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Thursday, May 24, 2018

There But Not There: Funding for silhouettes to mark the 100 year anniversary of the WWI Armistice

The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust (AFCFT) will be opening a programme making small awards to communities who want to engage in remembrance activity but who may have a financial barrier to doing so. As part of their project communities will need to hold an event to bring people together to remember; and to think about the Armed Forces Community today.

As the centenary of the end of World War One approaches, communities across the United Kingdom are thinking about how they can commemorate and bring people together. This award scheme will help communities to access silhouettes that bring to mind those who went to war and did not return. These silhouettes can bring a community together through an event, to remember, and to think about the Armed Forces Community today.

The grant will be awarded to community organisations who need help to obtain silhouettes. Organisations can apply for up to 10 silhouettes. As part of the award, the organisation will hold a self-funded event to bring the local community together; involving the local Armed Forces Community.

A link to the pre application guidance is attached here:

Armistice and Armed Forces Communities Programme Pre Application Guidance


Posting Dates for Fathers' Day


NORTH YORKSHIRE POLICE SURVEY


Wednesday, May 23, 2018

LEYBURN PRIMARY SCHOOL VACANCY


DWP TOP TEN JOBS



SHORT COURSES FOR ADULTS





GOVERNMENT TAX FREE CHILDCARE (TFC) SCHEME


JOINT SERVICE HOUSING ADVICE OFFICE

JSHAO Housing Briefs

The MoD provides civilian housing information to members of the Armed Forces via the Joint Service Housing Advice Office (JSHAO). JSHAO is the MOD’s tri-service focal point providing Service personnel and their family members with pertinent information for those considering civilian accommodation at any time in their career, and for those during resettlement to assist with the transition to civilian life. The bulk of this information is via a 2-2½ hr presentation with 1-1 consults available.

An Independent Financial Mortgage Adviser who is a member of SIIAP (Services Insurance and Investment Advisory Panel) which is recognised by the MOD as supporting the Armed Forces (refer 2013DIN01-218), accompanies JSHAO at the briefings.

Each JSHAO briefing is notified on all HIVE blogs regardless of location to ensure maximum coverage to the Service community.

ARAMARK JOB VACANCIES - CLOSING DATE 1ST JUNE



Wednesday, May 16, 2018

MARCH OF THE TRACTORS, RIPON MARKET PLACE - 9TH JUNE

March of the Tractors @5.30 - 7.00pm
The popular 'March of the Tractors' will once again start at Newby Hall, following a route into Ripon centre and ending in the Market Place.
Shops, cafes and restaurants will stay open to mark the occasion.
The sounding of the Ripon Hornblower's horn will send the tractors on their way back to Newby Hall at 7pm.

CARS & BIKES RALLY, NEWBY HALL - 3RD JUNE


HESKETH FARM PARK - RIPON FAMILIES TRIP 31ST MAY


JSHAO HOUSING eLEARNING


Tuesday, May 15, 2018

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK













The Forces Network is broadcasting a week-long series of reports and interviews looking at mental health issues in forces communities.

Forces TV will show clips online taken from a recent interview with Prince Harry. He describes how his experiences in Afghanistan were the trigger to deal with his own mental health problems:
 “Not to get too personal but if you lose your mum at the age of 12 then you’ve got to deal with it.
 “…15, 17 years later, I still hadn’t dealt with it. Afghan was the moment ...”
Forces Radio BFBS is taking part in the Mental Health Minute, a nationwide initiative involving hundreds of radio stations across the UK simultaneously playing a one-minute message. The audio features famous voices talking about mental health and will be broadcast at 10.59am on Tuesday 15th May.

YORKSHIRE WARRIORS AT THE JOBCENTRE - 5TH & 26TH JUNE


COMMUNITY AWARDS 2018 - CLOSING DATE 4TH JUNE


JOB VACANCY - INTERVIEWS 6TH JUNE


EARLY YEARS CAREERS - 14th May to 25th May



FIND A JOB - NEW JOB SEARCHING SERVICE

Yesterday (14 May) saw the launch of Find a job, the new service that will help make job searching and recruitment simpler.
 
Benefits of the new service
The new Find a job service replaces Universal Jobmatch. It offers a simple way for jobseekers to look for work and for employers to post job adverts. It has:
  • a simple login process
  • an enhanced search function
  • a facility for jobseekers to upload and share their CVs whilst automatically recording onsite activity and job applications
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Help spread the word
If you are looking to advertise a vacancy, or simply have friends or family who are searching for a job or need help to recruit, tell them about Find a job.  It might just make their job search or recruitment that bit easier.
 
Please get in touch if you would like any advice or go to findajob.dwp.gov.uk/


CHILD SAFETY WEEK - MONDAY 4TH TO SUNDAY 10TH JUNE 2018






This year, Child Safety Week takes place between Monday 4th and Sunday 10th June 2018, with the theme "Safe children: together we've got this"


YOUNG PARENTS' GROUP


NATIONAL RURAL CRIME NETWORK SURVEY - CLOSING 10TH JUNE








Has crime gone up or down in North Yorkshire? Do you feel safer compared to last year? Has the new Rural Task Force made a difference?
This short survey takes minutes to fill in, and you can find it here - www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net


NORTH YORKSHIRE COMMUNITY MESSAGING








Most people who call at your home will be genuine. But sometimes, people turn up unannounced, with the intention of tricking their way into your home. They are known as 'bogus callers' or 'distraction burglars', whose only aim is to get into your home by distracting you to steal money or valuables.

Bogus callers sometimes work in pairs or even teams and are often well organised. One will distract you while the other searches the house for money or other valuables. They can be men, women or children (or often a combination). Watch out for anyone who says they are in a hurry. Don't let them pressure or confuse you.

CHARITY EVENING WITH SIMON WESTON OBE CBE - 7th September 2018







































Monday, May 14, 2018

SEXUAL HEALTH SUPPORT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE



AFF ADDITIONAL NEEDS SUPPORT GROUP


WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL & THE ARMED FORCES COVENANT
























Warwickshire County Council is launching 2 new e-learning modules on the Armed Forces Covenant. One is aimed at serving members of the Armed Forces and the other is aimed at families of serving members of the Armed Forces.

See the press release here for further information
Armed Forces Covenant Press Release


The e-learning is available via the MOD AFC microsite:
Forces Personnel e-learning
Forces Families e-learning


Keep up to date with future developments from Warwickshire County Council here https://www.facebook.com/WarwickshireCountyCouncil/

ARMY BASING PROGRAMME - LATEST INFORMATION





See latest updates from the Army Basing Programme at this link

ARMY BASING PROGRAMME ISSUE 8, APRIL 2018