March 2015 news

Women's Wellbeing Event

Event part of the SCC 5 ways to wellbeing initiative at the clocktower, Firth park

Job vacancy - Early Years Practitioner

Bright Stars nursery are looking for someone with good knowledge of child development and experience of applying this within the Revised Early Years Foundation stage.

SCC Waste savings consultation

In the last 4 years the city council have reduced their budget by £238 million, and now need to make a further saving of £60 million including £3.4 million from waste services by 2017

Adult Learning Guide: 2015 Summer Term courses

Looking for a course? Course listings for the 2015 Summer Term have now been added to the Adult Learning Guide website.

Green City Action Job Vacancy

Green City Action Job Vacancy for Volunteer Co-ordinator. Salary: £12.50 per hour. This post is part-time at 8 hours per week and funded until October 2015. The closing date for applications is Thursday 19th March 2015 at 12pm

Interview date Thursday 26th March 2015

Introduction to Community Development and Health.

ICDH is a 15 weeks training course set up by a local organisation covering topics about personal development, health and wellbeing and community development.

Shirecliffe Community Clearup Day

Clean Shirecliffe Cooperative are organising a big litter pick on the 21st March,

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