Wednesday, April 16, 2014

EASY RESETTLEMENT MAGAZINE - FREE COURSES AVAILABLE

Easy Resettlement Magazine – Offering Free Training Courses

Easy Resettlement is a quarterly magazine that assists service leavers and their families when making the transition back to civilian life. Each issue contains Job opportunities from some of the leading UK and International companies that are looking to recruit Ex-forces personnel and utilise your invaluable skills you have acquired whilst serving in the armed forces.
Each issue contains various features and articles from a wide range of industries, giving an insight in to where your skills might be best suited. We will have numerous companies that can assist you in your resettlement training as well as Colleges and Universities offering a wide range of Full and Part time courses as well as distance learning.

Easy Resettlement magazine is now helping service leavers by offering FREE courses (No gimmicks, no catches, just free courses available by sending an email to various companies offering their courses)

You can see more details and the online magazine including the latest Spring issue at http://www.easyresettlement.com/

HIVE CLOSURE


EASTER TREASURE HUNT


Tuesday, April 15, 2014

BFBS


ALDERSHOT CAREER EVENT


RBL WW1 CENTENARY


Sunday, April 13, 2014

COLOSSAL CAKE SALE


Friday, April 11, 2014

TRANSITION EVENTS



EASTER SERVICES


Thursday, April 10, 2014

CYCLISTS


NEWS FROM JSHAO

NEWS FROM JSHAO

For information on housing options current and back copies of the JSHAO “Housing Matters” magazine can be found at this link:

The March 14 edition is available at

TICKETS FOR TROOPS

AEG LIVE INVITE TROOPS AND THEIR FAMILIES TO
ENJOY THE BEST OF BRITISH SUMMER TIME WITH MUSIC SUPERSTARS AND MUCH-LOVED CHILDREN’S ENTERTAINERS FOR A DAY THE WHOLE FAMILY CAN ENJOY

SIR TOM JONES
BOYZONE / LITTLE MIX / 10CC /THE BOOTLEG BEATLES
Plus much more!

AEG Live is inviting members of the HM Armed Forces to enjoy the best of pop music, for free, this summer through the charity Tickets For Troops. With the announcement of Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park’s family day on Sunday 13 July with headliner Sir Tom Jones plus special guests Boyzone, Little Mix, 10cc, The Bootleg Beatles plus more, Troops and their families are being offered the opportunity to enjoy this incredible day. With huge headlining music superstars on the main stage, plus the cream of children’s entertainment around the site including Horrible Histories, Hello Kitty, Shaun The Sheep, Go!Go!Go! and more, this is the great British Summer Time, in one place.

This donation to the marvellous men and women of our armed forces, also includes tickets to see one of the greatest songwriters ever, Neil Young, The National, Tom Odell as well as The Webb Sisters, Jack Savoretti on Saturday 12 July  and McBusted, The Backstreet Boys, The Vamps, Scouting for Girls and Diversity on Sunday 6 July amongst many others.

AEG Live’s generosity is also extended to the two biggest weekends that pop lovers of Ipswich and Weston Super-Mare will have ever seen on the 28 & 29 June. They include performances from fourteen of the biggest names in music across two days including chart topping Jessie J, Jason Derulo, The Saturdays and Rizzle Kicks as well as super group McBusted and favourites The Backstreet Boys and FIVE.

AEG Live have been huge supporters of the charity and have donated thousands of tickets to Tickets For Troops since conception.
Rob Hallett, AEG Live’s President of International Touring has recently been appointed to Tickets For Troops’ advisory board and said "It is an honour and a privilege to be invited to join a board of such distinguished individuals in order to help, in a small way. I am delighted to be able to play a part in putting smiles on the faces of the brave servicemen and women, who put their lives on the line every day for our country and who ensure that we and our families can sleep safely at night. To be able to  provide opportunities for them to enjoy music events with their friends and families is a small acknowledgement of the sacrifices they make."
The charity has over 135,000 members of the military registered and in its fifth year has distributed nearly 500,000 tickets for events ranging from The Olympics and Paralympics,  The BRIT Awards, England football, the rugby Premiership, horse racing and snooker as well as major theatre performances and music events.
Chairman of Tickets For Troops Lord Marland said "Rob Hallett has been a generous supporter of Tickets For Troops over the last few years and it is with great delight that he has agreed to come on board. He has provided the charity with a tremendous amount of tickets and is this year, yet again, supporting the troops with events for around the country.”

The family-friendly summer music extravaganza is designed to suit music fans of all ages allowing troops to bring their friends and families to all the events. For further details go to www.aeglive.co.uk

GREEN HOWARDS MUSEUM

Hands-On with the Green Howards
Spring/Summer 2014

Thurs 1 May
Marvellous Medal-Making
Come and find out about military medals and have fun making your own - heroes and heroines welcome!
Richmond Library
Fun, Rhyme and Storytime Session, 3.45-4.30pm

6-8 May
Herstory – A project exploring the lives of army wives
Join us on this exciting project as we explore women’s experiences of army life over the last 150 years through artefacts, archives and interactive activities.
NCT Birth and Beyond Group, Catterick Garrison
For more details contact: call 07720 087912 or email Vivienne.schwartzberg@nct.org.uk

Thurs 5 June
Bang the Drum!
Join us for marvellous musical fun - find out about marching bands and make your own drum.
Richmond Library
Fun, Rhyme & Storytime Session 3.45-4.30pm

Thurs 12 June
Dotty Day and Museum Magic handling session
Get hands-on with original artefacts from the Green Howards Museum collections.
Richmond Library
Fun, Rhyme & Storytime Session 3.45-4.30pm

Sat 28 June
Flying Aces
Find out about the daring deeds of fighter pilots in the First World War, and make your own model biplane.
Colburn Library
10.30-11.30am

Sat 26 and Sun 27 July
Leyburn 1940s Weekend
Join us at our stand in the market place to make your own gas masks and knit ‘comforts’ for the troops.
10am-4pm

Weds 20 August
Postcards and Plum Puddings
Interactive workshop for children aged 6-11yrs inspired by the letters and postcards sent from  soldiers to  their families during the First World War.
Catterick Garrison Library
2.30-4pm

Sat 30 August
Make jam and mend
From food rationing to sock-knitting, find out about life at home during the First World War and join in with our wartime activities.
Oak Room, Thornborough Hall, Leyburn

11am-12.30pm

EVERY SKILLS PROJECT - ALBEMARLE BARRACKS


Sports Skills Project
     
Every Thursday from 8th May
5.30-7.00
Albemarle Sports Hall (in the Gym)

If you are aged from 8-16 years old, you are invited to join the Football Foundation for a fantastic FREE
Sports Skills Project here at Albemarle Barracks.

All young people from and connected to Albemarle Barracks are welcome to join us for our activity sessions, which will include warm-ups, team games and skills-building.

If your child would like to come, please bring them 15 minutes before the first session so that you can complete a registration and consent form. Participants must wear comfortable clothes and trainers, and bring a drink and a positive attitude for the session.



                                                                                

MINIS YOUTH CLUB

 Minis Youth Club

Every Wednesday
From Wednesday 7th May 2014
4.30-5.30
@ Albemarle Community Centre


Are you aged 5-7 years old? Would you like something to do on camp in the evening?

We are starting Minis Youth Club up, and you’re invited to join us!

The first night will be free so you can see what it is like.

Parents/carers: we can only run a Minis Youth Club up if we have helpers-if you are able to volunteer, please let me know beforehand-the session won’t be able to go ahead otherwise.

Lisa Robinson|Community Development Worker (CDW)
Albemarle Barracks|Newcastle-Upon-Tyne||NE15 0RF
Tel-Mil: 94723 3470 Civ: 0191 239 3470|Mobile: 07795 677393
Email: AWS-15X-cdw1-catterick@mod.uk Facebook: “Albemarle Barracks CDW”

PRINCIPAL TEACHERS - JOB VACANCY

Office Assistant - PRINCIPAL TEACHERS


Location:      Catterick Garrison
Salary:           Negotiable upon experience
Hours:           9.00am – 5.30 pm Term time only
Start:             Immediate start available


Job Description:

Office Assistant required for a busy teacher recruitment office in Colburn. We are looking for someone who is organised, efficient, and hardworking. They will have to be able to use their own initiative, whilst working within a small team, and have a flexible and positive attitude to work.

The Office assistant will provide administrative support to the other staff including answering telephone calls, inputting bookings, dealing with post and emails, filing, typing and taking responsibility for processing applications from potential teachers.


Applicants must have previous experience of working in an office. They must be computer literate and be very familiar and confident with Word, Excel and Outlook. Experience of working in recruitment is desirable, but training will be provided. 

If you are interested in the above position please send a copy of your CV to Victoria.brown@principalteachers.co.uk.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

FAMILIES LIFEWORKS

Families Lifeworks – Employment Support for Spouses

 RBLI Families Lifeworks provides a free employment support service for military spouses and partners


For details see this link http://www.rblilifeworksfamilies.co.uk/

JOINING FORCES


MHS - IN TOUCH PUBLICATION


NORTHUMBERLAND NEWS



08 April 2014


Author visits Ponteland library for World Book Night
Northumberland libraries are hosting high profile crime writer Mari Hannah in a special event to celebrate World Book Night at Ponteland library on Wednesday 23 April from 7 to 8.30 pm.
Mari will be coming to Ponteland library to discuss her latest crime novel ‘Monument to Murder’ and talk more about how she became a writer.   Mari Hannah turned to crime writing when an assault on duty ended her career as a Probation Officer.  She initially started with scriptwriting, before adapting her own BBC crime pilot in to a novel.
She has won both awards and critical acclaim; The Times newspaper described her services character DCI Kate Daniels as “a northerner set to join the roster of top literary detectives”.  All of Mari’s crime novels are set in the region.
Following Mari’s talks at the event there will be an informal book swap where people can bring a book they have enjoyed to share with others.  There will be an opportunity for book swappers to discuss what they enjoyed about the book they have chosen.
Councillor Val Tyler, policy board member for community infrastructure and culture said “I’m looking forward to as many people as possible coming along.  These events highlight the importance of reading, and the work our local libraries do to support our local communities”’
Tickets cost £2.  Please contact Ponteland library beforehand on  01661 823594, Ponteland library, Thornhill Road, Ponteland NE20 9PZ.
For more about the author, Mari has her own website www.marihannah.com; fans can also follow her on twitter @mariwriter.
For more information regarding World Book Night see:  www.wordbooknight.org and www.mylibrary.co.uk

Media contact:  Joan Turnbull, Communications Officer
Northumberland County Council
Tel: 01670 622413

Monday, April 7, 2014

TRANSITION


TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT

Training for Employment (Yorkshire) LLP is a not-for-profit Social Enterprise established in 2011 and operating mainly in the Yorkshire and the Humber areas. We specialise in helping economically inactive, unemployed and otherwise disadvantaged people into self-employment, through interactive workshops which are part-funded by grants.

We are currently planning to deliver Business Skills Workshops in the Catterick / Colburn area, following successful delivery in the spring of last year at Richmondshire Council’s premises at ‘innovate!’ in Colburn Business Park.

Training for Employment’s workshops cover aspects of Self-Employment such as:

              Business Planning               Internet Marketing                                 
              Financial Forecasting          Traditional Advertising
              Legal Matters                      Bookkeeping and Taxation

Please feel free to visit our website, where you can learn more about our organisation. Most of our business has been grant-funded for various projects, although we have worked closely with the DWP on its Enterprise Club programme, and have also had some commercial work. During our three years in business, we have helped well over 200 individuals in North and West Yorkshire into sustainable self-employment.

We would like to offer our workshops to Service personnel who may be leaving the Army or are facing redundancy due to cutbacks. We have also worked with parents who wish to set up a lifestyle business working from home, which allows them to have flexible working hours around their family commitments. This might be suitable for Army personnel, their families and civilians who may be facing a change in their lives.

If you would like to discuss anything about our organisation, please feel free to contact us. We would be quite happy to meet with you locally to talk about our services and experience.

Geoff Letby (Training Manager)

Friday, April 4, 2014

POLICE NOTICE - PROTECT YOUR HOME























ARE YOU CORRECTLY INSURED FOR THE CONTENTS IN YOUR HOME?

THE HIVE CAN PROVIDE YOU WITH DETAILS OF INSURANCE COMPANIES THAT SPECIALIZE IN MILITARY COVER.

ARMY RESERVISTS


FYLING SCHOOL NEWSLETTER


CATTERICK TOWN CENTRE GIVEN THE GO AHEAD

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Thursday, April 3, 2014

WALK FOR REMEMBRANCE





SPVA - WALES


JOB VACANCY

JOB VACANCY

The countryman's inn
South View
Hunton 
DL8 1PY


Situated 3.5 miles from the garrison we are looking for a cook or chef/housekeeper. Required to work 5 mornings from 7 making breakfast and cleaning a maximum of 5 bedrooms, toilets, bathrooms and public area's. Also required to assist chef in pubs kitchen 3 evenings per week 6pm to 9.30pm days to be arranged. The position is for a minimum of 25 hours per week but applicant must be able to work more as agreed to cover and help in busy periods. Hourly rate is £7.

If you require any further info please call me on 07768599534.

DISCOUNT HOTEL


Wednesday, April 2, 2014

WOMENS INSTITUTE (WI) CATTERICK GARRISON



CHEERSING


NCT - GREEN HOWARDS MUSEUM


SURE START CENTRE IN LEMINGTON


NATIONAL TRUST EVENTS


SUPERFAST BROADBAND

Superfast Broadband at Catterick Garrison

High-speed fibre broadband is now available to homes and businesses in the Catterick Garrison area. More than 3,500 local homes and businesses can now join the high-speed revolution and enjoy using the internet at super-fast speeds. A further 850 premises in the area are due to be enabled by the Autumn of this year.

Superfast North Yorkshire is a partnership between North Yorkshire County Council and BT. It builds on BT’s commercial roll-out of fibre broadband in the county so that 90 per cent of North Yorkshire’s homes and businesses will have access to fibre broadband by the end of 2014. This typically means speeds of between 25mbps and 80mbps.

Nothing happens automatically – people have to contact a service provider to check availability or to place an order. The network is open to all service providers so contact yours today to find out more or go to www.superfastnorthyorkshire.com.

NUTRITIONAL GUIDE

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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

COLBURN CHILDRENS CENTRE


JOB OPPORTUNITY


GREAT NORTH RUN


RICHMOND CHILDRENS CENTRE


Thursday, March 27, 2014

DISCOUNTS






SURE START CHILDRENS CENTRE - LEMINGTON


Tuesday, March 25, 2014

DISNEY DISCOUNT


Friday, March 21, 2014

AWS PROGRAMME - APRIL TO JULY

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HUNTON SCHOOL NEWSLETTER


TOUR DE FRANCE SPECIAL


THE ARMED FORCES COVENANT

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Thursday, March 20, 2014

TRANSITION EVENT


THEATRE EVENT


TOPCLIFFE TIMES

THE MARCH EDITION OF THE TOPCLIFFE TIMES. JUST CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE WHOLE DOCUMENT.