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Latest Notices

  • Nomination for Best Community Support Initiative

    Musical Memories Springburn

    Musical Memories Springburn is a musical reminiscence group for people with dementia and their carers, in Springburn and the North of Glasgow. Our project is only 14 months old but we’ve just had a wee bit of excitement. At the recent Scottish Dementia Awards we were on the shortlist of 3 from 80 nominations for ‘Best Community Support Initiative’ in Scotland. We didn’t win the award but as a 100% voluntary …

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  • Community Connectors is Looking for Buddy Volunteers!

    Community Connectors General notice, Vacancy

        GCVS is looking for volunteers to help launch our innovative new Buddying service, which will provide targeted support to older people and to people who care for older people.     Offering an opportunity to make a real difference, this role will provide you with new experiences, help you develop your skills and give you the satisfaction of seeing first-hand the impact you can make on …

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  • Energy Action Scotland Annual Conference and Exhibition 2017 – Resolving Fuel Poverty

    Energy Action Scotland

    This year unites us all on the brink of great change. The fuel poverty landscape is under renewed scrutiny at the same time Scotland receives new social security powers. November 2017 is a unique moment when great change is possible, change that could see an end to fuel poverty as we recognise an opportunity to change the health and outcomes for all people in Scotland. Energy Action Scotland’s conference se …

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  • Free Mood Management Course

    Nicola Paterson Trainee CBT Therapist on behalf of Lifelink.

    Time and dates: 2pm-4pm 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th of November 2017 OR 2-4pm 1st, 6th, 8th,13th & 15th December 2017. Location: Lifelink Suite 4 Melisa House, 3 Brand Place, Ibrox Glasgow, G51 1DR This link shows a map of where we will be hosting this event: There is on street parking and you will see Melisa House beside a sign for “Little Stars Nursery”. There is a b …

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  • Sessional Drivers Required!

    Rainbow Care Centre

    Rainbow Care Centre are looking for Sessional Drivers to cover sickness and holidays at their Day Care Centre for the Elderly in the Southside of Glasgow. 20 hours a week, 4 hours a day. Picking members up from the community in the morning then dropping off after three in the afternoon. £7.50 per hour. Disclosure preferred. If interested, please email

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  • Marbles: Lost and Found (Creative Therapies Training)

    Creative Therapies

    Our Training Programme offers a range of creative workshops, led by psychotherapists, state registered arts therapists and professional artists.  Each three hour session will aim to demonstrate the contribution creativity can make to positive mental health and wellbeing, helping you to develop your own skills and creative toolkit.  All workshops are aimed at practitioners in Education, Social Work, Health a …

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  • Masterclass Integrated Joint Boards

    Scottish Council on Deafness

    Facilitator: Brian Cavanagh “Integration Joint Boards: How to influence; How to make an impact” In 2016, thirty one Integration Joint Boards were established. These new bodies, working on the same areas as Councils, are now responsible for the planning and provision of all adult health and social care services. The boards will be responsible for spending £8.5bn of the £13bn spent on health and social care i …

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  • Human Rights, the Law and How to Apply it to Practice

    Scottish Council on Deafness

      Facilitator: Carole Ewart This session will provide:   Information on Human Rights, Explain the roles of Duty Bearers, Right Defenders and Rights Bearers Build capacity on connecting human rights with what you do and already know, Prepare you for the delivery of Scotland’s Action Plan on Business and Human Rights – what you need to know and do, We will look at promoting good practice and challen …

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  • New Training Programme for Professionals

    One Parent Families Scotland

    Courses are booking now at a cost of £25 per session.  All courses will be held at our office at 100 Wellington Street, Glasgow. There are three half-day courses available: Universal Credit Child Maintenance Service Conditionality and Sanctions

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  • We Are Looking for New Trustees!

    Deaf Connections

    Deaf Connections, formerly known as the Glasgow and West of Scotland Society for the Deaf, was founded in 1822 and is Scotland’s oldest charity for the Deaf. Deaf Connections delivers specialist services to Deaf people across the West of Scotland, and are committed to enabling Deaf people to participate fully in the community to make equality and fairness a normal feature of their everyday lives. We want to …

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