. They are proposing that St Helens Borough Council should have 48 councillors. Those councillors should represent 13 three-councillor wards, four two-councillor wards and one one councillor ward, across the borough. They are also proposing that the boundaries of most wards should change, and the number of wards to be increased from 16 to 18...

2022 GSK IMPACT Awards and New GSK Grow Programme - Now Open for applications

Charities are facing significant challenges as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic while continuing to provide vital services to keep people healthy and connected. This year, more than ever, GSK and The King’s Fund are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2022 GSK IMPACT Awards. This is also the 25th anniversary of the awards, and to mark this milestone they have increased their funding and launched the new GSK Grow Programme, which will support smaller charities...

NHS St Helens CCG TALKFEST Engagement Sessions

NHS St Helens CCG is pleased to announce that their TALKFEST engagement sessions are back beginning w/c 26th July 2021. This year due to COVID-19 restrictions, the TALKFEST events will take place virtually using Microsoft Teams and they have also set up a freephone telephone number so that anyone who isn’t able to use Microsoft Teams is able to dial in and listen. They will be holding two events, a morning and an evening session, to enable as many people as possible to join...

ESF Community Grants Focused Futures

The ESF Community Grants Focused Futures round seeks applications from a wide range of voluntary organisations who are ready to reach out by using approaches which tackle the new and emerging barriers arising from the impact of COVID 19, working both remotely and within social distancing requirements, once restrictions are eased. Small grants of up to £20,000 are available across the Liverpool City Region to eligible organisations in the VCSE sector... 

Funding Bulletins from Halton Borough Council – July

Our colleagues from Halton Borough Council’s External Funding Team have prepared some Funding Bulletins containing valuable information for voluntary organisations looking for grants to get projects off the ground. The Monthly funding bulletins offering information on funding opportunities in Arts, Community & Voluntary, Environment & Heritage, European, Faith, Health, Schools, Sports and Youth...

Senior Trauma Informed Therapist (Prisons)

Survivors Manchester is currently looking for someone that has the passion and abilities to help the delivery of trauma-informed therapy in a prison setting. You will be a qualified counsellor / psychotherapist who holds at least a Diploma in Counselling / Psychotherapy or equivalent and be registered with BACP or equivalent (preferably an accredited member). You will preferably have several years’ experience as a therapist and have had some managerial responsibility. You will lead peer-mentoring support to trauma-informed therapists, lead accurate clinical record keeping, support the Clinical lead to ensure staff are observing processes and protocols as well as hold your own therapeutic caseload...

Activities for Children / Young People and Families

Deafness Resource Centre are running a number of activities for children / young people and families in Halton...

VCA Membership

 Halton and St Helens VCA are pleased to welcome our new and re-registered affiliated, non-affiliated and associate members.  We all look forward to working with you. If you'd like to find out about your membership status, click on the link below which will take you to our current list of Affiliated and Associate members, or contact Lynne Daffern (ldaffern@haltonsthelensvca.org.uk) or Debbie Morris (dmorris@haltonsthelensvca.org.uk) for more information




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