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Funding for community led applications to create new green spaces


On Wednesday 5 December MHCLG published the Pocket Parks Plus prospectus inviting community-led applications for funding to create new green spaces of up to 0.4 hectares and to refurbish existing parks.


The prospectus offers an opportunity to build on coverage around the Government’s work to support local parks and green areas, especially with regards to community involvement in green spaces.

It will also build on the success of the original Pocket Parks Scheme in 2015/16.


Pocket parks provide green spaces which can improve the physical and mental health of the community and can be used for physical exercise, social meetings, nature education, community events, and meeting other local needs. Each pocket park will be an individual space tailored to the needs of the local area by the community group which has applied for the grant.
Communities across England will have the opportunity to bid for a share of £1 million Pocket Parks Plus funding to support them in taking control of their own green spaces.


Applicants have until Friday 25 January 2019 to submit an application to MHCLG and further details are available in the prospectus and the related press release
Prospectus
 Funding of up to £15,000 is available for the creation of each new park. And £25,000 for the refurbishment of a park.
 
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/pocket-parks-plus-supporting-parks-and-public-spaces
 
https://www.gov.uk/government/news/1-million-funding-for-communities-to-create-their-own-pocket-parks
 



Risk Management for trustees
In an era of increasing concern regarding liabilities, litigation, regulatory compliance and reputational risk, charities are coming under greater scrutiny than ever. Boardroom competency in identifying, managing and mitigating risk is now a required skill and trustees must be able to scrutinise their executive and professional advisors’ management of risk, as well as being able to apply the same tools and techniques to their own decision making.

This course is a non-technical introduction to risk and risk management designed to enable trustees to understand and manage risk generally, but with a  focus on risks related to governance, employment, assets, service users and third parties. By the end of the day you will be better equipped to interact effectively with professional advisors and regulators, hold your executive to account, improve your own decision making and govern your organisation’s risk management activities. - See more at: https://www.civilsociety.co.uk/events/risk-management-for-trustees-26-02-2019.html#sthash.mXhPiBCU.dpuf
In an era of increasing concern regarding liabilities, litigation, regulatory compliance and reputational risk, charities are coming under greater scrutiny than ever. Boardroom competency in identifying, managing and mitigating risk is now a required skill and trustees must be able to scrutinise their executive and professional advisors’ management of risk, as well as being able to apply the same tools and techniques to their own decision making.

This course is a non-technical introduction to risk and risk management designed to enable trustees to understand and manage risk generally, but with a  focus on risks related to governance, employment, assets, service users and third parties. By the end of the day you will be better equipped to interact effectively with professional advisors and regulators, hold your executive to account, improve your own decision making and govern your organisation’s risk management activities. - See more at: https://www.civilsociety.co.uk/events/risk-management-for-trustees-26-02-2019.html#sthash.mXhPiBCU.dpuf
In an era of increasing concern regarding liabilities, litigation, regulatory compliance and reputational risk, charities are coming under greater scrutiny than ever. Boardroom competency in identifying, managing and mitigating risk is now a required skill and trustees must be able to scrutinise their executive and professional advisors’ management of risk, as well as being able to apply the same tools and techniques to their own decision making.

This course is a non-technical introduction to risk and risk management designed to enable trustees to understand and manage risk generally, but with a  focus on risks related to governance, employment, assets, service users and third parties. By the end of the day you will be better equipped to interact effectively with professional advisors and regulators, hold your executive to account, improve your own decision making and govern your organisation’s risk management activities. - See more at: https://www.civilsociety.co.uk/events/risk-management-for-trustees-26-02-2019.html#sthash.mXhPiBCU.dpuf

Boardroom competency in identifying, managing and mitigating risk is now a required skill and trustees must be able to scrutinise their executive and professional advisor's management of risk, as well as being able to apply the same tools and techniques to their own decision making. 

This course is a non-technical introduction to risk and risk management designed to enable trustees to understand and manage risk generally, but with a  focus on risks related to governance, employment, assets, service users and third parties. By the end of the day you will be better equipped to interact effectively with professional advisors and regulators, hold your executive to account, improve your own decision making and govern your organisation's risk management activities.

Price starts £195 Click here for details


The Stroke Project is joining Shoreditch Trust

From Monday 17 December 2018, the Stroke Project will join Shoreditch trust and move (from 48-50 Well Street) to their head office. Our contact details from then will be: (please note the office will be closed from Mon 24 Dec 2018 and reopens Thu 3rd Jan 2019)

The Stroke Project team

Laura Prikken, Stroke Project Manager                 -           07436 790 140
Monika Chebda, Community Stroke Coordinator -           07436 790 139
Joana Olim, Stroke Project Worker                        -           07484 901 439
Maria Dragan, Stroke Project Worker                    -           07484 507 151
strokeproject@shoreditchtrust.org.uk
12 Orsman Road
London
N1 5QJ
Switchboard: 0207 033 8500
www.shoreditchtrust.org.uk
(more details to follow, such as personal e-mails and direct line numbers)


Huddleston Centre is recruiting sessional playworkers

Click here for details


Hackney Children and Young People’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Priority, Plans and Proposal How to Apply Session

Find out about the plans process and local priorities. 

The local authority and CCG will contribute Match funding to address the local needs over a 3 year period. 

January 24th, 2019 1:00 PM   through   3:30 PM
Hackney CVS
24-30 Dalston Lane
London, E8 3AZ
United Kingdom
click here for details

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