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Planning for the end of life - A guide from Independent Age

Planning for the end of life - Thinking ahead now for peace of mind later

Thinking about the end of your life can be difficult and emotional. However, taking some time to plan ahead and consider your wishes can make things less stressful for you and your family and friends when the time comes.

This guide is designed to help you plan, whether you know you have a life-limiting illness or are simply planning for the future.

What future our NHS? Public meeting

What future our NHS? Public meeting

Health and care is changing in Hackney and the City of London. Find out what's happening to services and how it will affect you at our 'What future our NHS?' public meeting.

When: Tuesday 6 March, 6-8pm
Venue: Amnesty International UK, 25 New Inn Yard, EC2A 3EA
Booking: Book online here or call 020 7923 8358.

Local health and care organisations are working together to improve residents’ health and wellbeing. This event is a chance to ask local leaders about their plans and find out how they fit in with national changes.

This event will be held at Amnesty International UK: 25 New Inn Yard, EC2A 3EA.

Evaluation and Research Manager

Vacancy: Evaluation and Research Manager

National Childrens Bureau

LEAP is three years into the delivery of the Big Lottery’s 10 year “ A Better Start “ programme which aims to improve the life chances of babies and very young children by delivering a significant increase in the use of preventative approaches in pregnancy and the first three years of life. By drawing on the best evidence for interventions in diet and nutrition, social and emotional development and communication and language LEAP is working across the whole early year’s sector in Lambeth. We are developing a portfolio of early intervention programmes for pregnant women, babies and children 0-3 to ensure that every baby and child has a better start in life.
You will lead on all evaluation and research initiatives relating to the LEAP Programme, delivering high quality support and guidance to the core team and a range of delivery partners. The role will be the key point of contact for the national evaluation partners.

The role will be based in Lambeth, with some working at NCB offices in Hackney and the possibility of occasional travel, for which notice will be given.


Comic Relief funding up to £10,000

Comic Relief funding

Comic Relief is giving core expenditure grants of between £1,000 and £10,000 to UK organisations with an annual income of up to £100,000. Core expenditure means anything that is invested in the organisation’s upkeep and running costs, and not anything spent on project delivery. Read more

Please take our premises survey

Hackney CVS are doing a premises survey to help us understand your premise needs as local  Voluntary & Community Sector organisations.

Please do fill it in as we will ensure the results will be fed into the Voluntary & Community Sector strategy work we are doing with London Borough of Hackney,  and also where relevant,  into the integrated commissioning of health and social care plans. 

In addition, more immediately we will, where possible  from the results, match organisations with an interest in co-locating services or office space.

Please take the survey: or if it's not relevant to you please forward to the relevant person in your organisation or cascade to any VCS organisations you are in contact with. 

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