Posts tagged with ‘funding’

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Planning the Future of the Network – 1000 Lives Workshop

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“Planning the Future of the Network” 1000 Lives Workshop The Network needs you! Join a 1000 Lives workshop to have your say! At this workshop we will talk and share ideas about the new drop ins around the city and how you can take part Got It Want It development spreading the Network into Staffordshire [...]

The Big Community Conversation and Celebration 7th June

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Celebrating “making a difference in our communities” 1000 Lives and CHAD FREE event Wednesday 7th June at the LRV, Staffordshire University, Leek Road Campus, Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent  Listen Learn Share Celebrate Click to download The-Big-Community-Conversation invite  Meet other people making a contribution to their community, listen and share stories about what matters, find out how community [...]

Exciting news – 1000 Lives continues beyond March 2015

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We have some very exciting news. We’ve been told we have another year of funding for the 1000 Lives Community Champions Network. The public health department of the City Council has acknowledged the valuable work done by all those involved with the Network in making Stoke on Trent a healthier, happier and safer place to [...]

1000 Lives and Community First event 2nd December report

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1000 Lives and Community First held a joint event on 2nd December 2014. We celebrated projects which have been funded over the last four years and thanked the Panels of local people who have made the decisions and managed the funding. The event was hosted by Darren McIndoe Chair of the Burslem South Community First [...]

“The Hub in Fenton is a real gem” Sentinel Heroes

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The Hub in Fenton has been nominated as Community Group of the Year in The Sentinel’s Our Heroes awards, to the delight of project manager Carole Kind, of Newcastle. The Hub has helped a wide range of people – from adults and children to those with special needs – since it opened two years ago. [...]