NWCN E-bulletin 05 February 2020

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Social Justice Small Grants Programme
BBC Broadcast Appeals
Community Relations Council Good Relations Award 2020
Urgent and Emergency Care Workshop
Free presentations and workshops about the UK Parliament
Discussion Regarding Zero Hour Contracts 
Public Affairs Forum Council Engagement - DCSDC
Launch of Sectarianism: The Key Facts
Invitation to the launch of Health, Equality and the Economy
10 Parental Alienation United As One Conference 2020
11 Steps To Healing Conference
12 DFE Energy Strategy Call for Evidence  
13 Social Media are we becoming addicted
14 Impact of Alcohol on Self-harm & Crisis Intervention Training
15 FREE Workplace Health Support Service open for registrations
16 Volunteer Now Enterprises Ltd Training
17 Latest Offers from Salto Youth
18 Job Opportunity with Kinship Care NI
19 Vacancy- Chief Executive Officer
20 Board of Director Opportunities at La Dolce Vita Project
21 Meeting – Training – Conference
22 Connect Cafe

1  Social Justice Small Grants Programme

The programme is funded by Atlantic Philanthropies as part of its Human Rights legacy fund in Northern Ireland to support local community groups with projects and initiatives that contribute to peacebuilding, tackle the impact of poverty and austerity measures and/or give voice to excluded groups.

Closing Date: Feb 14, 2020 13:00
Area: Northern Ireland
Grant size: Up to £5,000

Priorities: Locally based community groups and locally based ‘communities of interest’ with an interest in promoting or embedding human rights and social justice in their day to day work for and with their chosen communities.

For more information and to apply please visit: https://communityfoundationni.org/grants/social-justice-small-grants-programme/

2 BBC Broadcast Appeals

BBC's Broadcast Appeals provides an opportunity for local charities to describe their work and to make a broadcast appeal for volunteers or funds. 

Applications are now being invited for Broadcast Appeal slots on local television and radio. These opportunities will be available from June 2020 onwards.

A briefing session to describe the application process is being held on Friday 14th February 2020, 10.30am-12pm. As places are limited, pre-registration is required. To confirm attendance, or to find out more about this event, please telephone 028 9033 8853 or email paula.gilmurray@mmc.co.uk.



 Community Relations Council Good Relations Award 2020

The Community Relations Council (CRC) is inviting nominations for the 2020 Good Relations Award.

Nominations for the Good Relations Award 2020 are now open.

The deadline for submission of completed Nomination Forms will close at noon on 14 February 2020.

Nomination Forms are available for download below. Forms can also be requested by email using info@nicrc.org.uk or by telephoning 028 9022 7500.

Nomination Form
Download the Good Relations Award 2020 nomination form.


4 Urgent and Emergency Care Workshop

You may be aware that the PCC recently launched ‘Make Change Together’, an important partnership initiative.

This voluntary recruitment and support programme is designed to facilitate collaboration between members of the public and Health and Social Care Northern Ireland in the future transformation of services.  

We have an opportunity for you to help shape thinking in the Department of Health’s Review of Urgent and Emergency Care.

There are three main groups identified as regular users of  Urgent and Emergency Care services that we wish to speak with; these are Older people, those living with Mental Health issues and Infants, children and young people.

If you are one of these groups, please come along to the Workshop

Where: Sliverbirch Hotel, 5 Gortin Rd, Omagh BT79 7DH
When:  Monday 17th February 2020

This event will kick off at 1pm with Lunch and finish at 4pm.

To register your attendance please follow this link https://patientclientcouncil.hscni.net/get-involved/make-change-together/the-review-of-urgent-and-emergency-care/  or Call 0800 917 0222 

Out of pocket expenses such as travel or caring costs will be reimbursed and support provided before during and after the workshop.


5 Free presentations and workshops about the UK Parliament

If your group wants to know more about how Parliament works; the relevance of Parliament to everyday life and how to get your voice heard, then sign up for a FREE workshop.

Workshops on offer: (approx.1 -2 hours, tailored to suit your requirements)

People, power and UK Parliament: An introduction
Are you influential? Getting your voice heard (campaigning)
]EMPOWER: (for adults with learning disabilities)


If you would like to make a further enquiry or book a workshop, please contact Fiona Payne on: paynef@parliament.uk


6 Discussion Regarding Zero Hour Contracts 

The Stormont ‘New Approach, New Decade’ document includes a move to ban Zero Hour Contracts.  The full Council passed a motion committing to 'doing everything it can to help make the north-west region a zero hour contract free zone'. 

The motion also agrees to convene a meeting with 'business leaders, trade unions, employer's organisations, youth groups, anti-poverty groups, and any other concerns sections of civil society' towards taking practical action. 

You are therefore invited to ‘Save the Date’ for this meeting on Wednesday 19th February at 5:00pm in the Whitaker Suite, Guildhall , Derry.


 7 Public Affairs Forum Council Engagement - DCSDC

11 March 2020 - 10:30am to 12:30pm, The Guildhall

This session would give Public Affairs Forum members an opportunity to engage with officials and elected representatives from Derry City & Strabane District Council.

Please note, this session is only open to NICVA's Public Affairs Forum members. For more information about our Public Affairs Forum and to get involved, there is more information here.

The session will include:

  • An overview of roles and responsibilities in the Council

  • How the Council and their Committees work (how do decisions get made) and the scope for individuals and organisations to influence decision making in Council

  • Mechanisms for the voluntary and community sector to engage with the Council, including the Community Planning Process

We would hope to also invite a number of elected representatives along from the Council for an informal engagement session. 

For further information, please contact siobhan.mcalister@nicva.org

Costs: This is a NICVA members only event.  Join Now

** NICVA now welcomes all small groups for free. **


8 Launch of Sectarianism: The Key Facts

Mike Nesbitt MLA and Colin McGrath MLA invite you to the launch of Sectarianism: The Key Facts, a framework report on tackling institutional sectarianism in Northern Ireland

12pm to 2pm, Monday 17 February 2020, Room 115, Parliament Buildings, Stormont

Commissioned by the Equality Coalition, independent researcher Dr Robbie McVeigh has authored a piece of research on contemporary sectarianism in Northern Ireland. The 40 page report looks at ‘institutional sectarianism’ in NI - especially where there is evidence of sectarianism in decision-making - and puts forward recommendations for state action on sectarianism.

The launch of Sectarianism: The Key Facts will open with an introduction from Equality Coalition Co-Conveners Patricia McKeown (UNISON) and Daniel Holder (CAJ). Dr McVeigh will then share some of the main findings from his report. There will also be a panel discussion on sectarianism with Seán Brady (PPR), Elaine Crory (Belfast Feminist Network & WRDA), Kat Healy (Social Justice Trust), Gráinne Ní Ghilín (An Dream Dearg), and Rachel Powell (Women’s Sector Lobbyist). Time will be set aside at the event for questions from the audience.

All welcome. Lunch will be provided at the start of the event. Please email events@caj.org.uk  to register, stating any access or dietary requirements.


9  Invitation to the launch of Health, Equality and the Economy

Ulster University and Queen's University invites you to launch of:
Health, Equality and the Economy - A research report produced for Pivotal

Pivotal is a new public policy think tank for NI, whose focus is on evidence-based ideas and policies to improve our society, economy and public services.

Date: Monday 24th February 2020
Time: 4pm - 5.45pm
Venue: MU114, Ulster University, Magee Campus
Following the Report Launch you are invited to join us for refreshments at 6pm.

www.ulster.ac.uk/hee2020 by 17 February 2020


10 Parental Alienation United As One Conference 2020

La Dolce Vita Project in association with Parental Alienation Europe will be hosting "Parental Alienation United As One Conferences", on 21st April 2020 in Croke Park Dublin and in The City Hotel, Derry/Londonderry 23rd April 2020.

International guest speakers include:
Dr Demosthenes Lorandos: PhD, Forensic Psychologist, member of California, Michigan and New York State bars and member of the Supreme Courts of the United States. 

Professor William Bernet: Graduate of Harvard Medical School. Expert in Forensic Psychiatry. Dr Bernet, evaluates adults, children, and families involved in legal situations, both civil and criminal. 

Dr Steve Millar: A Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical. M. D in Psychology and Medicine from Brown University. Dr Steve Millar is an International expert on estrangement and parental alienation with a particular focus on differentiating between the two. 

Bachelor of Education (Hons). Masters in Development and Co-Production of Social Care Research candidate. Leadership in Parental Alienation Certified. Family Mediator. Independent Parent Advocate.

Mairead Stewart: Bachelor of Education (Hons). Masters in Development and Co-Production of Social Care Research candidate. Leadership in Parental Alienation Certified. Family Mediator. Independent Parent Advocate. Mairead has studied the effects of parental separation, high-conflict and parent-child relationship breakdown on children of divorce and separation as part of her Masters Course in the Development and Co-Production of Health and Social Care Research.

Rory O’Connor PhD CPsychol AFBPsS FAcSS, a native of Derry, is Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Glasgow in Scotland, a Past President of the International Academy of Suicide Research and a current Vice President of the International Association for Suicide Prevention. 

Brian O Sullivan (PAE) A Consultant Systemic (Family) Psychotherapist. .Brian has developed two M.Sc. programs, in Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, and in Family Therapy both validated by Middlesex University in London. His primary undergraduate award is in Emergency Medical Science. 

Brendan Guildea: Brendan was called to the Irish bar in 2011 and has developed a specialized practice in high-conflict child access cases, acting for both custodial and non-custodial parents. 

Caroline Langley B.L: A world expert in family law. With nearly three decades of experience, she is a pre-eminent specialist in international family law with a focus on parental alienation, the Hague Convention. She has worked with the US Department of States, the US Citizens Service, foreign governments and inter-pol.

Tickets: £150 per person
Group booking for 10 or more people available.

Ticket Link: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/ladolcevitaproject/297479?fbclid=IwAR1nEZ4jJwXsmO4muH61dPE5BO6coVkrsPmmtdmaK0ajXW2LVwzD5sj5194

Invoice payment: Tel Cindy Mc Cafferty (Mon and Tues Only between 9.30 - 5pm)
Telephone 028 7137 7272 for more details.


11 Steps To Healing Conference

Valued Voices presents: Steps To Healing
A two-day interactive & experiential conference

Friday 28 Feb. 2020, 10am to 5pm
Saturday 29 Feb. 2020, 10am to 4pm

Facilitated by Fiona Bell, Anne Tracey and Shauna Quigley

Fiona is a dreamworker and intuitive artist with broad clinical experience as a healthcare professional. Passionate about the therapeutic value of the creative arts, Fiona is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams.

Shauna is the Founder and Director of Wellnessseeker, an online school offering a variety of programmes, aimed at supporting mental and emotional difficulties. She has pioneered a healing programme called 'the Clearing Method', a unique process of therapy that guides participants to uncover core wounds and heal at the source of suffering.

Anne is a practising counselling psychologist registered with the Health Care Professions Council and the Psychological Society of Ireland. For the past 20 years she was a lecturer in the School of Psychology at Ulster University, Magee and recently completed 26 years with Cruse Bereavement Care as a counsellor, trainer, supervisor and committee member.

Places are limited and participants are kindly asked to commit to both days of this conference. Please call Kirstie on 02871 261941 or email 
to book your place.


12 DFE Energy Strategy Call for Evidence  

The Department for the Economy has launched a Call for Evidence to inform the development of a new Energy Strategy for Northern Ireland


This publication is an important part of the on-going public engagement process to inform and shape proposals for presentation to a future Minister for the Economy.



13  Social Media are we becoming addicted

Thursday 20th February 2020
7.30pm -9.00pm
City Hotel Derry
FREE Event
“Social Media are we becoming addicted”

Please see below link to register for the upcoming talk, or you can Telephone our office or email to register.

Eventbrite Registration Link-https://bit.ly/3aE61Mn
Telephone - 02871266999  
Email - 


14 Impact of Alcohol on Self-harm & Crisis Intervention Training

Free Training 
Impact of Alcohol on Self-harm (Day 1) &
Crisis Intervention (Day 2)

Facilitated by Zest

Date: Mon 24th Feb & Mon 3rd March  2020
Venue: Strabane Library, Strabane
Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm (Registration from 9.15am)

To apply for a place please read carefully the Booking and Cancellations Policy, complete a booking form and return via 

Email: clear@dhcni.com 
Post:  CLEAR Project, Unit 13, Strabane Enterprise Agency, Orchard Road Industrial Estate, Strabane, BT82 9FR. 

Impact of Alcohol on Self-harm & Crisis Intervention Flyer


15  FREE Workplace Health Support Service now open for registrations!!

Health@Work NI are open for registrations for our March PHA FREE Workplace Health Support Service we have three levels of support: 

Level 1: Sign up to our database to receive regular information on workplace health

Level 2: Support to carry out online survey with staff to identify key priority areas

Level 3: Development of wellbeing action plan to include free workplace health champions training and mental health training and support

See flyer and registration form to sign up to the support service, if you would like further information please contact Programme Manager Sabrina Moore on the details below.

Closing date for registrations is 29th February 2020.

028 7161 1384 or 07456 993 063 / sabrina@dhcni.com


16  Volunteer Now Enterprises Ltd Training

From planning the strategic direction of your programme, up skilling your volunteers, to equipping day to day supervisors of volunteers with vital management skills – our training has it all!

Below is just a selection of our upcoming training:

  • FREE Google Digital Garage
    -  19 February, Belfast
    Skainos & Volunteer Now Enterprises Ltd have partnered with Google Digital Garage to provide a FREE workshop on Building Your Personal Brand Online, Build Effective Presentations and Writing for Social Media.  More information and book your place here 
  • Keeping it Legal: Volunteers & the Law
    -  19 February, Belfast
    Discover how to ensure you don’t accidentally employ your volunteers, know the relevant legislation around health and safety and duty of care, gain a framework for carrying out a risk assessment and explore the truths and myths around volunteering while on benefits.. More information and book your place here 
  • Managing & Motivating Volunteers
    -  26 & 27 February, Belfast
    Explore a range of management tools to quickly and effectively settle new volunteers into your organisation. More information and book your place here  

To view our full training calendar, please go to bit.ly/CoursesScheduled.

We have an expert team of staff who are committed to quality and effective customer relations providing a service which is tailored to you.  We would love to hear from you about how we can help – you can email us on enterprise@volunteernow.co.uk, call 028 9023 2020 or tweet us @VNEnterprise.


17 Latest Offers from Salto Youth

Facilitator in volunteering activities - online training course
18 February - 1 March 2020 | Online, Romania
The online course FACILITATOR IN VOLUNTEERING ACTIVITIES is for people working with groups of local, national and international volunteers. You will arrive in a gamified world with e-books, tools, videos, 3D game and much more!
Organizer: “Online Training Courses for E+ Youth Workers” (Others)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU
Application deadline (24h CET): 16 February 2020

See details
Mentor in Volunteering activities - online training course
19 February - 1 March 2020 | Online, Romania
The online course MENTOR IN VOLUNTEERING ACTIVITIES is about roles, responsibilities and other relevant aspects connected with the mentorship activity. You will arrive in a gamified world with e-books, tools, videos, 3D game and much more!
Organizer: “Online Training Courses for E+ Youth Workers” (Others)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU
Application deadline (24h CET): 17 February 2020

See details
3rd Europe-Western Balkans Youth Meeting: Using the EU youth programmes as vehicles for positive change
6 - 9 April 2020 | Venue on the coast, Montenegro
This meeting aims to take stock of achievements of past EU – Western Balkans youth cooperation projects and to explore what is needed to increase impact and positive societal change and to initiate ways forward under the EU youth programmes after 2020.
Organizer: SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre (SALTO Resource Centre)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Western Balkan countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 23 February 2020

See details
EuroPeers Training Course
21 - 26 April 2020 | Brussels, Belgium - FL
A training course for young people who took part in European Solidarity Corps/Erasmus+: YOUTH IN ACTION projects and want to share their European experiences with their peers.
Organizer: JINT vzw - National Agency for the Erasmus+ Youth in Action & European Solidarity Corps Programme in Belgium Flanders (National Agency)
This activity is for participants from: Austria, Belgium - DE, Belgium - FL, Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovak Republic, Turkey, United Kingdom, Western Balkan countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 23 February 2020

See details

SALTO Youth Participation Forum
4 - 6 May 2020 | Kultuurikatel, Tallinn, Estonia
The SALTO Youth Participation Forum will be a unique opportunity for stakeholders to contribute to the newly developed Youth Participation Strategy. We will discuss its implementation and link it to different levels of youth work and youth participation.
Organizer: SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre (SALTO Resource Centre)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 28 February 2020

See details
ONLINE COURSE - Make it Visible
2 March - 12 April 2020 | Spain
Make it Visible is an online course that aims to improve the competences of youth workers, educators, teachers, activists, and anyone interested, in how to run educational activities with young people raising awareness and preventing any form of racism.
Organizer: Cazalla Intercultural (Youth NGO)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Other countries in the world, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU
Application deadline (24h CET): 29 February 2020

See details
"Eutopia" Diversity in a Changing Europe - Creative lab for Rethinking Diversity in Youth Work
6 - 12 May 2020 | Riga, Latvia
The creative lab is designed for critical thinkers, who work with young people and are not afraid of opening controversial questions and questioning concepts.
Organizer: SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre (SALTO Resource Centre)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Western Balkan countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 1 March 2020

See details
Four winds
30 May - 4 June 2020 | Litija, Slovenia
The training will invite us to explore the relationship to ourselves and the world around us by working on the four levels of awareness - emotional, cognitive, physical and spiritual. Nature will be our support and guide.
Organizer: Association Lojtra (Youth NGO)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Other countries in the world, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU
Application deadline (24h CET): 15 March 2020

See details
Perspectives for Youth Research 2030
18 - 19 May 2020 | Vienna, Austria
Open conference of the European network on the Research-based Analysis of European Youth Programmes (RAY) to explore the potential of youth research within and beyond the European youth programmes during the coming decade.
Organizer: Austrian National Agency for Erasmus+ Youth in Action and European Solidarity Corps (National Agency)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 16 March 2020

See details
ETS course for youth workers - YOCOMO, the trigger for attitudes and behaviours
4 - 10 May 2020 | Königswinter, Germany
Attitudes are one of the most challenging parts to approach in our professional development; not so tangible and easy to measure, yet crucial in our work with young people. They manifest in our behaviours, influence our work, relations and social context.
Organizer: JUGEND für Europa (National Agency)
This activity is for participants from: Eastern Partnership countries, Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Western Balkan countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 16 March 2020

See details
The Star of Europe - Greece
11 - 15 May 2020 | Thessaloniki, Greece
The Star of Europe training will take you through a youth exchange project from its very beginning to the very end, highlighting young people's involvement. You will also learn how to use the digital Star of Europe material in building the exchange.
Organizer: INEVIDIM Youth and Life Long Learning Foundation (National Agency)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 22 March 2020

See details
Solidarity: Opening the door to new volunteering fields
24 - 29 May 2020 | Budapest, Hungary
The event aims to bring together different organisations, newcomers and the ones that have experience and are interested in new fields of volunteering.
Organizer: European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre (SALTO Resource Centre)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU
Application deadline (24h CET): 13 April 2020

See details
Calls for Trainers:
Volunteering & solidarity as a social capital of the city
MOVIT, Slovenian National Agency for the Erasmus+: Youth in Action programme and European Solidarity Corps is looking for 3
Application deadline: 9. 2. 2020

Online version
“Erasmus+ and ESC INCLUSION LAB”
Estonian National Agency (NA EE) is looking for two trainers to implement the networking TC.
Application deadline: 12.02.2020

Online version
(NET) Jobs and traineeships (title TBD)
PL NA ESC is looking for 2 trainers (1 international + 1 PL NA Pool of Trainers)
Application deadline: 2020-02-11

Online version


18 Job Opportunity with Kinship Care NI

Kinship Care NI invite applicants for the position of:

(Ref: KCNI.TO.R1.01)

To deliver training, workshops and information sessions to kinship carers, and develop a network of support, including support groups and family recreation for kinship carers and their children.

Fixed term, funded until the 29th October 2020 at 37.5 hours per week (then subject to funding)

Salary: £21,533 per annum

Based in Derry/Londonderry, but will involve travelling to other parts of Northern Ireland

·  A relevant recognised qualification in health and social care, community development or related field (Minimum NVQ level II or equivalent).

· Five GCSEs (minimum) at Grade C or above (or equivalent) including English Language and Maths.

  • Proven work experience working with vulnerable/disadvantaged children, young people and/or families.
  • Proven work experience delivering education/training programmes in the community.
  • Excellent work ethic.
  • A current driving licence with access to a car. (Can be waived in the case of applicant whose disability prohibits driving, but who is able to organise suitable alternative arrangements).
  • IT skills.

Application Forms can be requested via e-mail from emma@kinshipcareni.com

It should be noted that the criteria may be enhanced to facilitate short-listing.

Closing date for completed applications is 12 noon, 21st February 2020

Kinship Care NI operates a child protection and vulnerable adults policy.

AccessNI checks will be carried out before an appointment can be confirmed.

The ‘Kinnections’ Project is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund under the Reaching Out Supporting Families Programme

We are an equal opportunities employer.


19 Vacancy- Chief Executive Officer

The Playhouse in Derry~Londonderry is seeking applications for the position of Chief Executive Officer. Accountable to Chair and non-executive board and responsible for Playhouse senior management team and finance manager.

Hours 40 hours per week.
Package £45,591- £48,529.

The Playhouse is based in Artillery Street, Derry~Londonderry, the second largest city in Northern Ireland.  One of Ireland’s leading award-winning, multi-disciplinary community art resource centres, The Playhouse was established in 1992 by Pauline Ross with a grant of just £300. The Playhouse is a recognised charity and registered company. Today, the Playhouse’s programme of activities includes hosting theatre, music and performance art to over 15,000 people annually; commissioning and producing contemporary theatre; delivering educational courses and outreach projects to people of all ages, religion and abilities; using arts activities to promote understanding and reconciliation, and to support the peace process; and hiring studio, theatre and accommodation to creative businesses.

Recruitment pack, including  full job description and criteria, available to download at www.derryplayhouse.co.uk. To apply please send CV and covering letter outlining how both essential and desirable criteria are met to aine@derryplayhouse.com before Friday 21st February 2020 at 5pm.


20 Board of Director Opportunities at La Dolce Vita Project

La Dolce Vita Project is a local community based organisation set up to address the issues surrounding domestic abuse, violence, sexual violence and parental alienation.

As an organisation our aim is to bring awareness, educate, empower and encourage communities in  understanding the affects of domestic abuse,violence, parental alienation, not just on the individuals but also on the family, friends, communities.  

We are inviting individuals to express an interest in joining our Board of Directors. These positions are voluntary although out of pocket expenses regarding travel to meetings will be reimbursed.

We would ask those who have a passion or background knowledge, education in the area of domestic abuse and violence to consider expressing an interest.

This is not a mandatory requirement and we would also welcome those with a background in Community Development, Law, Accountancy,  working with Children and Young people,  public sector business skills, Human Rights, and who can demonstrate core responsibilities within these roles.

All members must be over 18 years of age, will be subject to an Access NI or a Gardai Vetting check and will be required to attend 6 meetings per year.

Please include in your expression of interest ; Name, Address, Contact Number, Email address. Any conflict of Interests regarding membership of any other organisations or a member of other Boards. A short personal statement to include education, and what you feel you could bring to La Dolce Vita Project.

Email: ladolcevita5277@gmail.com

Application can be completed at: becollective.com/search/opportunites
Or if you would like additional information telephone 02871377272.


21 Meeting – Training – Conference

North West Business Complex unveil newly refurbished training and conference facilities.

So whether its a 1:1 client meeting or a large training event, we can offer a versatile option that works for you.

Our updated facilities include a range of audio visual equipment including projector, flat screen TV, flipchart, whiteboard, lectern and microphone.

  • Refreshments included
  • Free WIFI/Internet
  • Free onsite parking
  • Up to 80 delegates
  • Flexible floor layouts
  • Disabled access

Take a look at our 360 degree tour here: http://google360.co.uk/nwbc-training-360

Contact our events team on 02871 359106 or email info@enterprisenw.com


22 Connect Cafe

Waterside Neighbourhood Partnership presents: Connect Cafe

All those who are 50+ are welcome to join us.
Light lunch and entertainment will be provided.

Venue: Lincoln Courts Community Centre
Date: Thursday 6th February 2020
Time: 12pm - 2pm

Transport can be provided if required.

For more information call Niamh on 028 7134 2959


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