LCR

  • VS6 Launches New Manifesto for Liverpool City Region's VCFSE Sector

    22 May 2024

     

    VS6 partners have officially released their most recent manifesto for the Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise (VCFSE) sector in the Liverpool City Region (LCR) for 2024-2028.

    The manifesto is arranged across the following 6 key themes:

    1. Policy – including climate change, cost of living, health inequalities, employment & skills, and equality, diversity & inclusion.

    2. Community Empowerment

    3. Commissioning & Contracts

    4. Measuring Impact

    5. VCFSE Investment

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  • LCR Manifesto survey

    18 April 2024

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    The VS6 Partnership is pleased to share the final draft of the Liverpool City Region VCFSE Manifesto for 2024-2028.

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  • Free VCFSE Workshop for LCR Local Nature Recovery Strategy

    28 February 2024

     

    As part of the ongoing work on the Local Nature Recovery Strategy within the Liverpool City Region, a workshop is being held at Mann Island on Mon, 18 Mar 2024 13:15 - 16:00 to discuss the diverse natural landscapes across the region.

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  • VCFSE LCR Metro Mayor Hustings 2024

    20 February 2024

     

    The VS6 Partnership are pleased to announce the upcoming VCFSE Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor Hustings 2024, an event that offers a unique opportunity for the Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise (VCFSE) sector to engage with the Metro Mayor candidates and gain insights into their perspectives on important VCFSE matters.

    The event will take place on Tuesday 26th March from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at Liverpool Cathedral.

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  • Bus Reform – Have Your Say About St Helens Public Transport

    20 February 2024

     

    In October the Metro Mayor announced the LCRCA would be taking back control of bus services across our area. They are now about to start the engagement on franchising the bus network across our region. St Helens will be the first area for this with the rest of Liverpool City Region to follow and become part of the scheme at the same time; however, bus service contracts and engagement will be rolled out across the region from 2025-2026.

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  • Free Webinars - Advertising Your Volunteering Opportunities Across The Liverpool City Region

    7 February 2024

     

    Recruiting volunteers from across the Liverpool City Region has never been easier.  Halton & St Helens VCA are working in partnership with our neighbouring CVS’s – connecting our Volunteering Portals together.  Organisations register once instead of up to 5 times to connect with potential volunteers across Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral. You can add in as many opportunities as you like recruiting for multiple locations too if your services cover two or more boroughs.

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  • Launch of Zero Waste Community Fund 2024/2025

    6 February 2024

    £165,000 fund launched to help community groups reduce, reuse and recycle

    A share of £165,000 is up for grabs to help community groups make the Liverpool City Region a cleaner and greener place.

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  • LCR Volunteering Hub

    23 January 2024

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    The VS6 Partnership are pleased to announce the launch of the Liverpool City Region Volunteering Hub website, the central place for all volunteering needs across the city region.

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  • UKSPF Community-Led Employment Support - Call For Projects

    16 November 2023

    LCR Combined Authority are looking for projects that can deliver community-led employment support for the Liverpool City Region, funded through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

    Minimum Award: £0.5m

    Maximum award: £1m

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  • Moving Buses Forward – Make Your Voice Heard On The Future Of Our Region’s Bus Services

    26 July 2023

     

    Buses are the backbone of our local transport network – half a million people across the Liverpool City Region, which includes Halton and St Helens, use the bus every day to travel to work, to school, to the doctors, to visit friends and family, or to have a day out.

    The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, which covers the six local authority areas of the city region, including Halton and St Helens, has new powers to improve bus services by taking greater public control of the network.

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