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The next Community CVS Network will take place tomorrow at the Community Hub.
Our Volunteer Centre Bulletin collates news on recent volunteering opportunities, training and news for volunteers and volunteer organisers. Check it out!
Are you up for the Total Warrior challenge?
We are recruiting! Would you like to join a dynamic and passionate team? In a role where you can help improve people’s life chances and opportunities?
Community CVS has a mission to achieve positive social change and empowerment through transforming people’s lives in our community - we make a difference and so can you!

Community Wellbeing Coordinator
Deadline: 12 noon on Tuesday 3rd May

We’re currently seeking to recruit a Community Wellbeing Coordinator (CWC) to support the Initial Response Service team, in the signposting of people that have been triaged by a Mental Health Practitioner and will meet the criteria for a community based VCSFE service. The CWC will establish with the person or their carer which services would support them in their community and support with the transfer to other appropriate services if necessary.

For details about the roles, person specification and job application form click here.
Community Fund update
Download the application form here.
Round 5 Deadline: Monday 9th May at 12 noon (decisions by 5pm on Thursday 19th May)
Round 6 Deadline: Monday 15th September at 12 noon.
We will be holding a funding workshop on the Wednesday 27th April. To book your place or learn more, please drop Nikki Kenyon an e-mail.

The Community Asset Fund offers grants of between £500 and £2000 to support recovery in the community and enhance wellbeing. Contact Marselle Davies to learn more.
Looking for funding? Why not check out the Council's Funding Portal?
Around the sector...
No Whispers CIC are holding Level 1 accredited Child sexual exploitation awareness training on Thursday 28th April. This training is suitable for professionals, volunteers & community members who want to gain understanding of child sexual exploitation.
Find out more and book your place here.
The Campaign for Learning are holding a series of online workshops throughout spring and summer, about which you can learn more here.
The first of these takes place on Thursday 28th April and focusses on the Five Ways to Wellbeing.
Lancashire Mind's innovative Connect 5 training is coming to Darwen, starting from Tuesday 3rd May.
You can learn more here.
Also, click on their logo below to see the full range of training they have on offer.
IMO are currently seeking to recruit a Recovery Practitioner (Health) and Energy Efficiency Advisors.
You can learn more on their website.
Deadline for the former is 4.30pm on Friday 6th May.
Ynot Aspire's Charity Ball is taking place on Saturday 7th May. More information here.
Tuesday 10th May 9.30-2.30pm
Hyndburn Academy
Stourton Street, Rishton, Blackburn BB1 4ED


The Super Slow Way Linear Park is an ambitious vision that hopes to demonstrate how the Leeds & Liverpool Canal corridor can be developed as a major asset for the communities that live in this part of East Lancashire.
Join us for our second event to hear about what’s been happening along the canal as part of the Linear Park programme, many activities are now in full swing & with more popping up week by week as we approach summer. The main focus of the day will be exploring what the landscape & playscape around the canal could look like, with BDP & Timberplay both delivering interactive & playful workshops to explore how together we can reshape the future of Pennine Lancashire, creating a vision which is both ambitious & deserved for the communities who live, work & play here.
BDP are an international interdisciplinary practice of architects, engineers, designers and urbanists who are working with Super Slow Way to create a landscape design strategy for the Leeds & Liverpool Canal corridor in East Lancashire.
Timberplay are one of the most respected names within the play industry and have worked on leading play areas internationally. Alongside play products they passionately believe that the landscape is an essential part of a successful design for play. They are working with Super Slow Way to explore how the canal corridor can become a playful place for all.
Lunch will be provided by Oddies Bakery, Nelson.
If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact ben@superslowway.org.uk.
RSVP by Tuesday 3rd May to zara@superslowway.org.uk.
The Skelton Charity is a grant making trust which supports registered charities in the north west who work to provide greater opportunities for and improve the lives of children, the elderly, people with disabilities and their carers.
They are open for applications, with more details available on their website.
Deadline for the next round is 5pm on Friday 13th May.
ARC Blackburn are currently seeking to recruit a new Manager. Please note the closing date has been extended to Tuesday 17th May.
Learn more on their website.
Check out the Prince's Trust's latest newsletter to learn more about what's on offer in May.
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